QFs: CCL - $650k, CCC - $450k
SFs: CCL - $875k, CCC - $450k
Runners Up: CCL - $1.25m, CCC - $625k
Winners: CCL - $2.5m, CCC - $1.25m
CAF Super Cup: Winner - $100k, Runner-Up - $75k
Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United will pocket at least R14 million between the two clubs for their efforts in CAF competitions this season, and it could get better for Matsatsantsa.
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Masandawana crashed out of the CAF Champions League over the weekend in a devastating penalty shoot-out defeat to Wydad Casablanca of Morocco, while SuperSport progressed in dramatic circumstances thanks to a last-minute Thuso Phala goal.
Following the recent increase in prize money for Africa’s two biggest inter-club competitions there is some real cash at stake with the winner of the CAF Confederation Cup pocketing over $1m.
Both clubs have managed to secure themselves some prize money by reaching the knockout stages of their respective competitions, although Sundowns will stop at just over R8.6m ($800,000) for reaching the quarterfinals.
Matsatsantsa are guaranteed around R6m ($450,000) for reaching the semis, but will more than double that if they can manage to go on and actually win it in November.
SuperSport face Club Africain of Tunisia in the semifinals as they battle it out for a spot in the final.