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What is the UEFA Super Cup prize money?

The UEFA Super Cup Trophy on the centre circle at Besiktas Park in Turkey 
Liverpool and Chelsea will meet in the UEFA Super Cup tonight after winning the Champions League and Europa League trophies last season 

It will be the first occasion when that the challenge has had an all-English match and it allows the two groups to help their force for the new Premier League season.

Liverpool crushed Tottenham 2-1 in the Champions League last prior this year to fit the bill for the match, while Chelsea won 4-1 against Arsenal in the last of the Europa League.

In front of the match, here is everything that you have to think about what the triumphant group will get.

What does the UEFA Super Cup winner get?

Both groups will acquire €3.5 million (£3.3 million) for partaking in the match, with victor likewise asserting a reward of €1 million (£940,000).

The victors will likewise get the opportunity to lift the Super Cup trophy in the wake of tying down triumph and turning into the main English group to win since 2005.Virgil van Dijk of Liverpool celebrates after scoring in the Premier League
Chelsea made more than €20 million for their achievement in the Europa League last season, while Liverpool made over €70 million in prize cash for completion the season as Champions League victors.

Chelsea last contended in the Super Cup in 2013 after they last won the Europa League, yet they lost to Champions class victors Bayern Munich.

Liverpool's last appearance was in 2005 when they crushed CSKA Moscow 3-1 at Stade Louis II in Monaco.

When is the Super Cup and how to watch it?

The match between Liverpool and Chelsea will kick-off at 20.00 on Wednesday 14 August.
Live coverage will be shown on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate from 19.00, and fans can also follow the action on BTSport.com or the BT Sport app.
The two teams will be competing at Besiktas Park in Istanbul, Turkey.

Who is the referee for Liverpool vs Chelsea?

Stephanie Frappart will be the leading official in the Super Cup, making her the first female official to take charge of a major men’s European fixture.
She also took charge of the Women’s World Cup final in July between USA and the Netherlands, and earlier this year she made her first appearance as a Ligue 1 referee.


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