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Euro 2016: How much did your team earn?

Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, James Milner

Five Premier League clubs were among those to benefit most financially from sending their players to Euro 2016.

Only Italian champions Juventus earned more than Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United, while Arsenal and Southampton were also in the top 10.

In total, 641 European clubs from 54 national associations received a revenue share of 150m euros (£127.74m).

Liverpool, top earners in the Premier League, took £2,890,773 for releasing players for the finals and qualifying.

Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Roma completed the top 10.

At the other end of the scale, Gibraltar's inclusion in Euro 2016 qualifying meant Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North side Farsley Celtic and Welsh Premier League outfit Bala Town took a share of the revenue.

How does it work?

An understanding between Uefa, European football's governing body, and the European Club Association (ECA) means some of the revenue from Euro 2016 is shared among those clubs who released players to their national teams.

Clubs that released players for the final tournament took a share of 100m euros (£85.6m), while another 50m euros (£42.58m) was set aside for those that released players for qualifying matches.

Another 744,937 euros (£634,390) was carried over from Euro 2012 and divided up during the qualification phase.

"It is important and fair to recognise and reward the clubs for the release of their players," said ECA Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

In qualifying, each club that releases a player to the national team for is entitled to receive a fixed amount per player, per match.

For the final tournament, clubs receive a fixed amount per player, per day. This starts 14 days before the player's country's first match and ends the day after their last match.

How did your team fare?

Adam Priestley

Liverpool, who supplied five of Roy Hodgson's 23-man England squad, were the top earners in the Premier League and enjoyed the second highest payout for the whole tournament with £2,890,773.

Meanwhile, striker Adam Priestley's appearances in qualifying for Gibraltar pocketed eighth-tier Farsley £21,531.

England - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Arsenal 2,463,222Manchester City 1,929,655
Aston Villa 361,868Manchester United 2,997,731
Birmingham City 350,609Middlesbrough 16,486
Blackburn Rovers 550,301Millwall 269,451
Blackpool 16,706Milton Keynes Dons 62,428
Bolton Wanderers 36,323Newcastle United 505,418
Bournemouth 291,977Norwich City 1,043,583
Bradford City 4,176Nottingham Forest 581,223
Brentford 22,117Notts County 37,588
Brighton & Hove Albion 324,393Oxford United 10,214
Bristol Rovers 42,139Port Vale 12,529
Burnley 594,792Preston North End 25,246
Burton Albion 18,516Queens Park Rangers 250,270
Charlton Athletic 256,443Reading 1,178,229
Chelsea 1,759,479Rochdale 4,176
Cheltenham Town 4,176Rotherham United 30,647
Crawley Town 8,243Sheffield Wednesday 619,908
Crystal Palace 1,462,685Southampton 2,094,099
Derby County 1,072,712Stevenage 8,621
Doncaster Rovers 169,038Stoke City 1,269,106
Everton 1,490,413Sunderland 603,010
Farsley 25,283Swindon Town 4,121
Fleetwood Town 177,391Tottenham Hotspur 3,066,138
Fulham 753,499Tranmere Rovers 24,729
Hull City 394, 111Walsall 16,558
Ipswich Town 290,087Watford 972,141
Leeds United 226,410West Bromwich Albion 1,183,939
Leicester City 1,234,158West Ham United 1,142,549
Liverpool 3,394,511Wigan Athletic 214,832
Luton Town 16,706Wolverhampton Wanderers 341,946

Linfield were the only team from Northern Ireland to benefit, while Welsh side Bala Town earned £17,942 from Gibraltar international David Artell.

Northern Ireland - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Linfield 62,670
Scotland - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Aberdeen 412,639Kilmarnock 338,152
Celtic 449,280Motherwell 38,358
Dundee 12,364Rangers 8,353
Dundee United 20,882Ross County 30,429
Hamilton Academical 199,051Saint Johnstone 107,490
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 132,018
Wales - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Bala Town 21,069Swansea City 1,321,969
Cardiff City 392,336

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Euro 2016: How much did your team earn?

Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana, James Milner

Five Premier League clubs were among those to benefit most financially from sending their players to Euro 2016.

Only Italian champions Juventus earned more than Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United, while Arsenal and Southampton were also in the top 10.

In total, 641 European clubs from 54 national associations received a revenue share of 150m euros (£127.74m).

Liverpool, top earners in the Premier League, took £2,890,773 for releasing players for the finals and qualifying.

Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Roma completed the top 10.

At the other end of the scale, Gibraltar's inclusion in Euro 2016 qualifying meant Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North side Farsley Celtic and Welsh Premier League outfit Bala Town took a share of the revenue.

How does it work?

An understanding between Uefa, European football's governing body, and the European Club Association (ECA) means some of the revenue from Euro 2016 is shared among those clubs who released players to their national teams.

Clubs that released players for the final tournament took a share of 100m euros (£85.6m), while another 50m euros (£42.58m) was set aside for those that released players for qualifying matches.

Another 744,937 euros (£634,390) was carried over from Euro 2012 and divided up during the qualification phase.

"It is important and fair to recognise and reward the clubs for the release of their players," said ECA Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

In qualifying, each club that releases a player to the national team for is entitled to receive a fixed amount per player, per match.

For the final tournament, clubs receive a fixed amount per player, per day. This starts 14 days before the player's country's first match and ends the day after their last match.

How did your team fare?

Adam Priestley

Liverpool, who supplied five of Roy Hodgson's 23-man England squad, were the top earners in the Premier League and enjoyed the second highest payout for the whole tournament with £2,890,773.

Meanwhile, striker Adam Priestley's appearances in qualifying for Gibraltar pocketed eighth-tier Farsley £21,531.

England - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Arsenal 2,463,222Manchester City 1,929,655
Aston Villa 361,868Manchester United 2,997,731
Birmingham City 350,609Middlesbrough 16,486
Blackburn Rovers 550,301Millwall 269,451
Blackpool 16,706Milton Keynes Dons 62,428
Bolton Wanderers 36,323Newcastle United 505,418
Bournemouth 291,977Norwich City 1,043,583
Bradford City 4,176Nottingham Forest 581,223
Brentford 22,117Notts County 37,588
Brighton & Hove Albion 324,393Oxford United 10,214
Bristol Rovers 42,139Port Vale 12,529
Burnley 594,792Preston North End 25,246
Burton Albion 18,516Queens Park Rangers 250,270
Charlton Athletic 256,443Reading 1,178,229
Chelsea 1,759,479Rochdale 4,176
Cheltenham Town 4,176Rotherham United 30,647
Crawley Town 8,243Sheffield Wednesday 619,908
Crystal Palace 1,462,685Southampton 2,094,099
Derby County 1,072,712Stevenage 8,621
Doncaster Rovers 169,038Stoke City 1,269,106
Everton 1,490,413Sunderland 603,010
Farsley 25,283Swindon Town 4,121
Fleetwood Town 177,391Tottenham Hotspur 3,066,138
Fulham 753,499Tranmere Rovers 24,729
Hull City 394, 111Walsall 16,558
Ipswich Town 290,087Watford 972,141
Leeds United 226,410West Bromwich Albion 1,183,939
Leicester City 1,234,158West Ham United 1,142,549
Liverpool 3,394,511Wigan Athletic 214,832
Luton Town 16,706Wolverhampton Wanderers 341,946

Linfield were the only team from Northern Ireland to benefit, while Welsh side Bala Town earned £17,942 from Gibraltar international David Artell.

Northern Ireland - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Linfield 62,670
Scotland - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Aberdeen 412,639Kilmarnock 338,152
Celtic 449,280Motherwell 38,358
Dundee 12,364Rangers 8,353
Dundee United 20,882Ross County 30,429
Hamilton Academical 199,051Saint Johnstone 107,490
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 132,018
Wales - total amount in Euros earned from Euro 2016/qualifying
Bala Town 21,069Swansea City 1,321,969
Cardiff City 392,336

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