Barcelona will receive €2.6 million from UEFA for their players' involvement in Euro 2020 this summer with their respective national teams.
After the elimination of Spain and Denmark in the semifinals, Barça will not be represented in Sunday's final, which pits Italy against England at Wembley.
The final Barça players to fall were the Spain quartet of Sergio Busquets, Jordi Alba, Eric Garcia and Pedri against Italy on Tuesday and then, finally, Martin Braithwaite against England on Wednesday.
Previously, Antoine Griezmann, Ousmane Dembélé, Clément Lenglet, Frenkie de Jong and Memphis Depay had all been knocked out in the last 16 with France and the Netherlands.
The European Club Association and UEFA agreed that each club would receive €9,000 per day for as long as the players were with their national teams.
However, that figure is only applied to players that have been at the club since July 2019. In Braithwaite's case, the club will receive €7,500 per day as he's been at the club for 18 months and in Pedri's case €6,000 per day. Memphis and Garcia will be just €3,000 per day as they have only just signed.
However, the €2.6m Barça will receive is unlikely to be the final figure as UEFA also make payments for players injured during the tournament.
Dembele was injured with France and will be out for four months. The club could ask for €20,500 during the time he is out injured, which could mean as much as €2.5m more.