Kemar Roofe's winner for Rangers against Real Betis was a huge goal, but some might not realise just how big a cash windfall the club are in line for following the Seville heroics.

Philippe Clement's side secured their place in the last 16 of the Europa League last night after edging out Betis in a thrilling 3-2 showdown in Spain.

Rangers already had a spot in the Europa Conference League secured, but victory ensured they would be marching on into the latter stages of the more prestigious Europa competition.

With that means more money and the figures have emerged of the huge cash windfall heading the Ibrox club's way.

The breakdown of the Europa League vs Conference League prize money is as follows: 

Europa League prize money

Knockout round play-offs: €500,000
Round of 16: €1,200,000
Quarter-final: €1,800,000
Semi-final: €2,800,000
Runner-up: €4,600,000
Champion: €8,600,000

Conference League prize money

Knockout round play-offs: €300,000
Round of 16: €600,000
Quarter-final: €1,000,000
Semi-final: €2,000,000
Runner-up: €3,000,000
Champion: €5,000,000

As you can see from the figures, Rangers will bank at least double what they would have done had they qualified for the Conference League instead of the Europa League.

Over the course of their European journey so far this season in all competitions, Rangers have earned an estimated 25million euros.

Rangers manager Philippe Clement backed his side to have an “amazing season” if they show the same togetherness that helped them to a 3-2 win over Real Betis in Seville.

Clement told Rangers TV: “It’s an amazing evening. I am really proud of the boys, they way they stuck together, the way they were brave. The things I asked – to be brave, to go with our football, create chances, score good goals, and a real top team mentality.

“That’s what we need to build on over the next couple of months. If they stick together like this every three days, you always have an amazing season.”

It was Rangers’ first away victory against Spanish opposition.

Clement said: “This is a big reference and statement also, for them and the outside, that if everyone is into the story and working hard, we are a really hard team to beat, even for top-class teams like Betis, who are in really good form and played a really good game against Real Madrid last week and could have won.

“It was the first loss in their home stadium this season. And it was also a game we had to win, a lot of pressure and the players dealt really well with it.”