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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Valencia will receive 803,385 euros for the Euro

Valencia will receive 803,385 euros for solidarity payments of Euro 2012 on Poland and Ukraine UEFA announced today, while Bayern Munich (GER), Real Madrid (ESP), Barcelona (ESP), Manchester City (ENG), Juventus (ITA) and Liverpool (ING) six clubs will benefit from these payments.

German Bayern will be the most perceived, with 3,095,393 euros, followed by Real Madrid (2,996,585?), Barcelona (2,210,202?), Manchester City (2,069,465?), Juventus (2023.
012?) and Liverpool (1,972,376?).

According to the Memorandum of Understanding signed last March by UEFA and the European Club Association (ECA) to offset the contribution of clubs to national teams, a total of 575 teams will receive payments from UEFA for this concept, figure
represents a substantial increase compared to the 180 who perceived amounts after Euro 2008 in Austria and Switzerland.

According to data provided by UEFA, the 100 million available for distribution to the clubs, a total of 40 have been reserved for entities released players for matches of the qualifying round and 60 for those who did
for the final tournament.

Clubs receive an equal amount from each party to each of his players dispute in qualifying, while during the final tournament entering a fixed amount for each day that the player is in the same, although this is calculated as
ranking clubs by FIFA for training compensation.

Other Premier League clubs will receive this revenue are Athletic Bilbao (570,965?), Osasuna (47,170?), Atletico Madrid (299,284?), Granada (16 771?), Malaga (450,135?), Rayo Vallecano (41,929
?), Deportivo (10,482?), Espanyol (16 771?), Mallorca (54,507?), Betis (4193?), Real Sociedad (20,964?), Zaragoza (717,385?) and Seville (720,768?).

France for Euro 2016, UEFA has set a target of 150 million euros distributed among clubs.

"We have witnessed a fantastic final tournament of the UEFA Europe this summer, and I am delighted that clubs can now also be associated with a successful event," said the UEFA president, Michel Platini.

For his part, President of the ECA, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was delighted that "the contribution of clubs to the success of UEFA EURO 2012 has been recognized and fairly rewarded by UEFA."

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