Real Madrid will receive a significant financial boost after ending their five-year wait for the Liga title.
Zinedine Zidane's side secured the club's first league triumph since 2012 with a 2-0 win over Malaga and the result provided a healthy boost to the coffers.
After clinching the league, the Blancos are set to pocket a prize of €20.8 million, which represents their share of a €122.5m prize pot that is distributed among Primera Division clubs.
The distribution is based on final league position, with the teams receiving a percentage in proportion to their place in the table.
Though they were pipped to the title, runners-up Barcelona will receive €18.4m, while Atletico Madrid have secured a boost of €15.9m after finishing third.
Fourth-placed Sevilla stand to earn €13.5m and Villarreal, who finished fifth, will bag €11m.
Tony Adams' Granada, however, will pocket a relatively measly €300k after finishing the season at the bottom of the division.