Champions League: FC Bayern already has 89.1 million to UEFA

Bayern Munich has already ensured 89.1 million to premiums of the European Football Union (UEFA) by entering the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

At the end of the season, the revenue from the so-called market pool come. In addition, the German football record champion was posted on Tuesday for the third time in this season in the royal class audience revenue: these amount to about six million euros so far.

After the impressive 7: 1 against Salzburg, FC Bayern secured himself alone for the entry into the quarter-finals 10.6 million euros. The semi-final participation lasted 12.5 million euros. As a finalist, the Munich would have 15.5 million euros, as Champions League winner once again 4.5 million euros.

The previous UEFA revenues share as follows: 9.6 million for the secondary final, 2.8 million for each of the six victories in the preliminary round (16.8), entry fee of 15.64 million, also 36.46 Millions of euros for the European Cup performance of the past ten years.

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From the market pool, Bayern will benefit this year, as the three national competitors Borussia Dortmund, VfL Wolfsburg and RB Leipzig failed in the group stage. In the 2019/2020 season, the Munich had maintained almost 13 million euros as Champions League winners from the market pool. However, Lipzig also managed to jump into the semi-finals.

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