Increased Prize Pool for Copa Libertadores Final
The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) has announced that the Copa Libertadores 2023 final scheduled for November 11 will be held at the prestigious Maracana Stadium in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro.
The federation also announced a 21% increase in the value of prizes for teams participating in the Copa Libertadores this year compared to 2022, bringing their total value to $207 million 800 thousand.
The winner of the Copa Libertadores will receive an $18 million bonus, while the runner-up will receive $7 million.
As for the teams participating in the 22nd edition of the Copa Sudamericana, they will receive a total prize pool of $77 million 800 thousand, up 30% from last year, with the champion receiving $5 million and $800 thousand. runner-up two million dollars.
The Copa Sudamericana final will take place in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, on 28 October.
And while on Wednesday the CONMEBOL Council announced the selection of the Maracanã stadium to host the final of the 64th edition of the Copa Libertadores, which is played in one match, it limited itself to announcing that Montevideo will be the city for the Copa Sudamericana final without specifying a stadium.
However, the most likely option for the final is the Centenario stadium.
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