After being crowned champions yesterday evening, Roma’s final tally of prize money earned from the UEFA Conference League is in.
The Giallorossi earned nearly €20 million in UEFA prize money after winning the competition and securing their first European title after beating Feyenoord 1-0.
The capital club benefitted tremendously from being the only Italian club in the competition, which earned them 100% of the country’s market pool worth €4.36 million. In addition, their strong ten-year UEFA coefficient resulted in Roma earning the thied largest share (€1.34) of the €23.5 million pot shared amongst participating clubs.
Although the prize money pales in comparison to the Champions League, Roma still earned an important figure totaling €19.63 million in prize money from UEFA.
|Group Stage||€5.75 million|
|Per victory (x4)||€500,000|
|Per draw (x1)||€166,000|
|Knockout Stage||€8.90 million|
|Round of 32||€300,000|
|Round of 16||€600,000|
|UEFA Coefficient Shares Pool||€1.34m|