Liverpool have already earned €66.1m by reaching the Champions League‘s semi-finals, but this is less than AS Roma, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
The Reds have made it to the final four of Europe’s top-tier tournament for the first time since under Rafa Benitez in 2008.
Now they take on Serie A side Roma in the semi-finals, with a final against either Bayern or Real in Kyiv to come on May 26, as Liverpool bid for the sixth European Cup in their storied history.
Their status as sleeping giants in recent years has affected revenue generated by this remarkable campaign, however, as football business expert Swiss Ramble assessed on Twitter:
English clubs Champions League 2017/18 revenue: #LFC €66m, #CFC €64m, #MCFC €62m, #THFC €60m & #MUFC €39m. Celtic get €32m, as Scottish clubs get 10% of UK TV pool if qualify for Group Stage. As #MUFC qualified via Europa League, get nothing from first half of TV pool. pic.twitter.com/WTf4GLwEQJ
— Swiss Ramble (@SwissRamble) April 17, 2018
Liverpool’s current earnings stand at €66.1 million, or £57.1 million, which is unsurprisingly more than any other English side, with Chelsea the closest with €64.3 million.