Champions League prize money: How much will Man City earn if they win the trophy?

All you need to know as Manchester City lock horns with Real Madrid over two legs as the pair look to reach the Champions League final

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Manchester City are hoping that this is the year that they can finally win the Champions League. Pep Guardiola’s side have their sights firmly set on winning a historic treble this season.

They are top of the Premier League table above Arsenal at the moment after beating Leeds United at the Etihad Stadium last time out. The North West club are also in the FA Cup final already and will take on bitter rivals Manchester United at Wembley.

Current holders Real Madrid lie between City and the Champions League final this time around. They knocked them out last year so Guardiola’s men will be out for revenge as they look to win the competition for the first time in their history.

Champions League prize money for 2022/23

2022 champions Real Madrid took home €83.2 million (£7.4m) following their Champions League win as well as an additional €4.5 million (£3.9m) for winning the UEFA Super Cup in August. This year, a team winning the entire competition as well as a perfect group stage performance would earn €85.14 million.

Prize money:

  • Winner: €20m
  • Runner-up: €15.5m
  • Semi-finalists: €12.5m
  • Quarter-finalists: €10.6m
  • Round of 16: €9.6m
  • Group-stage wins: €2.8m
  • Group-stage draws: €930k
  • Reaching the group stage: €15.64m

When are remaining UCL fixtures for 2022/23?

  • Tuesday 9th May: Real Madrid vs Man City - 8pm
  • Wednesday 10th May: AC Milan vs Inter Milan - 8pm
  • Tuesday 16th May: Inter Milan vs AC Milan - 8pm
  • Wednesday 17th May: Man City vs Real Madrid - 8pm

The final will then take place on Saturday 10th June with kick-off scheduled for 8pm BST at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Turkey, home of Turkish Super Lig side Fatih Karagümrük, who are managed by Italian football legend Andrea Pirlo.

What has been said ahead of Real Madrid vs Manchester City?

City boss Guardiola has said: “We arrived here last season with encouragement to get to the final. We played really good in both games. But it was not enough.

“But what happened in the past is the past. We are not here for revenge. It’s just another opportunity. As much as we are here, one day we will get it. One day we will reach the final and we will win it. We come here to do this this season.

“Last season we also came here to reach the final and win it. But it didn’t happen because we played against Real Madrid and in this competition they know exactly what they have to do. As much as we play against them or the other top teams in Europe, much closer we will be.”

Real Madrid vs Manchester City injury latest

City will be without defender Nathan Ake after he sustained an injury against Leeds last time out. However, apart from that, they have a clean bill of health which is a boost.

As for Real Madrid, Dani Ceballos and Ferland Mendy are both sidelined which is a blow for Carlo Ancelotti’s outfit. Experienced midfielder Luka Modric is also a doubt and will have to be assessed ahead of the first leg.