Roman Abramovich will have welcomed the cash injection, having forked out over €50 million for the additions of Eden Hazard, Marko Marin and Kevin de Bruyne recently
The Blues' penalty shoot-out victory at the Allianz Arena saw them unsurprisingly take home the biggest payout of the clubs which took part.
Losing finalists Bayern earned €42m from the €760m prize fund shared among 32 participating teams.
Despite being eliminated at the group stage of the competition, Manchester United were England's second highest earners, receiving a sum of €35m.
Rivals Manchester City, who were also knocked out early on, took around €27m for their efforts.
Arsenal, who went further in the competition, only to be eliminated by AC Milan over two legs, took €28m into the Emirates Stadium coffers.
English clubs are rewarded for valuable broadcasting deals, which are factored into the Uefa payout calculations. The administrative body paid clubs €7m for taking part, plus results-based bonuses.
It has also been revealed that Champions League revenue will rise around 20 per cent over the next three seasons.