A financial report reveals how much Inter Milan collected from their memorable Champions League last season.

Simone Inzaghi’s men went all the way to the final before succumbing at the hands of Man City.

Despite a valiant effort, the Nerazzurri couldn’t find the breakthrough. Instead, Rodri’s 68th-minute strike sealed the Cityzens’ maiden triumph.

UEFA have now released the prize money distributed in the 2022/23 campaign.

Calcio e Finanza estimates Inter’s total Champions League earnings at around 101 million euros.

The Nerazzurri’s participation in the group stage phase generated 15.64 million euros. They also earned around 16M for their historic ranking.

Moreover, the market pool provided Inter with another 10 million, while their results in the group stage earned them a bonus of 10.5 million.

The source also reveals that the Serie A giants earned another 9.6 million for reaching the Round of 16. Their participation in the quarter-finals yielded 10.6M.

The figure rises to 12.5M in the semi-final, while another 15.5 million entered the club’s coffers after reaching the final.

All in all, Europe’s elite club competition provided the Nerazzurri with a whopping 101.289 million euros.

Inter Milan Collected Just Over 100M Euros From Last Season’s Champions League Campaign

Inter is among five clubs that exceeded the 100 million threshold. The other four are Manchester City (135 million euros), Real Madrid (118 million), Bayern Munich (108 million) and PSG (101 million).

As for the Beneamata’s Serie A rivals, AC Milan collected almost 86 million euros having reached the semi-final, while Napoli received 77.5 million for making it into the quarter-finals.

Finally, Juventus earned 56M despite an abysmal European campaign that saw them eliminated in the group stage, as their historic ranking alone got them 32 million.