The Uefa Champions League group stage is set to begin today night with several top tier clubs set to take on each other as they look to qualify for the round of 16. However, the huge amounts the clubs playing the Champions League has finally been revealed. Clubs that quality for the tournament are paid huge tokens of money as a reward for participating in the Champions League.
UEFA spends quite a large amount capital investing in the tournament, only four teams from each of the top leagues in Europe qualify for the elite league, upon qualification, the clubs receive a certain amount of money paid by Uefa. This season, four English Premier League clubs have qualified for the Champions League with Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea all in the mix.
After the group stage games are done, Uefa will conduct another draw for teams that quality for the round of 16, again clubs that quality for this round are paid off quite some money. Then comes the quarter finals, the semi finals and then the finals. All the clubs that quality for these stages of the tournament are paid for each stage. Then the winner of the Uefa Champions League is also paid. The winner then plays in the Uefa Super Cup against the Europa League winer, again the team that wins is paid off.
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