Qualifying for the Champions League is always top of many of Europe's elite clubs.
Winning the trophy is prestigious and aside from the glory, it comes with a major prize money windfall.
Last season, German giants Bayern Munich earned an estimated €130m for lifting the title, while Liverpool took home €111m in 2018-19.
The 2020/21 season is in its latter stages with the semi-finalists having been confirmed following the conclusion of the quarter-final matches.
England will have two representatives; Man City and Chelsea, while France and Spain have PSG and Real Madrid respectively.
The four sides have already pocketed hefty amounts for making it into the semis, but just how is the distribution?
All the semi-finalists are awarded €12m for making it to the final 4 of the prestigious competition.
Here's the distribution of prize money;
The finalists will earn an extra €15m and a further €19m for the winners of the competition.
The final amount however differs depending on the current coefficients, with Real Madrid the highest-ranked of the remaining teams.
Chelsea are the highest-ranked team from England.