Real Madrid not top earning dogs for Uefa Champions League

Real Madrid not top earning dogs for Uefa Champions League

Valencia - Juventus live: Champions League 2018/19

Beaten finalists Juventus emerged as the biggest cash winners from last season's Champions League after securing 110.4 million euros ($130.3 million) in prize money and revenue, European football's governing body Uefa said on Friday.

Real Madrid third highest Champions League revenue

Leicester City remarkably edged eventual title-winners Real Madrid, with their run to the quarter-finals earning the club 81.6 million euros, largely because the 2015-16 English champions had a bigger share of broadcasting rights money. Zinedine Zidane's Madrid, who lifted their second consecutive Champions League title, received just over 81 million euros.

Manchester City collected 50.2 million euros and Tottenham Hotspur earned 43.2 million euros despite the North London club's early exit in the group stages.

More important than money | Real Madrid's French coach Zinedine Zidane holds the trophy after Real Madrid won the 2017 Uefa Champions League.

A 50 million euros pool was shared by 20 clubs that took part in the playoffs. Ten clubs that qualified for the Champions League group stage received 2 million euros each, while 10 other sides that joined the Europa League group stage collected 3 million euros each.

TV deals drive earnings

Each club in the Champions League group stage were guaranteed a minimum payment of 12.7 million euros, with broadcasting revenue divided according to the television market in each country.

Last season's Europa League winners Manchester United secured 44.5 million euros of payments, while runners-up Ajax Amsterdam received 16.1 million euros, largely on the back of a less lucrative television deal for the Dutch teams.

Team Earnings
Juventus 110,434,000
Leicester 81,681,000
Real Madrid 81,051,000
Nápoles 66,009,000
Mónaco 64,685,000
Arsenal 64,573,000
Atlético de Madrid 60,615,000
Barcelona 59,847,000
PSG 55,313,000
Bayern 54,762,000
Dortmund 52,825,000
Manchester City 50,204,000
Tottenham 43,280,000
Lyon 38,613,000
Leverkusen 38,593,000
Copenhague 34,098,000
Besiktas 33,795,000
Sevilla 32,880,000
Celtic 31,740,000
Benfica 28,540,000
Legia Varsovia 27,228,000
Moenchendgladbach 26,603,000
PSV 22,986,000
Rostov 20,448,000
Ludogorets 18,752,000
Dinamo Kiev 18,682,000
Sporting de Portugal 18,180,000
CSKA 17,899,000
Brujas 17,047,000
Dinamo Zagreb 16,982,000
Basilea 16,268,000
Total 110,434,000


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