CF: Win against Lazio secures €30m+ in revenues for Milan – the breakdown

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan secured a second straight season of Champions League football with their win over Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico last night, and in turn also ensured a nice boost to the budget.

Calcio e Finanza report that qualifying for Europe’s major club competition is worth at least €30m to the Rossoneri. UEFA will distribute a total of €2bn to the clubs who will participate in the UCL over the next three years, with the figure divided as follows:

– 25% of the total is allocated to starting fees (€500.5m euros compared to €488m in 2018/21), equal to €15.64m euros for each club

– 30% is allocated to the amounts relating to the services (€600.6m compared to the €585m of the previous three-year period)

– 30% will be assigned on the basis of the ten-year coefficient of performance ranking (€600m compared to the previous €585m)

– The remaining 15% relates to the variable portions of the market pool (€300.3m compared to the previous 292)

That means Milan are guaranteed to collect €15.64m just for being in the Champions League, and even if they finish fourth place in the group and suffer elimination then they will get €5m.

Then there is a share linked to the historical ranking which will be added and in the 2021-22 edition Milan got €17m, but it depends on who else qualifies. Ticket and matchday revenues for the three home games of the groups will have to be added and the stadiums will return to 100%.

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