EFL Cup started from the first week of August and the final will play at Wembley Stadium in February 2018. How much prize money do clubs earn for winning EFL Cup. Here you will get the details how the prize money distributed among the teams who participated in the League Cup. Previously when Manchester United wins the match from Southampton last year, Manchester United received the prize money (£100,000). The runner-up team received (£50,000).
|Round 1||70 clubs||£5,000|
|Round 2||50 clubs||£7,000|
|Round 3||32 clubs (16 losing team)||£10,000|
|Round 4||16 Winning teams (3rd Round)||£15,000|
|Quarter Finals||8 winning teams (4th Round)||£20,000|
|Semi Finals||4 winning teams (QF’s)||£25,000|
|Runner-ups||1 (Team lost the final)||£50,000|
|Champions||1 (Team won the final)||£100,000|
The other name of this cup is (Carabao Cup) due to the sponsorship deal with (Carabao Energy Drinks). There are 70 clubs played in the first round 24 clubs from (League one and two) 22 clubs from League championship. In second round there are 2 clubs from (Football League Championship) and 13 clubs from (Premier League). Lookout how the prize money divided among the teams from Round 1 to finals.
How Prize Money Distributed Among EFL Cup 2017-18 Participants:
All 70 clubs in the first round did not received the prize money only 35 clubs that suffer defeat in round 1 will get paid (£5,000). In round two 25 losing teams earn (£7,000). In Quarter finals where 8 clubs left in the tournament, the winning four clubs move to the semi finals and losing clubs knockout out of the tournament with cash prize of (£20,000). The two losing semi finalist will awarded with (£25,000) money.