Coppa Italia Prize Money 2020
Italian FA has confirmed the prize money for the 2020 Coppa Italia and 2020 winners of will pocket around €1.3 million. The team who comes second, aka runners up of the Coppa Italia Prize Money get €400,000 in prize money.
2020 Italian Kings Cup Football Prize Money
Italian Kings Cup has very little money on who gets how much prize money. In fact except for the winner and the finalist we do not really know for sure who earns how much from playing the Coppa Italia.
- Winners: (£1.3 million In prize money) + tv revenue and gate receipts
- Runner-ups:(£400,000 in prize money) + tv revenue and gate receipts
Here is how the prize money in Coppa Italia is distributed starting from the qualifying preliminary rounds to all the way till final. Statistics below shows way most of serie A clubs don’t bother turning up for the Coppa Italia.
Coppa Italia 2020 Prize Money Breakdown Round by Round
Unfortunately for the fans, the Coppa Italia prize money seekers, we will not be able to give this break down. However, the FA Cup is in practice, culture, history and the funding is pretty similar to that of the FA Cup. Hence, if you want a close about idea of what the teams in Copa earn, you can check the FA Cup break down! Remember, the FA is slightly higher up in terms of finances so the teams in Copa will be earning a little less – but not too much less.
So what happens in the FA Cup prize money break down – Starting with the very early qualification rounds FA award a certain amount of money to winners of each round. There are two preliminary rounds, 4 qualifying rounds, 6 FA Cup proper rounds plus semifinal and final each year and following tables show how much money is awarded to teams for winning ties in each round.
2020 Coppa Italia prize money for each round
This is how much the FA Cup teams earn so you can relate:
|1st Preliminary Round||184||£1,500|
|2nd Preliminary Round||160||£1,925|
|1st Qualifying Round||116||£3,000|
|2nd Qualifying Round||80||£4,500|
|3rd Qualifying Round||40||£7,500|
|4th Qualifying Round||32||£12,500|
|Coppa Italia – Round 1||40||£18,000|
|Coppa Italia – Round 2||20||£27,000|
|Coppa Italia – Round 3||32||£67,500|
|Coppa Italia – Round 4||16||£90,000|
|Coppa Italia – Round 5||8||£180,000|
|Coppa Italia – Round 6||4||£360,000|
How much Coppa Italia is worth?
As far as top Italian teams are concerned winning Coppa Italia only means prestige and honor because for top serie A teams the prize money and financial rewards of playing or Winning Coppa Italia is just a change compared to what they make in the league or champions league.
For example Juventus won the Coppa Italia two years ago and they made around £2.5 million from their Coppa Italia win but compared that to their Italian League (£78million) or Champions League (£25million) earnings and you will see Coppa Italia financial rewards are just a change for the clubs.
Having said that Coppa Italia represents huge financial possibilities for clubs in lower leagues. So Coppa Italia represent a good value for money as far as lower league teams are concerned.
Coppa Italia Television Fees Breakdown
Clubs are awarded a certain fee for every time their match is broadcasted live in Spain However, yet again no details for this has been revealed.
Gate Receipt Revenue Share
Italian FA has installed a good system where both home and away teams for every tie of Coppa Italia get 45% of gate receipt revenue each. So if a lower league team hit a jackpot and they are drawn against a top league side away they make more money from that away game than their entire season (or in some cases several season.
It pretty much happens as same as in the English FA Cup where big teams play small teams as well. A good example would be when Cambridge United took United to a replay at Old Trafford, although they lost the game 3-0 but they earned a massive fortune with 45% share of gate receipt which was reportedly around £1.2 million.