The UEFA Champions League is making a much awaited return this month as the remaining clubs in the elite competition gear up to fight for European glory.
A staggering £1.7 billion to be shared between competing clubs as the prize money in this season’s tournament. Around £890 million of that total to be split into fixed amounts depending on how well sides perform in the tournament.
Here's how much every remaining team in the Champions League can earn from the competition this season....
Prize money accumulates as the rounds progress
Reaching the group stages: £12.4m
Reaching the round of 16: £7.9m
Reaching the quarter-finals: £8.7m
Reaching the semi-finals: £10m
Reaching the final: £12.4m
Winning the final: £3.3m
Total for winning Champions League: £54.7m
£2.2m per group stage win
£0.8m per group stage draw
The Champions League officially returns on Friday 7th August 2020.
Some second legs of the round of 16 ties are yet to be completed, with those scheduled to be played in the opening weekend of the tournament's resumption.
From then, the knockout round will be played with one leg, meaning the quarter-final teams will be just two games away from a place in the final of the extraordinary campaign this season.
The competition will draw to a close with the Champions League final scheduled to be played on Sunday 23rd August.