UEFA Nations League 2020 Prize Money

Nations League Prize Money

UEFA Nationas Leagues fixtures announced for 2020-21 competition. This year mostly matches held behind the close doors due to covid-19 pandemic. A big amount of money generated through tickets, which loos impossible with the rise of corona-cases in Europe. UEFA Nations League prize money 2020-21 mostly based on television rights and sponsorship this year.

The purse money for all clubs divided into four groups. According to reports, Nations League group (A) team will received the share of (€2.25 million) and winning team of the group received extra fees of (€2.25 million). Last year the winners of Nations League received (€6 million) and runner-up received (€4.50 million). Further information given below in the table how prize money distributed for the Nations League teams.

UEFA Nations League 2020-21 Prize Money

Summary

League A

League B

League C

League D

Solidarity Fees (All Group Teams)

Guaranteed Money (Original)

€1.5 million

€1 million

€750,000

€500,000

Increment (Increase)

€750,000

€500,000

€375,000

€250,000

Overall Fees  

€2.25 million

€1.5 million

€1.12 million

€750,000

Group Winning Team Bonus

Guaranteed Money (Original)

€1.5 million

€1 million

€750,000

€500,000

Increment (Increase)

€750,000

€500,000

€375,000

€250,000

Overall Fees  

€2.25 million

€1.5 million

€1.12 million

€750,000

Four Group Winners League A (Bonus)

Winners

€6 million

Runner-ups

€4.5 million

3rd Place Team

€3.5 million

4th Place Team

€2.5 million

According to these figures Nations League A team maximum earn (€10.5 million). All clubs received early bonus of based on (solidarity fees) €2.25 million in League A, League B teams received (€1.5 million), League C teams received (€1.125 million) and League D team received (€750,000).

All information regarding UEFA Nations League prize money 2020-21 collected from trusted sources. If there are changes made to the current league purse money for the clubs details updated here later. The winning team of Euro 2020 will received (€20 million) including base fees, group winning bonus, match winning bonus and final prize money (€10 million).