Clubs benefit from Champions League revenue
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Clubs benefit from Champions League revenue

23 July 2012, Clubs in the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League shared €754.1m in participation, TV pool and performance-related revenue, Chelsea FC and FC Bayern München receiving the most.

A total  of €754.1m was distributed to clubs participating in the UEFA Champions League last season. The two teams which competed in the final in Munich, Chelsea FC and FC Bayern München, received the highest amounts.


Chelsea FC, who won the title after a penalty shoot-out at the Fußball Arena München in May, received €59.935m in payments from UEFA. This sum consisted of €29.9m in participation, match and performance bonuses in the group and knockout stages, including the final, as well as €30.035m from the television market pool. Bayern earned a total of €41.730m: €26.9m in participation, match and performance payments, and €14.830m from the TV market pool.

In addition, €9m went to Chelsea for their success in the final, while Bayern earned €5.6m as runners-up. Other clubs to earn substantial amounts from the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League were FC Barcelona (€40.550m), AC Milan (€39.864m), Real Madrid CF (€38.434m), Manchester United FC (€35.182m) and FC Internazionale Milano (€31.569m).

The €754.1m prize money allotted to the 32 teams who figured from the group stage onwards consisted of €413m in fixed amounts plus €341.1m from the market pool. All of the 32 participating clubs received a minimum €7.2m in accordance with the distribution system, comprising a participation bonus of €3.9m and €3.3m from the six €550,000 match bonuses given per group game.

Additionally, performance bonuses were paid in the group stage: sides received €800,000 for every win and €400,000 for every draw, with Madrid the only club to net the maximum €4.8m. The 16 clubs that reached the round of 16 were each assigned an additional €3m, the eight quarter-finalists an extra €3.3m, and the four semi-finalists a bonus of €4.2m.

Monies from the market pool were distributed according to the proportional value of the national TV market each individual team represented, among other factors, so the amounts given varied from country (or national association) to country.

Clubs which took part in the UEFA Champions League qualifying rounds also received solidarity payments – each domestic champion which did not qualify for the group stage received €200,000, while clubs who were eliminated in the three qualifying rounds received €130,000 for each round played, up to a maximum of €390,000. Each of the 20 teams involved in the play-off matches received a fixed amount of €2.1m, irrespective of the result of their ties. 


UEFA Europa League club payments



23 July 2012-  The 56 teams that participated in the 2011/12 UEFA Europa League received payments worth more than €150m as a result of UEFA's revenue distribution system.

UEFA distributed a total of €150.36m to teams playing in the UEFA Europa League last season.

The revenue generated by the centralised marketing of the UEFA Europa League was redistributed among the 48 clubs taking part from the group stage onwards, as well as the eight clubs that joined in the round of 32 after finishing third in their UEFA Champions League groups.




Club Atlético de Madrid, winners of the competition, earned themselves just over €10.5m after coming through the group and knockout stages to clinch the trophy with a fine 3-0 win over fellow Spanish outfit Athletic Club in Bucharest in May. Athletic Club received around €9.5m for their own splendid run.

Each of the 48 clubs in the group stage earned a participation bonus of €640,000, plus a bonus of €60,000 per group game played, which meant that every club received €1m, irrespective of their results. Performance bonuses amounted to €140,000 per win and €70,000 per draw for each club in the group stage. RSC Anderlecht were the only club to receive the full amount of €840,000 for a 100% record in their group programme.

Each participant in the round of 32 received an extra €200,000, with further progress being rewarded by payments of €300,000 for advancing to the round of 16, €400,000 for the quarter-finals and €700,000 for the semi-finals.

Atlético earned €3m for winning the final in Bucharest, and Athletic Club €2m. In addition, €60m in prize money came from the television market pool and was shared out according to a variety of factors, including the proportional value of an individual club's national TV market. Atlético received nearly €4.3m from the market pool and around €5.2m from participation, performance and match bonuses.

