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Because of the corona crisis, the cup finalists FC Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen receive less money from the German Football Association than originally planned. "We only pay out shares in the marketing proceeds," said DFB treasurer Stephan Osnabrügge in Frankfurt on Friday at the presentation of the 2019 annual balance sheet -Bundestag part.

Just because ticket revenue ceases to exist, it is imperative to “deviate from the amounts set before the season”, Osnabrügge emphasized. "If we get less in, we can only distribute less." DFB-Schatzmeister Stephan Osnabrügge nimmt am Außerordentlichen DFB-Bundestag teil. The final will be held in front of empty ranks this Saturday in the Berlin Olympic Stadium. Last year, Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig each received 3.3 million euros for the final. Of this, 700,000 euros each came from the audience revenues, which are now no longer available. According to Osnabrügge, the effects of the pandemic on the 2020/21 cup competition are not yet foreseeable. «At the moment this is completely speculative. We depend on the state requirements, »said the DFB treasurer. «We hope for the best, especially for the amateur clubs. For me, a 1st cup main round without a spectator is a cruel performance. »

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