There is no doubt that competing in Champions League is a very important source of income for the clubs participating in it. The world’s top club-level competition not only involves rubbing shoulders with the biggest ones, it’s also synonymous with making a box.
In this sense, during the group phase, Bayern Munich it’s the one that took the palm. The Bavarian ensemble has invoiced approximately 82 million euros in this first round, being the team that benefited the most has come out of this distribution. The Germans have achieved a full session in the group stage by winning all their matches, which is why they are understood to be the ones who have done the most cash.
The second place in this ranking is occupied by Barcelona. The team led by Ernesto Valverde has achieved 81 million in this first round of the competition. Complete the podium JuventusWith 80 million. Don’t lag too far behind Manchester City (78 million admitted) and Liverpool (76 million). This data shows how important it is to take the group’s first position not only for the purposes of what you can touch in eighths (always a rival in looser theory than coming second), but also on economic issues.
This edition of the Champions League has, momentarily, provided a great source of income for the four Spanish teams. Barca have been the most entered, with the above 81 million; followed by Real Madrid, with 75 million; Atletico Madrid, 73 million; and finally, Valencia, with 55 million euros boxed. All four have the possibility to continue fattening their coffers, since they will be present in the eighth round of the competition.
The teams in the revenue queue are Lille, which has earned 27 million euros; Genk, 25 million; Lokomotiv Moscow, also 25; Red Star Belgrade, 20; and Slavia from Prague, which is the team that has earned the least revenue at this stage of Champions League groups, 18 million euros. A not inconsiderable amount to be the red lantern.