The remaining €30 million was divided into six pots, one for each round in the competition. These pots, increasing in size from the final (€1.2 million) to the group stage (€12 million), were then divided, depending on the value of the domestic markets, between the national associations represented in each round. For associations with more than one representative, the share of each pot was divided equally between the clubs concerned.

All the clubs that played in one or more of the 2011/12 UEFA Europa League qualifying rounds received €90,000 per round, ie a maximum of €270,000, whether they played in the group stage or not.

In addition, each club knocked out in the play-offs received €90,000





Teams entering in this round  

Teams advancing from previous round 

First qualifying round
(54 teams)

  • Cup-winner and second in league from countries ranked 52 and 53 (4 teams)
  • Second and third slots from countries ranked 33 to 51 (Except Liechtenstein) (36 teams)
  • Third in league from countries ranked 22 to 32 (11 teams)
  • Fair-play slots (3 teams)

Second qualifying round
(80 teams)

  • Cup-winner from countries ranked 33 to 51 (19 teams)
  • Cup-winner and second in league from countries ranked 28 to 32 (10 teams)
  • Second in league from countries ranked 22 to 27 (6 teams)
  • Second and third in league from countries ranked 19 to 21 (6 teams)
  • Third in league from countries ranked 16 to 18 (3 teams)
  • Forth in league from countries ranked 10 to 15 (6 teams)
  • Fifth in league from countries ranked 7 to 9 (3 teams)
  • 27 winners from first qualifying round

Third qualifying round
(70 teams)

  • Cup-winner from countries ranked 27 to 19 (9 teams)
  • Cup-winner and second in league from countries ranked 16 to 18 (6 teams)
  • Third in league from countries ranked 10 to 15 (5 teams)
  • Forth in league from countries ranked 7 to 9 (3 teams)
  • Fifth in league from countries ranked 4 to 6 (3 teams)
  • Sixth in league from countries ranked 1 to 3 (3 teams)
  • 40 winners from second qualifying round

Play-off round
(74 teams / 76 teams if title holder does not participate)

  • Cup-winner from countries ranked 15 to 10 (6 teams)
  • Cup-winner and third in league in countries ranked 7 to 9 (6 teams)
  • Cup-winner and forth in league in countries ranked 4 to 6 (6 teams)
  • Cup-winner and fifth in league in countries ranked 1 to 3 (6 teams)
  • 15 losers from Champions League third qualifications round
  • 35 winners from third qulifying round

Group stage
(48 teams)

  • 10 losers from Champions League play-off round
  • Title holder
  • 38 winners from play-off round

Knockout phase
(32 teams)

  • 8 third placed teams from Champions League group stage
  • 12 group winners from the group stage
  • 12 group runners-up from the group stage

Prize money

Similarly to the UEFA Champions League, the prize money received by the clubs is divided into fixed payments based on participation and results, and variable amounts that depend of the value of their TV marketing.

A group stage participation in the Europa League nets €640,000, with a €60,000 bonus per group match played. A victory in the group pays €140,000 and a draw €70,000. Reaching the knock-out matches triggers additional bonuses: €200,000 for the round of 32, €300,000 for the round of 16, €400,000 for the quarterfinals and €700,000 for the semifinals. The losing finalists receive €2 million and the champions get €3 million. In comparison, any team that reaches the UEFA Champions League group stage will be paid €3.9 million.

According to UEFA the fixed payments for the 2010/2011 UEFA Europa League season were as follows:


  • 1st qualifying round: €90,000
  • 2nd qualifying round: €90,000
  • 3rd qualifying round: €90,000
  • Playoffs: €90,000
  • Group stage: €640,000
  • For each match in group stage: €60,000
  • Group match victory: €140,000
  • Group match draw: €70,000
  • Round of 32: €200,000
  • Round of 16: €300,000
  • Quarter-finals: €400,000
  • Semi-finals: €700,000
  • Losing Finalist: €2,000,000
  • Winning the Final: €3,000,000
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