More than €1.03billion (£752.9million) was distributed among the European teams in last season’s Champions League .
Defeated finalists Juventus earned the most from the 2014/15 edition of the tournament, pocketing a total of €89.1million (£65.25m).
European champions Barcelona , meanwhile, took home a total of €61m (£44.6m) – €28.1m less than the opponents they hammered 3-1 in Berlin.
The highest earning English team was Manchester City (€45.85m) followed by Chelsea (€39.23m), Arsenal (€36.38m) and Liverpool (€33.59m).
A total of €42m was distributed among the 20 teams involved in the pre-competition play-offs while the remainder went to the 32 teams involved in the group stages and beyond.
Each team was entitled to a minimum of €8.6m just for taking part in the group stages. Teams were then given bonuses of €1m for a win and €500,000 for a draw.
There were additional bonuses of €3.5m for reaching the last 16, €3.9m for reaching the quarter-finals and €4.9m for reaching the semi-finals.
Barcelona were awarded €10.5m for winning in the final while runners-up Juventus were given €6.5m.
In addition to this prize money, teams were also awarded television money. The amount given to each team depended upon the proportional value of each national television market as well as the number of teams from that nation in the tournament.
Juventus left the tournament with the most money because Italy’s TV market is a significant part of the overall value but there were only two Italian teams in the group stages, so they only had to split that money with Roma. Barcelona, meanwhile, had to share their TV money with Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao.
UEFA also distributed €2.9m among the 19 national associations whose members competed in last season’s tournament.
The full list (prize money and TV money combined)
- Juventus – €89,100,00
- Barcelona – €61,027,000
- PSG – €56,157,000
- Real Madrid – €52545000
- Monaco – €52,395,000
- Bayern Munich – €49,865,000
- Roma – €45,918,000
- Man City – €45,852,000
- Atletico Madrid – €43,723,000
- Chelsea – €39,230,000
- Arsenal – €36,381,000
- Liverpool – €33,597,000
- Dortmund – €33,497,000
- Schalke – €28,916,000
- Bayer Leverkusen – €28,622,000
- Porto – €27,363,000
- Olympiacos – €26,253,000
- Athletic Bilbao – €23,461,000
- Ajax – €22,279,000
- Shakhtar Donetsk – €20,046,000
- Zenit St. Petersburg – €19,129,000
- Malmo – €19,105,000
- Galatasaray – €18,594,000
- CSKA Moscow – €18,213,000
- FC Basel – €17,855,000
- Anderlecht – €15,629,000
- Ludogorets – €14,635,000
- Benfica – €14,547,000
- Sporting Lisbon – €14,518,000
- Maribor – €13,775,000
- APOEL – €13,708,000
- BATE Borisov – €12,965,000