Play-off final losers in line for £2m - winners get £120m

Iwan Roberts is comforted at the end of the 2002 play-off final.

Iwan Roberts is comforted at the end of the 2002 play-off final. - Credit: Eastern Counties Newspapers

Even if Norwich City lose on Monday, they look set to land a £2m pay-day.

Norwich and Middlesbrough have reportedly agreed the losers will take all the ticket cash from the game, plus a lump sum.

The winners stand to gain a minimum of £120m in Premier League television cash over the next four years.

This type of arrangement has become common practice for clubs involved in the Championship play-off finals, ever since Norwich and Birmingham were the first to do so in 2002, when the Blues won the game in Cardiff on penalties.

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