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Serie A Prize Money

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Serie A 2019-20 season resume after three-four months long break due to corona-virus. Corona-virus pandemic effect the teams financial status as well as players salaries. Some teams players agree to have 70% pay-cut during the pandemic 2019-20 season while some team players offered 50% pay-cut for rest of the season. Serie A prize money distributed among clubs, the last report published in year 2015-16 season.

According to leaked report based on 2015-16 Serie A season prize money, Juventus earned (€123 million), Inter Milan received second highest share in the purse money (€94 million) and third place team, AS Roma received purse share upto (€92 million). Club received heavy funds on base of their popularity worldwide.

Italian Serie A 2019-20 Prize Money Table

Rank

Clubs

Equal Share

Overseas Rights

Historic Results

Overall Payments

1

Juventus

€30 million

€40 million

€6.5 million

€100 million

2

Inter Milan

€30 million

€40 million

€5.5 million

€87.3 million

3

AS Roma

€30 million

€40 million

€5 million

€87.2 million

4

Napoli

€30 million

€33 million

€4.6 million

€83.5 million

5

AC Milan

€30 million

€33 million

€5 million

€80 million

6

Lazio

€30 million

€32 million

€5 million

€79.5 million

7

Fiorentina

€30 million

€28 million

€3.1 million

€73 million

8

Sampdoria

€30 million

€24 million

€2.5 million

€57.6 million

9

Bologna

€30 million

€20 million

€2.5 million

€54 million

10

Torino

€30 million

€22 million

€3.6 million

€55.6 million

11

Genoa

€30 million

€22 million

€2.8 million

€62 million

12

Sassuolo

€30 million

€23 million

€2.3 million

€60 million

13

Udinese

€30 million

€24 million

€2.5 million

€59 million

14

Atlanta

€30 million

€24 million

€2.8 million

€56.8 million

15

Cagliari

€30 million

€25 million

€1.5 million

€56.5 million

16

Verona

€30 million

€20 million

€1.5 million

€51.5 million

17

Genoa

€30 million

€18 million

€1.2 million

€39.2 million

18

Leece

€30 million

€15 million

€0.7 million

€45.7 million

19

SPAL

€30 million

€15 million

€0.7 million

€45.7 million

20

Brescia

€30 million

€10 million

€0.5 million

€40.5 million

Big clubs, in Serie A received funds based on their matches coverage. TV rights play important role for clubs to generate revenue at the end of each season. In 2016, it was reported that Juventus, Napoli, AS Roma, Lazio, and AC Milan hold the expensive overseas rights. According to reported, data all of these big clubs received overseas rights money upto (€33 million).

Last year in 2018-19 season, Juventus overall earn €100 million from tv rights money including overseas, historic results and equal share. A sports magazine revealed, that clubs equal share is (€28.5 million) last year which is 10% more compare to 2017-18 season. The equal share might increase to (€35 million) but corona-virus pandemic, zero audience in last 8-10 fixtures of Serie A team changed all clubs financial status.

All information in the above table gathered from trusted sources. The prize money for teams might be differ, but more accurate data confirmed once the season winners and relegation teams details confirmed.

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