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The biggest match in European club football pits Premier League champions Manchester City against Inter Milan in the 2022/23 Champions League final.

The clash in Istanbul will confirm the champions of Europe, with City pushing for a first-ever Champions League title, and Inter through to the final for the first time since 2010.

However, the most famous trophy in European football is not the only reward for the winner, with UEFA also offering a major financial bonus to the champions.

Current estimates indicate the 2022/23 champions will receive a cash windfall of £17.2m/$21.3m; the Sporting News explains here.

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How much does the Champions League 2023 winner earn? 

The Champions League 2023 winning team will pocket £17.2m/$21.3m for winning the final, with the runner-up receiving £13.4m/$16.5m.

This figure does not include the amount accumulated during the tournament, with prizes of £2.4m/$3m for each group stage win and £800,000/$992,000 for each draw in the group stage. 

Ahead of the final, City’s estimated UEFA prize pot stands at £11.1m/$13.8m, with Inter on £8m/$9.9m, Based on the past 10 years, including extra money awarded based on UEFA co-efficient, City have picked up £24.2m/$30m and Inter have received £13.6/$16.8m

The money earned for winning the Champions League also extends into next season via qualification for 2023 European Super Cup, the 2023 Club World Cup and the 2025 Club World Cup, with each tournament offering major financial bonuses from UEFA and FIFA.

Based on the 2022 figures, the European Super Cup runners up received £3.2m/$4m, with £5m/$5.3m for the winner.

In addition, the teams involved also receive 25% of the money collected from the sale of tickets for the match.



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