Aberdeen have received more than £350,000 from UEFA for releasing players to play in Euro 2016.
The Dons were the second-highest earners in Scotland, only trailing champions Celtic.
UEFA paid the Reds 412,640 Euros for releasing stars such as Niall McGinn for last summer’s tournament, while Celtic were given 449,281 Euros.
Payments were made on the basis of how many players appeared in the qualifiers as well as the finals themselves.
Last season’s top two earned almost half the money awarded to sides in the Premiership, with Scottish clubs receiving just shy of two million Euros.
Money was distributed based on how many times players were called up during the qualifying rounds but the bigger fees were for players at the tournament in France itself.
That was awarded based on the number of days a player was away on duty.
That meant the Dons benefited nicely from Simon Church’s involvement in the Wales squad, who made it to the semi-final stage, as well as McGinn featuring for Northern Ireland.
Qualifying call-ups for McGinn (Northern Ireland), Graeme Shinnie, Mark Reynolds (both Scotland), Danny Ward and Church (both Wales) also earned Aberdeen some Uefa cash.
Juventus were the biggest earners overall receiving almost 3.5m Euros for their players’ involvement.