Italian Serie A 2021-22 Prize Money

Italian Serie A Prize MoneyLike some other leagues, Serie A is a professional league competition for football clubs located at the top of the Italian football league system. The 2021-22 Serie A is going to be the 120th season of top-tier Italian football. Twenty teams will compete in the league, the top seventeen teams who played the previous season and three teams promoted from Serie B. The top four teams in the Serie A qualify straight to the UEFA Champions League. The team finishing fifth, with the winner of the Coppa Italia, qualify for the UEFA Europa League tournament. FINALISSIMA TV SCHEDULE 2022 (ITALY VS ARGENTINA).

The Prize Money of the Serie A 2021-22 hasn’t been confirmed yet by officials. once the season winners and relegation teams details are confirmed then the accurate prize money for teams can be confirmed. Here is an estimation:

Club Position Prize Money
1 €23.4m
 2 €19.4m
 3 €16.8m
 4 €14.2m
 5 €12.5m
 6 €10.9m
 7 €9.3m
 8 €8.3m
 9 €7.4m
 10 €6.3m
 11 €5.5m
 12 €5m
 13 €4.6m
 14 €4.1m
 15 €3.6m
 16 €3.2m
 17 €2.8m
 18 €2.2m
 19 €1.6m
 20 €0.9m

Here’s the prize money list of Serie A 2019-20 given below:

Serie A Prize Money 

Rank Clubs Equal Share Overseas Rights Historic Results Overall Payments
1 Juventus €30 million €40 million €6.5 million €100 million
2 Inter Milan €30 million €40 million €5.5 million €87.3 million
3 AS Roma €30 million €40 million €5 million €87.2 million
4 Napoli €30 million €33 million €4.6 million €83.5 million
5 AC Milan €30 million €33 million €5 million €80 million
6 Lazio €30 million €32 million €5 million €79.5 million
7 Fiorentina €30 million €28 million €3.1 million €73 million
8 Sampdoria €30 million €24 million €2.5 million €57.6 million
9 Bologna €30 million €20 million €2.5 million €54 million
10 Torino €30 million €22 million €3.6 million €55.6 million
11 Genoa €30 million €22 million €2.8 million €62 million
12 Sassuolo €30 million €23 million €2.3 million €60 million
13 Udinese €30 million €24 million €2.5 million €59 million
14 Atlanta €30 million €24 million €2.8 million €56.8 million
15 Cagliari €30 million €25 million €1.5 million €56.5 million
16 Verona €30 million €20 million €1.5 million €51.5 million
17 Genoa €30 million €18 million €1.2 million €39.2 million
18 Leece €30 million €15 million €0.7 million €45.7 million
19 SPAL €30 million €15 million €0.7 million €45.7 million
20 Brescia €30 million €10 million €0.5 million €40.5 million

Like other Leagues, this one also has some equal share prize money along with the overseas Rights and historic results. Big clubs, in Serie A received funds based on their match coverage. TV rights play an important role for clubs to generate revenue at the end of each season. 20 teams all receive an equal share which will be fixed and distributed among them. Teams will also receive a number of overseas rights and depending on teams previous tournament teams will receive historic result prize money. The top five finishers are the ones who will benefit most from the prizes, but the others will also be able to get a good deal of revenue.

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