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  • #16

    Prize dosh share out
    FA Cup – Round 3 32 £67,500
    FA Cup – Round 4 16 £90,000

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    • #17
      Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post
      ROUNDS LIVE LIVE REPLAY
      FA Cup – Round 1 £67,500 £33,750
      FA Cup – Round 2 £72,000 £36,000
      FA Cup – Round 3 £144,000 £72,000
      FA Cup – Round 4 £144,000 £72,000
      FA Cup – Round 5 £247,500 £123,750
      FA Cup – Round 6 £247,500 £123,750
      Short explanation? sorry don’t get it :-) cheers

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      • #18
        Lincoln made £2.5 million from their cup run. You do need the TV broadcasters to cream their pants over you and put you on the box every round though.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by luca View Post

          Short explanation? sorry don’t get it :-) cheers
          TV dosh

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          • #20
            Originally posted by luca View Post

            Short explanation? sorry don’t get it :-) cheers
            TV money I think mate. The away side also gets a decent share of the gate receipt, hence a televised game away at a big club can be a huge money spinner.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Tarbie View Post

              TV money I think mate. The away side also gets a decent share of the gate receipt, hence a televised game away at a big club can be a huge money spinner.
              Luca wanted a short summery.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post

                Luca wanted a short summery.
                Sorry mate. Pinkie has already warned me about using too many words. I'll try harder to be more concise in future.

                Ah ####.........I've done it again, haven't I?!!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post

                  Luca wanted a short summery.
                  ...dress?

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                  • #24
                    How Much FA Cup is worth ?

                    As far as top premier league teams are concerned winning FA Cup only means prestige and honor because for top Premier League teams the prize money and financial rewards of playing or Winning FA Cup is just a change compared to what they make in premier league or champions league. For example Arsenal won the FA Cup two years ago and they made around £4.2 million from their FA Cup win but compared that to their Premier League (£93million) or Champions League (£25million) earnings and you will see FA Cup financial rewards are just a change for the clubs.
                    Having said that FA Cup and Capital One Cup represent huge financial possibilities for clubs in lower leagues. Last year when Manchester United visited Cambridge United for the 3rd Round tie they game was shown live on TV and Cambridge made £144,000 with Television Fees for live broadcast. They held United to a 0-0 draw and earned a very lucrative replay where they also received £72,000 for Television fee plus the massive 45% gate receipt revenue. So FA Cup represent a good value for money as far as lower league teams are concerned.

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                    • #25
                      Very often you get a lower league player make a name coming through the cup paving the way to a big move if we can get a big club could be a great opportunity for the likes of Eze

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                      • #26
                        About £120 if it's anywhere north of Birmingham.

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                        • #27
                          An extra £1m in the coffers would be great. I assume we got a few schillings today because the game was shown live overseas.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post
                            Gate Receipt Revenue Share:

                            English FA has installed a good system where both home and away teams for every tie of FA Cup get 45% of gate receipt revenue each.
                            Sorry if its obvious, but who gets the other 10% of gate receipts?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Undecided View Post

                              Sorry if its obvious, but who gets the other 10% of gate receipts?
                              Home team expenses.Staff,Police etc. Big team away, lots of money and still before they start taking it serious, will do for me.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by LoftusRoadLad View Post
                                How Much FA Cup is worth ?

                                As far as top premier league teams are concerned winning FA Cup only means prestige and honor because for top Premier League teams the prize money and financial rewards of playing or Winning FA Cup is just a change compared to what they make in premier league or champions league. For example Arsenal won the FA Cup two years ago and they made around £4.2 million from their FA Cup win but compared that to their Premier League (£93million) or Champions League (£25million) earnings and you will see FA Cup financial rewards are just a change for the clubs.
                                Having said that FA Cup and Capital One Cup represent huge financial possibilities for clubs in lower leagues. Last year when Manchester United visited Cambridge United for the 3rd Round tie they game was shown live on TV and Cambridge made £144,000 with Television Fees for live broadcast. They held United to a 0-0 draw and earned a very lucrative replay where they also received £72,000 for Television fee plus the massive 45% gate receipt revenue. So FA Cup represent a good value for money as far as lower league teams are concerned.
                                great example - cheers!!

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