Reviews 100.000 Euro more: DFB pays record premium at EM victory
Covid-19: the public almost everywhere for the euro 2020?
© Panoramic The Euro fast approach ( 11 June-11 July ) and the conditions for filling stadiums are not yet completely clear. The team reveals this Wednesday that UEFA is growing internally for the twelve host cities to allow access to the public in the stadiums. If the majority of these cities seem inclined to welcome the public, some of them seem more reluctant. This is particularly the case of Bilbao, Glasgow and Dublin.
With this question Oliver Bierhoff (53) did not respond with the usual sovereignty, but with a hesitant introduction. 400,000 euros receives every German international in the event of a triumph at this year's European Championship, more than ever at a tournament.
Despite Corona and DFB annoyance
, the note is whether the premium in these times of pandemic and dwindling funds in football and annoyance over the DFB and the national team could not have been a bit more modest, must, must, must quite justified. "Yes", Bierhoff admitted, this sum is "with security high, but I would like to pay her as DFB". In addition, the players had not received any bonuses for the acquired admission to this continental end exhibition, they were priced in the current amount.
at a World Cup victory 2018 in Russia, where this financial question was already made after the three group matches against Mexico (0: 1), Sweden (2: 1) and South Korea (0: 2), it would have given 350,000 euros per nose . At the EM 2016 in France - terminus in the semi-final against the hosts (0: 2) - it would have been 300,000 euros.
Within five years, it is therefore an increase of whopping 100,000 euros for the overall victory, ie 33 percent. Where else is this financial growth?
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