Hammers receive £30m windfall from Europe


West Ham Prize money and home ticket revenue from the Europa League should pass £30m this season it has been estimated.

Group stage (£3.17m)

Group stage wins (£550,037 win bonuses) x 5 = £2,750,185

Winners in the group stage (£960,361)

Round of 16 qualification (£1.04m)

Quarterfinal qualification (£1.56m)

Total £9,480,546

Coefficient bonus £2.41m

TV Market Pool Bonus £11.63m

Sub Total £23,521,657

Europa League home official attendances this season.

Freiburg (group) 48,976

Olympiakos 55,811

Backa Topola 41,374

Freiburg (last 16) 51,014

Bayer Leverkusen 62,473

A total of 259,570 home tickets sold at an average price of £25 adds another £6.489m

Grand Total £30,010,657

The Hammers only earned €22.1m in Prize money for winning the Europa Conference League last season which equates to £18.88m

Add to that ticket sales of around £10m winning a European cup earned around £28.88m last year.

The Hammers earned around £38m the last time they played in the Europa League after being knocked out in the semi-final by Frankfurt meaning the club have earned around £97m from three great years in UEFA competitions.

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