CF: Milan way behind league rivals as UEFA pay out first batch of UCL revenue

By Isak Möller -

The first batch of revenue from the 2023-24 edition of the Champions League will be paid out by UEFA tomorrow. Compared to their league rivals, as highlighted by a report, AC Milan are way behind after the slow start to the group stage. 

Milan have managed just two draws and one defeat in the first three games, now with a mountain to climb in the final three, and this has also affected the revenue. As reported by Calcio e Finanza, they will get just €3.56m tomorrow, while Napoli (€12.4m), Inter (€9.93m) and Lazio (€8.83) will get significantly more.

This is not only because of the results in the group – a win is worth €2.8m and a draw €0.93m – but also their position in the 2022-23 season of Serie A. The higher you finish, the more you get from the so-called Market Pool which concerns TV rights.

In other words, Milan will collect €1.86m from the results and a mere €1.7m from the Market Pool. It goes to show how important it is to not just clinch a top-four finish in the league, even if there is a lot of other revenue involved in the tournament as well.

Tags AC Milan Champions League Intr Lazio Napoli


  1. Who cares about money?

    If we go out of the champions league that will be a sporting tragedy.

    Forget money. All we’ll do with it is spaf it away.

    Please can we stop making everything about money!

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