Haching gets most of the money for offspring

Haching gets most of the money for offspring

The youth work at SpVgg Unterhaching has at least paid off financially. Although Haching was relegated from the third division, the former Bundesliga club now receives the highest payout from the German Football Association’s (DFB) youth fund for the third division.

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465,010.43 euros go to SpVgg, and 405,413.85 to newly promoted FC Ingolstadt in second place. Türkgücü Munich (15,724.21) and VfB Lübeck (6126.80) benefit least from the payments.

For the 2020/2021 season, the DFB will distribute a total of 2.95 million euros gross to reward and strengthen the promotion of young talent to 19 third division clubs. Only FC Bayern II does not receive any donation from the funds, as second teams from licensing clubs are excluded from the income from the young talent funding pot as well as the central TV marketing and the financial fair play pot.

When calculating the distributions, two criteria were taken into account: the existence of a performance center or a performance center under construction as well as the operating times of players with German citizenship who are U21s.

The payout amounts:

SpVgg Unterhaching 465,010.43

FC Ingolstadt 405.413,85

SG Dynamo Dresden 306.171,38

TSV 1860 Munich 246,638.68

MSV Duisburg 232,671.06

FC Viktoria Cologne 184,614.80

SV Wehen Wiesbaden 182,911.43

1. FC Magdeburg 157.297,03

1. FC Kaiserslautern 147,949.80

1. FC Saarbrücken 139,869.45

Hansa Rostock 120,695.92

Hallescher FC 91.077,78

SC Verl 59,586.77

SV Meppen 57,233.99

SV Waldhof Mannheim 54,641.68

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FSV Zwickau 53.976,30

KFC Uerdingen 05 22,388.64

Türkgücü Munich 15,724.21

VfB Lübeck 6 126.80