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.