Arsenal and Chelsea’s Europa League prize money compared to Man Utd and Liverpool earnings | Football | Sport

There’s no doubt that the Gunners and Blues will wish they were participating in the Champions League this season.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp highlighted just how important the competition’s revenue is for spending on transfers.

There is quite a difference between prize money in the Europa League and the Champions League which again highlights the significance of finishing in the top four.

Express Sport is on hand to compare the earnings of the top six Premier League clubs from their European ventures.

Europa League prize money so far (without coefficient ranking money)

Qualification for the round of 32:

Additional £425,000 per club

Qualification for the round of 16:

Additional £0.94m per club

Qualification for the quarter-finals:

Additional £1.28m per club

Qualification for the semi-finals:

Additional £2.04m per club

Qualification for the final:

Additional £3.8m per club

Winners: Additional £3.41m

How much have Europa League sides earned so far?

Chelsea: £0.94m

The Blues have only just under £1m for their European ventures so far this season, that will increase to £1.28m should they see of Dynamo Kiev.

Arsenal: £0.94m

Arsenal’s Europa League hopes are hanging by a thread after their 3-1 defeat to Rennes.

If they overturn the scoreline, they will land an extra £340,000.

Champions League prize money so far (without coefficient ranking money)

Qualification for the round of 16:

Additional £8.3m per club

Qualification for the quarter-finals:

Additional £9.2m per club

Qualification for the semi-finals:

Additional £10.5m per club

Qualification for the final:

Additional £13.2m per club

Winners:

Additional £3.5m

How much have Premier League sides earned so far?

Manchester United: £9.2m

Having pulled off a stunning comeback to beat Paris Saint-Germain, United have landed themselves £9.2m, which will of course increase should they reach the semi-finals.

Liverpool: £9.2m

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool landed themselves £9.2m after their 3-1 win over Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.

Tottenham: £9.2m

Tottenham’s comfortable victory over Borussia Dortmund netted them £9.2m, which Mauricio Pochettino will be keen to use towards summer transfers.

Manchester City: £9.2m

Manchester City thumped Schalke 7-0 on Tuesday to earn a further £9.2m like United and Spurs.

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