07. 01. 2021

CEV sets record-breaking prize money for Champions League and eventual winners of competition

Source: cev.eu; Photo: trentinovolley.it

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The European Volleyball Confederation (CEV) set the record-breaking prize money for the 2021 edition of the Volleyball Champions League.


The CEV set the record-breaking € 4.8 million prize money for the ongoing edition of the Champions League.

“The CEV Board of Administration agreed upon such a massive investment in another effort to support clubs and reward their efforts to help deliver the flagship competition in club Volleyball even in times of coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, the CEV will continue to promote full gender equality, with the very same pot at stake for the men’s as well as for the women’s competition,” the governing body of volleyball in the ‘Old Continent’ posted on its website.

In accordance with this, the CEV stressed that the eventual Super Finals winners will get a check worth € 500,000 apiece, which is an all-time record in the competition as well (last season it was € 400,000 apiece). The runners-up will receive € 250,000 apiece, while those teams making it to the semifinals but failing to progress further will receive € 125,000 apiece.

The CEV reminded the public that the bidding process for the organization of the 2021 Super Finals (May 1) is in progress.



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