Liverpool will win £76.5million if they beat Real Madrid and win the Champions League on Saturday night.
However, Championship play-off finalists Fulham or Aston Villa will win almost £100million more if they win Saturday’s match and are promoted to the top flight.
Liverpool will win £76.5million if they beat Real Madrid and win the Champions League final
The club who comes out on top at Wembley will receive a whopping £167.9m.
Liverpool will receive £12.9m for participation in the group stage, £5.2m for a performance bonus for the group stage, £27.7m from market pool (TV income shared between all participating clubs), £5.3m for reaching the Round of 16, £5.7m from the quarter-finals, £6.6m from the semi-finals and £10m for finishing runners-up.
Premier League club will earn £3m less in £73.4m if they’re runners-up to retaining champions
They will receive an extra £3.1m for winning their sixth European Cup.
In comparison, Fulham or Aston Villa will receive £93.5m in the Premier League in the 2018-19 season and £74.4m in parachute payments if they are relegated straight back to the Championship.
After deducting parachute payments from previous seasons Fulham will overall receive £149.3m if they win the Championship play-off final, while Aston Villa will have £132.1m.
Championship play-off finalists Fulham or Aston Villa will win almost £100million more