Europa League Prize Money 2019/20 Season
Europa League Prize Money 2019/20 – Breakdown & Distribution? What is the breakdown of UEFA Europa League prize money. UEFA Europa League Prize Money 2020? The Europa League is a knockout competition organised by UEFA since 1971. Clubs’ performance in their local leagues across Europe determine their participation. Winners and runners-ups usually take part in the higher pedigree competition which is the Champions League. This is the second-tier of the same tournament, previously known as the UEFA Cup.
UEFA has announced that a total of €500.8 million will be distributed among clubs participating in 2019-20 Europa League (that include clubs in qualifying round). We take a look at where do this €500.8m comes from and what system UEFA use to distribute the Europa League prize money.
Europa League Prize Money Distribution
The winners of the UEFA Europa League can earn up to €15 – €25 million depending on their performances. Plus they can earn another €10 to €30 million on market pool payment depending on the country the club comes from.
For example if Chelsea were to win the Europa League they can earn around €20 million from fixed amount portion and another €12 to €40 million (depending on the country the club comes from) in market pool taking their potential earnings from Europa League somewhere between €35m to €55 million if they were to win the competition.
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UEFA Europa League Prize Money Breakdown & Distribution
Similar 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 market. A similar logic can be applied for the Europa League as well. At least for this season.
For the 2019–19 season, the Europa League prize money for group stages awarded a base fee of €2.920,000. A victory in the group pays €570,000 and a draw €190,000. Also, each group winner earns €1,000,000 and each runner-up €500,000. Reaching the knock-out stage triggers additional bonuses: €500,000 for the round of 32, €1,100,000 for the round of 16, €1,500,000 for the quarter-finals and €2,400,000 for the semi-finals. The losing finalists receive €4,500,000 and the champions receive €8,500,000.
The winner of the tournament could walk away with upto €13- 15 million as prize money.
|Round of 16||16||€ 1,100,000|
|Round of 32||32||€ 500,000|
|Group winners||€ 1,000,000|
|Group runners-up||€ 500,000|
|Group match draw||€ 190,000|
|Group match victory||€ 570,000|
|Play-off round elimination||€ 300,000|
|Third qualifying round||€ 280,000|
|Second qualifying round||€ 260,000|
|First qualifying round||€ 240,000|
|Preliminary round||€ 220,000|
How much did Sevilla get for winning UEFA Europa League in 2020?
Sevilla FC have emerged as the proud winners of the 2019-20 UEFA Europa League campaign. This is the 49th season of the UEFA Europa League and Spanish club Sevilla won the title this year. The match was held on August 21, 2020 at the Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne, Germany. They were pitted against Serie A club Inter Milan and won by 3-2. Sevilla dominated the field with their 3–2 win. Due to their success at Europa League, they have a chance to face off with Bayern Munich at the UEFA Super Cup 2020, who are the current reigning champions of the UEFA Champions League. Sevilla have also qualified for the group stages for the next campaign of UEFA Champions League of 2020-21.
The Spanish club won their 6th UEFA Europa League title this year – making it a record for them. The other five times Sevilla won the Europa League title was in 2016, 2015, 2014, 2007 and 2006 – an impressive score. Read below to find the full list of Europa League previous since the start of 2000! It’s clear that Sevilla dominates most of the table.
Team With Most Europa League Trophies
Which teams are the best in the Europa League? Sevilla are the team with the most UEFA Europa League titles with a record of six trophies won in the years 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Sevilla won the trophy three times in a row from 2014 to 2016 it was then taken away from them by Manchester United. The La Liga giants retained that honour this year by putting away Antonio Conte’s Inter.
|Club||Winners||Runners-up||Years won||Years runner-up|
|Sevilla||6||0||2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2020||—|
|Liverpool||3||1||1973, 1976, 2001||2016|
|Juventus||3||1||1977, 1990, 1993||1995|
|Inter Milan||3||1||1991, 1994, 1998||1997|
|Atlético Madrid||3||0||2010, 2012, 2018||—|
|Borussia Mönchengladbach||2||2||1975, 1979||1973, 1980|
|Tottenham Hotspur||2||1||1972, 1984||1974|
|IFK Göteborg||2||0||1982, 1987||—|
|Real Madrid||2||0||1985, 1986||—|
|Zenit Saint Petersburg||1||0||2008||—|
Total Europa League League Purse Payout Explained
In the Europa League prize money, the net sum accessible to taking an interest clubs will be part into four unique columns:
- 25% will be distributed to the beginning expenses (€140m).
- 30% will be distributed to the exhibition related fixed sums (€168m).
- 15% will be dispersed based on ten-year execution based coefficient rankings (€84m).
- 30% will be dispensed to variable sums (showcase pool) (€168m).
Beginning Charges (€140m)
Every one of the 48 clubs that fit the bill for the gathering stage can hope to get a gathering stage assignment of €2.92m, split into an up front installment of €2.75m and a parity installment of €170,000.
Fixed Sums (€168m)
Gathering stage execution rewards will be paid for each match in the Europa League prize money: €570,000 per win and €190,000 per draw. Undistributed sums (€190,000 per draw) will be pooled and redistributed among the clubs playing in the gathering stage in sums proportionate to their number of wins.
The gathering victors can hope to get a capability reward of €1m each and the other participants €500,000 each.
The clubs that meet all requirements for the knockout stage can hope to get the accompanying sums:
In the round of 32; €500,000 each
As for the round of 16: €1.1m each
Capability for the quarter-finals: €1.5m each
Money for the semi-finals: €2.4m each
Winning it all for the last: €4.5m each
The UEFA Europa League champs can hope to gather an extra €4m.
Coefficient Positioning (€84m)
Another positioning was presented keep going season based on exhibitions over a ten-year time frame. Based on the new ten-year positioning, a positioning table has been set up and the aggregate sum of €84m has been separated into ‘coefficient shares’, every value €71,430. The least positioned group will get one offer (€71,430). One offer will be added to each position thus the most elevated positioned group will get 48 offers (€3.42m).
This positioning can be found on the official UEFA website!
Market Pool (€168m)
The assessed accessible measure of €168m will be appropriated by the relative estimation of every TV market spoke to by the clubs partaking in the UEFA Europa League (bunch organize onwards). The diverse pieces of the pie will be part among the clubs partaking from a given affiliation.
Within the Europa League prize money, the different sums dispersed from the market pool on a club-by-club premise rely upon five components:
- the genuine last sum in the market pool
- the structure of the field of clubs taking an interest in the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League
- the quantity of clubs from some random affiliation contending in the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League
- the consequences of each contending club in the past season’s household rivalries
- the exhibition of each club in the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League
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