Liverpool are into the last 16 of the Champions League for a sixth successive season.
The Reds' 3-0 victory over Ajax on Wednesday night ensured that they have qualified from Group A with one match to spare.
It's a fine achievement for Jurgen Klopp's side. Their form in the Premier League this campaign has been indifferent but results in Europe - bar a sobering 4-1 loss to Napoli on match-day one - have been solid.
The knockout stages of the Champions League await Liverpool, who are aiming to reach their fourth final in just six years. And in terms of prize money, the Anfield coffers have increased significantly.
So far, the Reds have earned more than €35 million in performance-based prize money. Klopp's side received £15.64 million alone for reaching the group stage of Europe's elite competition.
And with a victory in the group stage worth €2.8 million, Liverpool added £9.2 million to their war chest - having beaten Ajax and Rangers both home and away.
In addition, reaching the last 16 has garnered the Reds a further €9.6 million. That, in total adds up to €36.44 million.
That’s not to take in broadcast rights money, coefficient payouts, match-day tickets and merchandise sold. A defeat of Napoli on match-day six at Anfield can earn Klopp's outfit an extra €2.8 million, while a draw is worth €930,000.