In the past, football was a game of the winner takes it all but things have changed in recent time as the loser also smiles at the bank.
Losing is not the end of the world and with the new UEFA rules, the loser will earn some money for their effort in the competition.
Earlier this season, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) announced a new Champions League prize sharing format. This new format offers more money to the winner of the competition more than the previous years.
This breakdown of 2020/21 Champions League earning format.
For reaching the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid will receive a whopping €12,000,000 including other bonuses for reaching the quarterfinals and knockout stages.
The winner of the Champions League will receive €18,000,000 while the runner-up will get €15,000,000.
Manchester City and Chelsea will fight for the Champions League title on May 29 at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium.
Winning the Champions League is the dream of every team, despite the huge money involved, both teams will fight to win the title to earn prestige.
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