UNAM Pumas vs. FC Barcelona, ​​how much money will the Mexican team receive for playing in the Joan Gamper?

FC Barcelona will have to dispute a new edition of the Joan Gamper trophy. After the rejection of several clubs, including the Mexican Atlas, the Blaugrana team will face Pumas from UNAM, historic Aztec complex and current runner-up in the Concacaf Champions League. The match will take place on August 7th.

It is quite curious that the feline team has accepted a match that only complicates the calendar. Liga MX has already started and on game day they should play the seventh day of the tournament against Club Puebla.

Despite the complications, the Aztec ensemble will travel to Barcelona to face Xavi Hernández’s team in the very Camp Nou, a stadium that saw the forging of many world football legends.

How much money will Pumas earn from UNAM?

Andrés Lillini’s team will have two great reasons to play this game. The first has to do with the prestige and showcase represented by playing a match against FC Barcelona at the Camp Nou and also for a trophy. But it is worth mentioning that also there is money involved.

According to reports from the media Toque Filtrado, the Mexican team will receive a good sum of money simply for standing in the gear of the stadium of the blaugrana team. The information indicates that Pumas would carry in his pocket up to $300,000 dollars to play the game.

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