UEFA Champions League: See Prize Money for Chelsea, Man City

The European Football Association, UEFA will pay Chelsea £16.4million for winning this year’s UEFA Champions League ahead of Manchester City who came second.

The European top football governing body will also pay Man City £12.9million for losing the Champions League final to Chelsea, Express UK reports.

Chelsea defeated Man City 1-0 in the Champions League final on Saturday night in the Porto’s Estádio do Dragão stadium.

See the match stats below;

Man CityTEAM STATSChelsea
7Shots8
1Shots on target2
61%Possession39%
609Passes401
87%Pass accuracy80%
14Fouls13
2Yellow cards1
0Red cards0
1Offsides3
3Corners1

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Former RB Leibzig star, Kai Havertz scored the only goal of the match for Thomas Tuchel’s side.

Below is the full prize money’s breakdown for the 2020/21 Champions League

Winner: £16.4m

Runner-up: £12.9m

Semi-finals: £10.3m

Quarter-finals: £9m

Last 16: £8.2m

Group stage wins: £2.3m

Group stage draws: £770,000

Group stage: £13.2m.

Recall Bayern Munich won the UEFA Champions League trophy last year after beating PSG 1-0 in the final. The PSG side was then led by the present Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel.

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