The Bundesliga clubs around FC Bayern Munich can reckon with compensation payments of UEFA for the completion of their professionals to the national teams.
As the Football Continental Association announced, 140 million euros will be paid to the associations in Germany for the EM-finals 2024 in Germany and thus ten million euros more than after the final round last summer. Another 100 million euros are to play for exhibitions of the Nations League in June and September as well as the 2023 following EM qualifying parties.
In the past cycle, German clubs had cashed a total of € 27.787 million from UEFA. Leaders with most exhibitions was Rekordmeister FC Bayern Munich, who received 3.746 million euros.
But also amateur clubs like FK Pirmasens (34 619 euros) or SV Pullach (45 075 euros) were served from the UEFA budget for the removal of players.
In total, only the clubs from England, primarily from the Premier League, got higher compensation services with € 47.01 million than the German clubs.