Italian giants Juventus and AC Milan were the top and fourth highest earners from last season’s UEFA Champions League, UEFA revealed on Tuesday. In all, clubs in last season’s UCL received $1.2 billion for participating in the tournament, which includes TV and performance-related revenue.
Despite bowing out at the quarterfinal stage to Bayern Munich, Juve finished on top of the pile, earning $86.3 million for participating. That was ahead of champion Bayern, which received $72.7 million, and third-place Borussia Dortmund, with $71.7 million. Milan was fourth with $68 million, followed by Real Madrid, with $64 million.