Revealed: How much every club earned in the Champions League last season

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Leicester City took home £500,000 more than Real Madrid despite being knocked out in the quarter-final stage
Juventus were the highest earning club in the Champions League last season after pocketing £98.9million from a combination of TV and prize money.

Max Allegri’s side were beaten 4-1 in the final by Real Madrid, but earned £26million more for their efforts.

And Los Blancos chiefs may be further frustrated by the fact they didn’t even earn the second highest amount.

Last season’s surprise package Leicester City took home £500,000 more than the Santiago Bernabeu side despite being knocked out in the quarter-final stage.

Champions League earnings in full

1. Juventus – £98,871,008

2. Leicester City – £73,141,659

3. Real Madrid – £72,577,523

4. Napoli – £59,135,812

5. Monaco – £57,922,506

6. Arsenal – £57,849,336

7. Atletico Madrid – £54,292,249

8. Barcelona – £53,590,295

9. Paris Saint-Germain – £49,530,302

10. Bayern Munich – £49,036,906

11. Borussia Dortmund – £47,302,410

12. Manchester City – £44,964,710

13. Tottenham Hotspur – £38,773,470

14. Lyon – £34,592,421

15. Bayer Leverkusen – £34,565,434

16. FC Kobenhavn – £30,545,316

17. Besiktas – £30,273,886

18. Sevilla – £29,448,643

19. Celtic – £28,427,613

20. Porto – £27,527,934

21. Benfica – £25,561,565

22. Legia Warsaw – £24,391,104

23. Borussia Monchengladbach – £23,831,223

24. PSV Eindhoven – £20,587,410

25. FC Rostov – £18,314,251

26. Ludogorets – £16,795,228

27. Dynamo Kiev – £16,732,533

28. Sporting – £16,282,917

29. CSKA Moscow – £16,033,566

31. Dinamo Zagreb – £15,212,135
32. FC Basel – £14,566,041
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