Football.London have revealed that Tottenham have already earned €4.5m (£3.8m) for reaching the Group Stages of the Europa Conference League and have the chance to win prize money of just over €15m (£12.7m) if they go all the way.
Tottenham will begin their Group G campaign with a trip away to Rennes on Friday, with Dutch side Vitesse and Slovenian side NS Mura rounding out their group.
It is explained that the £3.8m Spurs have earned so far is more than any other team competing in the Conference League due to the North Londoners having the highest UEFA coefficient points in the competition.
The Lilywhites will receive €500,000 (£426,065) for every group stage win and €166,000 for a draw.
Additionally, they will earn an extra €600,000 (£511,278) for reaching the knockout stages, with €1m (£850,00) on offer for the quarter-finals, €2m (£1.7m) for the semis and €3m (£2,5m) for the final while the winner of the competition will get an extra €2m (£1.7m).
In comparison to the maximum of just over €15m (£12.7m) Spurs can earn in the Conference League this season, the prize money for going all the way in the Champions League stands at a whopping €89m (£75.8m).
Spurs Web Opinion
This massive financial chasm between the revenue from the Champions League and other European competitions is exactly why finishing in the top four is crucial for a club like Spurs. Given how much we have invested in the stadium, Daniel Levy will know that the club cannot afford to spend too much time in the Europan wilderness.
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