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The German Football League (DFL) has received €7.91 million in solidarity payments from UEFA for non-participating clubs in the Champions League and Europa League, more than €1m less than the previous season.
Every season UEFA makes solidarity payments to non-participating clubs in the association’s two club competitions, the Europa League and Champions League. The payments represent five percent of the overall gross revenues of the two competitions.
With a new three-year cycle kicking…
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