Barcelona players were awarded £82m in bonuses last season for winning La Liga and Spanish Super Cup
- Barcelona paid out £82.1million (€92million) in bonuses to its players last season
- Barcelona’s stars were rewarded for winning La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup
- The bonus was £1.78million (€2million) less than the amount paid out in 2018
Barcelona paid out £82.1million (€92million) in collective bonuses to its players for winning the Spanish league and Super Cup titles last season, the club’s annual report showed.
The bonus was £1.78million (€2million) less than the amount that was paid out in 2018. The figure was £2.7million (€3million) euros more than what the players received when the club won the treble in 2015.
The report revealed that the club spent a total of £482.7million (€541million) on staff costs across all its sports teams, with £278.3million (€311.9 million) spent on first team coaches and players.
Barcelona paid out £82.1million (€92million) in collective bonuses to its players last season
While Barca won La Liga at a canter and lifted the Super Cup last season, they lost the Copa del Rey final to Valencia and were beaten by Liverpool in the Champions League semi-finals.
Barca paid players £79.4million (€89million) for the 2014-15 campaign, when they won La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League.
They handed out £83.8million (€94million) for the 2017-2018 season, when they won the Copa del Rey and La Liga titles.
Barcelona’s players were rewarded for winning La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup last season
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