West Ham could earn around £226.5m in turnover this season if they win the Europa Conference League final, down from £252.7m last season.
If they end up runners-up in Europe, they will end up just £2m lighter at £224.5m
An equal share of Premier League TV rights earns each top-flight club £84.6m, the same as last season.
Facility TV fees based on 20 West Ham games televised in the UK this season adds £24m at £1.2m per match.
West Ham’s merit payment for finishing 14th will earn the Hammers £12.9m at £2.1m per place.
Total TV broadcast revenue is estimated to reach £121.5m for West Ham this season 2022/2023, down from £163.3m last season.
Estimated commercial and sponsorship revenue could reach as much as £36m, up from £34.7m last season.
Estimated retail revenue is estimated to rise to as high as £14m, up from £13m last season.
Ticket revenue should remain with an estimated £35m from a European Cup run, down from £41.3m last season.
UEFA Prize money and TV rights add another £20m if we win the final, £18m if we finish runners up.