How much do teams make for playing in the Europa League?

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The Europa League appears to have been gathering momentum as many clubs now put more seriousness into the second-tier European club competition.

From the recent financial incentives, it offers, to clubs that couldn’t make it into the Champions League stage endeavor to at least be in this competition to enjoy the piece of the big pie – a pay package that could earn clubs a small fortune if they progress through the rounds.

Europa League trophy

With a team qualifying for the Champions League earning around 50 million Euros, the Europa League has now continued to provide plenty of drama as high-profile teams battle it out for silverware.

What are the incentives clubs get for qualifying?

According to the available facts, clubs that made it to the group state the ongoing 2019–20 season of the Europa League were awarded a base fee of €2,920,000. For each win, a club makes €570,000 and €190,000 for a draw in the group stage. The group winners pocketed €1,000,000 each while the runners-up earned €500,000.

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Available research also showed that the Europa League and the 2018 UEFA Super Cup are estimated at around €3.25bn as of June 2018, the stock of the competition rises each year, and clubs participating in it will be smiling to the back with additional cash every season.

This is because UEFA makes his total revenue which is over €3.bn from the selling of broadcasting and commercial rights to partners worldwide for the various club and national team competitions. The bulk of the money which is about 74% is distributed to the participating clubs and associations.

So, this is more reason why clubs scramble for top positions on the logs of their respective league as missing European action could affect the fortune of such club.

Previous winners of Europa League

2018-2019Chelsea
2017-2018Atlético Madrid
2016-2017Manchester United
2015-2016Sevilla FC
2014-2015Sevilla FC
2013-2014Sevilla FC
2012-2013Chelsea
2011-2012Atlético Madrid
2010-2011FC Porto
2009-2010Atlético Madrid
2008-2009Shakhtar Donetsk
2007-2008FC Zenit
2006-2007Sevilla FC
2005-2006Sevilla FC
2004-2005CSKA Moscow
2003-2004Valencia CF
2002-2003FC Porto
2001-2002Feyenoord
2000-2001Liverpool
1999-2000Galatasaray
1998-1999Parma
1997-1998Internazionale
1996-1997FC Schalke 04
1995-1996FC Bayern Munich
1994-1995Parma
1993-1994Internazionale
1992-1993Juventus
1991-1992Ajax
1990-1991Internazionale
1989-1990Juventus
1988-1989Napoli
1987-1988Bayer 04 Leverkusen
1986-1987IFK Göteborg
1985-1986Real Madrid
1984-1985Real Madrid
1983-1984Tottenham Hotspur
1982-1983Anderlecht
1981-1982IFK Göteborg
1980-1981Ipswich Town
1979-1980Eintracht Frankfurt
1978-1979Borussia M’gladbach
1977-1978PSV
1976-1977Juventus
1975-1976Liverpool
1974-1975Borussia M’gladbach
1973-1974Feyenoord
1972-1973Liverpool
1971-1972Tottenham Hotspur
1970-1971Leeds United
1969-1970Arsenal
1968-1969Newcastle United
1967-1968Leeds United
1966-1967Dinamo Zagreb
1965-1966FC Barcelona
1964-1965Ferencváros
1963-1964Real Zaragoza
1962-1963Valencia CF
1961-1962Valencia CF
1960-1961AS Roma
1958-1960FC Barcelona
1955-1958FC Barcelona

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