CF: How much Milan will earn in revenue from their 2020-21 Europa League campaign

By Oliver Fisher -

With AC Milan’s Europa League campaign over for another season, some information has emerged regarding how much the Rossoneri earned in revenue from the competition.

Today, Calcioefinanza.it (via MilanLive) takes a look at Milan’s economic revenues in the 2020-21 Europa League. First of all, the club collected €5.99m in bonuses for participation in the competition (€2.92m) and historical ranking (€3.07m).

Then, there is €2.47m for results obtained in the group stage: four wins (worth €570,000 each) and a draw (worth €190k). The Rossoneri will get a €1m bonus for finishing first in Group H and an additional €500k for qualifying to the Round of 32 stage, with a further €1.1m coming for beating Red Star and making the last 16.

The total revenue therefore is €11.06m, but the market pool share is still missing which is currently not calculable given that UEFA have revised the figures downwards due to the Covid-19 emergency. The full sum collected should emerge towards the end of the season.

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2 Comments

  1. rivera says:

    Pioli’s days are nearing to an exit
    Pioli’s ACM can win but not win the important games
    ACM lost to Atalanta, Juve, Inter and the latest to Napoli
    very crucial games.
    Lets not forget todays Man Utd lose as well.
    When will Maldini and Massara make the big signings for CL? We wait in hope for another great ACM TEAM Maldini

    1. Joe101 says:

      they are not going to make any big signings as long as Gazidis and Elliot keep Massara and Maldini’s balls tied up in the basement

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