Booming broadcast and commercial revenues will increase the prize fund for European club competitions next season by 50 per cent compared to this season, Uefa has announced.
This translates to a prize pot of £2.23billion, with UEFA's costs and solidarity payments accounting for the rest.
The lion's share, as ever, will go to clubs in the Champions League, with qualification for the group stage worth a guaranteed £13.35million, plus £2.36million for a win and nearly £800,000 for a draw.
There are further bonuses for progressing through each round of the knock-out stages, with the winner at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano home collecting a further £44.65million in prize money.
And then there are further payments that depend on each club's record in Uefa competitions over the last 10 years - the performance-based coefficient rankings currently led by Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Atletico and Manchester United - and each club's share of its national broadcast 'market pool'.
Taken altogether, a Champions League victory would be worth more than £100million to a British club next season.
The money available to Europa League contestants is not quite as impressive - and the total prize fund has only grown by 25 per cent to £446.5million - but a British win could be worth more than £25million.
In fact, Uefa is making so much money from its club competitions that a domestic champion, such as Gibraltar's Lincoln Red Imps, that loses in the preliminary round of Champions League qualifying this summer will still get £430,000 for their trouble.