Celtic have banked $1.2m from FIFA following the World Cup this summer.

Figures released today show that the Parkhead side earned $1,185,062.50 for having Belgium’s Dedryck Boyata, Sweden’s Mikael Lustig, Costa Rica’s Cristian Gamboa and Australia’s Tom Rogic in attendance at the tournament in Russia.

FIFA’s club benefits programme means that a share of the revenue from the tournament is divided between clubs who provided players for the World Cup.

In total, $209m will be paid out to 416 clubs from 63 associations.

Clubs who provided the bulk of players for the tournament inevitably banked the biggest dividend with Manchester City, Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspur, Barcelona, PSG, Chelsea, Manchester United, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Monaco all topped the table for the most amount earned.

Celtic banked the most of any Scottish club.

Aberdeen will receive $80K, while Hibs will be boosted by a cheque just shy of $120k. Rangers earned $181,000.