Liverpool have won the Champions League for the sixth time following their 2-0 victory over Tottenham in Madrid on Saturday, thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi.
Liverpool Champions League Prize Money
Liverpool's victory will see Klopp's men earn just under £17million for lifting the trophy – adding to the total they have already received over the course of the competition.
It is expected, the Anfield giants will receive around £66m in prize money for winning the Champions League.
Champions League sides share a prize fund of £1.73bn. The group stage is worth around £13.2m, with performance bonuses also paid out for each match that is won or lost.
A further £8.2m is earned by reaching the last-16, £9m for getting to the quarter-finals and £10.3m for making the last four.
Liverpool and Spurs both guaranteed themselves £12.9m by reaching the Champions League final.
That total is minus their split of the £260m market pool for TV revenue, or the co-efficient shares, which is dependent on their 10-year performance ranking.
It is estimated both Liverpool and Spurs will earn £31 from TV revenue after reaching the final.
Thus, Liverpool Champions League prize money will be around £97.5m from winning the competition this season.
Tottenham’s total prize money is only around £1m less than their Premier League rivals.
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