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05. 04. 2019

CEV discloses total prize money for 2019 Champions League and it’s record-breaking amount

Source: cev.eu; Photo: cev.eu

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As the very finish of the battles in the 2019 CEV Volleyball Champions League in both competitions is getting close, the European Volleyball Confederation decided it was the time to reveal total prize money that will be allocated to all participating teams.

 

Right after it revealed prize money for the Super Finals participants, which is unprecedented so far, the CEV disclosed the total amount of money that will be distributed to all Champions League teams that contested, equally to both male and female teams. It is record-breaking € 3,547,000 prize money for the whole competition, of course depending on the results they have achieved in each stage of the competition. Comparing to € 1,871,000 from the 2017 edition, the prize money nearly doubled in only two years.

Prize money allocation for the 2019 CEV Champions League:

•    1st Round: 2,000 € for a win, 1,500 € for a loss

•    2nd Round: 3,000 € for a win, 2,000 € for a loss

•    3rd Round: 5,000 € for a win, 2,500 € for a loss

•    4th Round: 7,500 € for each win, 3,000 € for a loss

•    Quarterfinals: 10,000 € for a win, 4,000 € for a loss

 

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