Last July, UEFA revealed the prizes awarded to clubs that competed in the 2012/2013 editions of the UEFA Champions League (CL) and UEFA Europa League (EL).
In this context, we present an overview of the performance of the clubs that took part in these competitions between 2009/2010 and 2012/2013 (period after the process of UEFA Cup‘s rebranding).
The prizes awarded by UEFA to clubs that reach the group stage of the competition are based on the following points (2012/2013 amounts):
1.Participation bonus: the same for all clubs (8.6 million Euros in CL 12/13 and 1.3 million Euros in EL 12/13);
2.Performance bonus in the Group Stage: 1 million Euros per win and 500,000 for each draw in CL 12/13 and 200,000 per win and 100,000 for each tie in EL 12/13;
3.Market Pool: amount of the TV rights distributed according to the value of the television market of the club’s country of origin;
4.Place achieved in the Group Stage (only for EL): prize awarded to the 1st and 2nd placed teams of each group (400,000 Euros for the 1st placed and 200,000 Euros for the 2nd one in EL 12/13);
5.Round of 32 (only for EL): bonus for qualifying to this stage of the competition (200,000 Euros in EL 12/13);
6.Round of 16: bonus for qualifying to this stage of the competition (3.5 million Euros in CL 12/13 and 350,000 Euros in EL 12/13);
7.Quarter-finals: bonus for qualifying to this stage of the competition (3.9 million Euros in CL 12/13 and 450,000 Euros in EL 12/13);
8.Semi-finals: bonus for qualifying to this stage of the competition (4.9 million Euros in CL 12/13 and 1 million Euros in EL 12/13);
9.Runners-up: 6.5 million Euros in CL 12/13 and 2.5 million Euros in EL 12/13;
10.Winner: 10.5 million Euros in CL 12/13 and 5 million in EL 12/13;
11.We must also consider the Market Pool distributed to the teams that participated in EL by having reached the 3rd place in the group stage of the CL.
Thus, between 2009/10 and 2012/13, Chelsea was the club earning the largest amount (178 million Euros). In the Top 10 we can find three clubs from England (Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal), three from Italy (AC Milan, Internazionale and Juventus), two from Spain (Barcelona and Real Madrid) and two from Germany (Bayern Munchen and Borussia Dortmund). Regarding the Portuguese teams, FC Porto comes in the 17th place, SL Benfica in the 18th, SC Braga in the 42nd and Sporting CP in the 77th one.
In this period, 146 clubs from 34 countries took part in these competitions. When analyzing the bonus distribution by country, it turns out that England was the country raising the highest amount (647 million Euros) being represented by 11 clubs, followed by Spain with 560 million Euros and 10 clubs. Portugal comes in the 6th place with 161 million Euros and 7 clubs.
During these 4 seasons, UEFA distributed about 3,804 million Euros to the clubs that took part in the group stages and onwards of these competitions.
TOP 50 – CLUBS THAT RECEIVED MORE REVENUES FROM UEFA (09/10 to 12/13)
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REVENUES BY COUNTRY – All the participating teams between 09/10 and 12/13 (146 Clubs)
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