Sparta Prague received 8.77 million euros (about 205 million crowns) from the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) for participation and results in the Europa League group and in the opening round of the European Conference League playoffs. UEFA stated this in the annual report for the year 2021/22, which it published on the website on the occasion of the congress in Lisbon.
Champions League winner Real Madrid had the highest revenue in European cups, earning 133.7 million euros (3.13 billion crowns).
Last season, Sparta took third place in the Europa League group behind Lyon and Rangers, but overtook Bröndby Copenhagen and made it to the playoffs of the European Conference League. In it, Partizan Belgrade was not enough.
Slavia reached the quarter-finals from the European Conference League group, where they lost to Feyenoord Rotterdam. However, its income from UEFA was lower than its Prague rival, namely eight million euros (187 million crowns).
Jablonec also played in the same competition, taking third place in the group behind Alkmaar and Cluj. He surpassed only Denmark’s Randers and did not advance to the next stage. North Bohemia received 4.57 million euros (107 million crowns).
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