After winning their 13th Champions League title in Kiev in May 2018, Real Madrid have also cashed in on their success in the competition, earning 88.6 million euros, for the last campaign.
Three successive titles, gives Los Blancos the biggest share of the Champions League prize money, with Roma second, earning 83 million euros, then Liverpool who bagged 81.3 million euros, and finally Juventus who netted 80 million euros.
Real Madrid‘s dominance earned them 55 million euros, with the other 33 million coming from their share of the market pool. Though that area of revenue was dominated by Italian and English sides, as Juventus made 48 million euros, Roma 45 million euros, and Chelsea 40 million euros.
After being eliminated in the quarter-finals, Barcelona made 57 million euros, followed by Sevilla on 48 million euros, and Atletico Madrid on 31 million euros though they also have 16.1 million euros to add from their Europa League success.
In total the Champions League commercial rights came in at 2.1 billion euros, in addition to 366 million euros from the Europa League.
Organisational expenses stood at 171 million euros, and the final in Kiev made 15.8 million euros, while the Europa League final brought in 4.4 million euros.
National team matches during the 2017/18 season cost UEFA around 13.7 million euros to organize.