This is despite the French giants missing out on the title following their Sunday night, August 23, defeat in the finals played in Lisbon.
PSG enjoyed a scintillating campaign in the European competition, defeating Borussia Dortmund, Atalanta and RB Leipzig on their way to the finals.
Their 3-0 win over Leipzig earned them a historic berth in the Champions League finals, setting up a date with Bayern Munich.
And it was Bayern that brought their European dream to an excruciating halt, stunning them 1-0 at Estadio da Luz to lift the title.
Kingsley Coman netted the all-important goal of the match, heading home in the 59th minute to down a wasteful PSG side.
However, despite the defeat, it has now emerged the French giants will earn £121million from Champions League, £3.7million more than eventual winners, Bayern.
Joining them in third are Man City who will cash in £89.4million, with Chelsea, Liverpool, and Tottenham following with £62.3million.
Champions League 2019/2020 revenue for the clubs within the “Top 5 Leagues”
Paris Saint-Germain – £121million
Bayern Munich – £117.3m
Barcelona – £104m
Manchester City – £89.4m
Atletico Madrid – £85.8m
Lyon – £80.4m
Juventus – £78.6m
Real Madrid – £75.9m
Chelsea – £73.1m
Liverpool – £72.2m
RB Leipzig – £65m
Napoli – £63.2m
13. Tottenham – £62.3m
13. Borussia Dortmund – £62.3m
Valencia – £54.2m
Atalanta – £51.5m
Inter Milan – £40m
Bayer Leverkusen – £37m
Lille – £32.5m