Chelsea have earned in excess of £11m in bonuses during their run to the semifinals of the Europa League this season. 

The team earned £493,135 for each of the five victories in their group stage matches, which totaled to £2.47m. 

They then received an extra £164,396 for the draw against Vidi, and another £2.53m just for taking part in the group phase.

Topping their group saw the Blues pocket another £865,155, which roughly brought the figures earned at the group stage to £6,522,686.

Their qualification for the round of 32 stage saw them pocket another £432,490, and their win against Malmo in that round earned them £950,000.

Chelsea's win against Dynamo Kiev to reach the quarter-final got them £1.3m, while their victory against Slavia Prague on Thursday night gave them £2m.

The London-based side will face Eintracht Frankfurt in the semifinals knowing a win will earn them a whopping £3.89m as revealed by UEFA.

If they go on to win the title, they would collect an additional £3.4m.

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