Real, Champions League winners for the last three years, top the coefficient rankings that are used to calculate the revenue distribution.
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European champions Real Madrid will get around 50 million euros ($58 million) without kicking a ball in the Champions League next season as a new revenue distribution system comes into effect.Of the 32 teams in the group stage, the lowest ranked-team will receive one share, with an additional share added to every rank so the highest-ranked team receives 32 shares, or 35.46 million euros.Real, winners for the last three seasons, top the coefficient rankings followed by Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea, Juventus, Porto, Arsenal and Benfica. All 32 teams in the group stage will also get a starting fee of 15.65 million euros – which combined with the coefficient fee means that Real will receive a minimum 51.11 million euros.
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