UEFA has set massive €510 million prize money for upcoming 2019-20 UEFA Europa League and this amount will be disturbed among the participating clubs of this event and also for the clubs appear in qualifying rounds. Here in this article we are going to guide you how UEFA generate $510 million and also unveil the system under which UEFA distribute this money among the emerging clubs of this tournament.
Manchester United after winning Europa League back in 2017 has earned huge €44.5 million prize money that also includes TV money (specifically for premier league teams). Manchester United has earned around €29,649,170 in terms of market pool money whereas €14.9 million awarded to them in performance based bonuses.
UEFA has gradually increased their prize money in recent few years as the prize money distributed by UEFA in 2018-19 season is 30% more in comparison to 2017-18 season. Let’s take in-depth look at Europa League Prize Money break down for all clubs.
UEFA Europa League 2019-20 Prize Money
UEFA has disturbed around €510 million for Europa League whereas this amount is further divided into two pots with ratio of 60:40. The pot A includes Fixed Amount Remittance whereas Pot B includes Market Pool Remittance.
Fixed Amount Remittance
Around €300 million is fixed for fixed amount payments and this money is divided among all the participating clubs of Europa League depends on the performances and finishing positions in this tournament.
UEFA has set around €210 million as market pool payments and these payments are divided according to the local TV Market (from which the club belong to). The clubs from England, Germany and Spain gets more TV Money whereas clubs from Belgium and Ukraine are awarded by small TV money.
|STAGE||Total Available For Performance Related Payments: (€239.8 million) + Market Pool: (€160m)|
|Qualifying & Playoffs||€215,000 for first qualifying round, €225,000 for second qualifying round, €220,00 for third and €235,000 for play-off losing teams who won’t qualify for group stages|
|Participation Bonus||€2.6 million (Guaranteed) for each 40 teams who play in the group stages|
|Performance Bonus||€570,000 for every win & €190,000 for a draw|
|Group Stage Bonus||€1 million to group winners and €500,000 for group runnerups|
|Round of 32||€500,000 for each of the 32 teams|
|Round of 16||€1.1 million for each of the 16 teams|
|Quarter-Finals||€1.5 million for each of the 8 teams|
|Semifinals||€2.4 million for each of the four semifinalists|
|Runnersup||€4.5 million for runners-up team|
|Winners||€4 million for winners|
The winning club of Europa League has earned around €20 to €24 million as a fixed amount highly depends on their performances. In addition to this the winning side also gets €15 to €20 million in terms of TV money or market share but it depends on the country from which clubs come from. Clubs from Germany and England gets more TV Money as if Arsenal wins Europa League they will earned around €40 to €45 million as prize money which includes €20 million as fixed amount and €20 to €25 million TV money.