Despite the exit from the Champions League semi-finals after losing to Chelsea, in the aggregate of the home and away matches; Real Madrid received record income from their participation in this season’s edition of the most expensive club tournament.
According to the Spanish newspaper “AS” ( AS ), the royal club got about 113 million euros, which is more than what the team has earned in recent years, including years that have seen it crowned the title.
The royal club earned about 92.42 million euros, including the reward for participating in the tournament, and rewards related to the team’s results and its progress in each round of the competition.
In addition to those profits, the revenues of television broadcasting, as the European Football Association (UEFA) divides 292 million euros according to the importance of the local tournament, and Spanish clubs share about 20% of this figure, or about 58.4 million euros, and the Real got 21.4 million euros of it.
With more than 113 million euros, Real Madrid received higher incomes than previous years, as it received 80 million euros in 2016, 80 million in 2017, and 88.6 million in 2018.
The numbers for this season remain temporary, in light of reports that UEFA is seeking to deduct 4% of club revenues, starting this season, for a period of 4 seasons, to overcome the effects of the Corona pandemic