Tottenham qualified for the Champions League last season with a third placed finish in the Premier League.
Every team playing in Europe’s top competition this year will receive a bumper rise in prize money.
UEFA have actually announced a huge 38% rise in rewards.
1.95bn Euros will be shared between the 32 teams, depending on starting fees, coefficient ranking, market pool and performance-related fixed amounts.
25 per cent will be allocated to the starting fees (€488m)
30 per cent will be distributed on the basis of ten-year performance-based coefficient rankings (€585m)
15 per cent will be allocated to the variable amounts (market pool) (€292m)
30 per cent will be allocated to the performance-related fixed amounts (€585m)
Each team in the group stage will receive a guaranteed 15.25 million Euros.
The teams will then be given an extra 1.108m Euros for each of their coefficient shares. The 32nd placed team in the coefficient rankings will receive one share, 31st place will get two shares, and so on.
Tottenham will likely be placed around 15th, giving them 18 million Euros or so.
Spurs will also receive 20% of the Premier League team’s TV money, but it is unclear what proportion of the market pool that Prem teams will get.
In addition to these guaranteed payments, extra money will be given out depending on Spurs’ finish in the competition.
Clubs that make it into the last 16 will pocket €9.5million, while quarter-finalists will pocket €10.5million, semi-finalists €12million, finalists €15million and winners €19million.
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