Turin giants earn more than both Bayern and Dortmund.
Italian giants Juventus earned more money in the Champions League last season than both finalists according to figures released by UEFA.
Participants in the 2012/13 tournament received €904.6m in total, with the figure including prize money for participation, TV pool and performance-related revenue.
The biggest surprise from the figures was that despite bowing out of the competition at the quarter-finals stage after defeat to eventual winners Bayern, the Bianconeri topped the list of highest earners from the competition.
Juve earned a total of €65.3m during their run in the tournament, while Bayern earned just €55.046m with Dortmund in third place with €54.161m.
The report will have also been welcomed by AC Milan who came in at fourth spot with a grand total of €51.4m despite falling in the second round at the hands of Barcelona.
The Catalan giants make up the rest of the top group of earners along with rivals Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, but it is undoubtedly impressive for the Italian duo and their more immediate finances.
However, the figures are a result of somewhat of an anomaly considering that Serie A had just two representatives in the competition last season, with Udinese failing to make it past the qualification stages.
As a result, the TV rights for Italy were split between just Juve and Milan, thus giving them considerably larger sums than expected, and in turn putting them alongside the revenue made by their European counterparts.
With Juve and Napoli assured of their places in the group stages this time round, it will be up to Milan to come through the final qualifying round unscathed in order to make it a trio of Italian clubs in Europe’s premier competition this season.