GdS: How UCL prize money is divided and how much Milan, Inter and Juventus have earned

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan will collect less than Juventus but more than Inter for participation in the Champions League in the upcoming season, a report has revealed.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport takes a look at the upcoming edition of Europe’s richest club competition, noting that Juventus will earn the most of any Serie A club as they will collect €50m for their participation in the groups alone.

Napoli will get €40.1m, while Milan and Inter are at €37.2m and €36.4m respectively. The size of the revenue will give a big hand to the accounts of each club and it could grow even more in the event of passing the group stages.

The total amount made available to the 32 clubs for the 2021-24 period is €2bn, divided as follows: €500m in participation, €300m for the market pool, €600m that is results-based and €600m for historical ranking.

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