EURO 2012 will lead to a greater share of tournament revenue for clubs in Europe, UEFA says.
European football's governing body has agreed to make payments to around 580 clubs represented by the 53 UEFA national associations for the release of players for both the tournament and qualifying.
At EURO 2008, only 180 clubs whose players were involved in the tournament in Austria and Switzerland received a share of revenues.
Clubs will receive a total of 100 million euros ($123.7 million) from EURO 2012, up from 55 million euros ($68.03 million) four years ago, with 40 million euros ($49.48 million) reserved to clubs who released players for qualification matches.
UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino said the deal, approved by the executive committee after discussion with the European Club Association ECA, meant 'smaller clubs' would now also benefit from the European championship.
The remaining 60 million euros ($74.22 million) will be distributed to clubs who have released one or more player for the final tournament in Poland and Ukraine.
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