How Much Chiefs Have Earned In CAFCL
Kaizer Chiefs have booked their first ever CAF Champions League final and here is how much prize money Amakhosi have secured thanks to their historic run.
The Glamour Boys eliminated two-time champions Wydad Casablanca on Saturday evening, progressing 1-0 on aggregate.
As a consequence, they will now face record winners Al Ahly, who are coached by Pitso Mosimane, in the final on 17 July.
Their first ever final appearance has also filled the club’s bank accounts with a lofty amount of prize money.
For qualifying for the final, Chiefs as well as Al Ahly have pocketed R17.7 million already, but they could double that amount if they would lift the trophy.
The winner of the CAF Champions League will receive R35 million, according to CAF.
Here is the full overview of CAF’s prize money:
Winner: R35 million ($2.5 million)
Runners-up: R17.7 million ($1.25 million)
Semi-final: R12.4 million ($875 000)
Quarter-final: R9.2 million ($650 000)
The teams that finished in third or fourth place in their respective groups received $550 000 (R7.8 million).