By Alex Baguzin
It looks like teams competing in the newly-announced European Super League will be able to earn around €330m annually from participation, according to New York Times.
That’s at least 3 times as much as a club can currently get from winning the Champions League – plus there’ll be a huge television contract to consider on top.
DAZN are likely to get the TV rights to the Super League, worth a whopping €2.9Bn, while the whole league is being bankrolled by JP Morgan (pardon the pun), who’ll be backing the project with a €6Bn figure.
The Super League’s creation was announced last night, with 12 founding members knows so far: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Inter, Milan, Juventus, Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool, Man City and Man United.
Further 3 clubs will join them as key members, while the league will consist of 20 teams overall – 5 sides will be picked on merit.