Here. Also according to the research those are the min figures it could be more.Source and numbers, please.
the annual UEFA Champions League 'economy' is comparable to the last FIFA World Cup finals in Germany.
Group stage revenues:the UEFA Champions League is worth as much as €6 billion (£5.32 billion) to the European economy, with England, Italy and Spain enjoying the greatest economic boost in the last 12 months.
The study also suggests ticket revenues have generated an average of €8.55 million (£7.58 million) in income from the group stage, with commercial and marketing revenues accounting for a further €6 million (£5.32 million) on average and squad values increasing by an average of €5 million (£4.43 million) on the back of qualification for the knock-out stage.
This means that the average economic boost derived from qualifying through the group stage can be split up as 28 per cent due to UEFA prize money, 24 per cent due to the UEFA market pool payment, 20 per cent due to ticket revenues, 16 per cent due to commercial and marketing revenues, and 12 per cent due to increases in player value.
UEFA prize money adds €3.3 million (£2.92 million) for each quarter-finalist, €4 million (£3.55 million) for each semi-finalist, €5.2 million (£4.61 million) for the runners-up and €9 million (£7.98 million) for the winners.