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Champions League 2024 prize money: How much are Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund battling for?

LIFTING the Champions League trophy is one thing – but the prize money that comes with it makes winning the title much sweeter.

Rodri’s 68th minute low-driven strike fired Manchester City to their first Champions League triumph in a gruelling 2023 final.

The Times

Rodri fired Man City to the Champions League title last season[/caption]

And as a result, Pep Guardiola‘s side took home £17.1 million just from winning the final alone but £85m as a whole including group stages and television rights.

But City won’t be retaining their title this season as they were knocked out by Real Madrid on penalties in a thrilling semi-final.

This means the prize money will be going to Real Madrid or Borussia Dortmund who go head-to-head in the Wembley showpiece.

Find out how much cash is up for grabs.

What is the Champions League 2024 prize money?

This year’s Champions League prize pot has a total purse of approximately £2.19 billion.

But the winning club will earn around £17m just for the final – the same as last year.

Here is the breakdown of the prize down without television bonuses:

  • Winners: £17m
  • Runners-up: £12.9m
  • Semi-finals: £10.4m
  • Quarter-finals £8.8m
  • Round of 16: £8m
  • Group stage victory: £2.3m
  • Group stage draw: £780k
  • Group stages: £13m
  • Play-off round: £4.4m

When is the Champions League 2024 final?

  • The Champions League final will take place on Saturday, June 1.
  • Kick off will be at 8 pm BST.
  • Wembley Stadium will host the huge match between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
  • Manchester City beat Inter Milan in last year’s final.

What’s been said?

Borussia Dortmund coach, Edin Terzic said: “It’s almost surreal. I think in the grand scheme of things we deserved to reach the final.

“I know we won’t be favourites and it will be extremely difficult. But it’s just one match and, over the course of one game, anything is possible. We’ve proven that already.”

Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti said pre-match: “It’s almost surreal. I think in the grand scheme of things we deserved to reach the final.

“I know we won’t be favourites and it will be extremely difficult. But it’s just one match and, over the course of one game, anything is possible. We’ve proven that already.”

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