How much does each team charge in the Spanish Super Cup?

The Real spanish soccer federation (RFEF) will enter 40 million euros for moving the competition to Saudi Arabia in this edition, since the previous one could not be carried out due to a health situation issue. The two parties renewed an agreement in which said competition will be played until 2029.

Despite the fact that there are no official figures and little transparency in the accounts, the economic injection for the four participating teams would amount to approximately 20 million euros: € 12.5M to be distributed between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, € 4.5M for Atlético de Madrid and € 2.5M for Athletic Club.

The RFEF also allocates funds to grassroots football

Of the 40 million euros that the RFEF will receive for transferring the Spanish Super Cup to Saudi Arabia, 50% will go to grassroots and regional football. According to Cadena SER, the First and Second RFEF clubs receive 325% more income since the agreement was signed with the Saudi authorities.


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