Thanks to their participation in the 2021/22 edition of the Champions League, AC Milan collected a total of €45m in revenue. This season, having got out of the group stage, that figure should be even higher.
Milan made their return to the big competition last season and although they finished last in their group, it was a necessary experience for the Rossoneri. And that experience also generated good revenue, as revealed by Calcio e Finanza.
In total, the Rossoneri collected just over €45m for their campaign. They got €15m just for qualifying as well as an additional €17m for their historical ranking. In the picture below, you can see the full details.
As said, since Milan have made it through to the Round of 16 this season, they can expect around €10m more. And the results they got in the group stage will also generate some more money in the ‘achievement bonuses’ (just one win last season).
These are revenues without sale tickets income. For 3 home game last season there is at least 15 million more.
When you see all that money, it is not so much. Juventus have bigger prize due to “historical” ranking, this historical is probably in last 10 years or so. If Milan generate 100 million with tickets sale this season from Champions League competition, than that is good revenue, but with 0 investments – they only bring De Ketelaere. So Milan was very successful in Europe this year, but very risky it will be to reach Champions League Europe next year with this squad