Jumbo-Visma has collected almost 350,000 euros in prize money during the Tour de France.
Only UAE Emirates from Tour winner Tadej Pogacar earned more.
The team from the United Arab Emirates has collected no less than 624,230 euros in the past three weeks.
By winning the yellow jersey, Pogacar already earned 500,000 euros.
The Slovenian, who turned 22 on Monday, also won the mountains classification (25,000 euros in prize money) and the youth classification (20,000 euros).
The prize money is paid by the Tour organization to the rider himself.
In cycling it is common for the leaders to share the income with their teammates.
As number two in the final classification, Primoz Roglic earned 200,000 euros for Jumbo-Visma and the seventh place for Tom Dumoulin yielded 11,500 euros.
The Dutch team won three stages, each worth 11,000 euros.
Roglic also wore the yellow jersey for eleven days, which yielded 500 euros a day.
Prize money per team Tour de France 2020
1. UAE Emirates: 624,230 euros
2. Jumbo-Visma: 342,860 euros
3. Movistar: 166,790 euros
4. Trek-Segafredo: 162,350 euros
5. Bahrain-McLaren: 113,200 euros
6. Sunweb: 111,860 euros
7. Deceuninck-Quick-Step: 109,380 euros
8. EF Pro Cycling: 74,890 euros
9. BORA-hansgrohe: 72,720 euros
10. INEOS Grenadiers: 72,100 euros
11. Astana: 72,080 euros
12. CCC: 48,810 euros
13. AG2R La Mondiale: 43,450 euros
14. B&B Hotels: 39,330 euros
15. Lotto Soudal: 38,150 euros
16. Mitchelton-SCOTT: 36,180 euros
17. Cofidis: 34,840 euros
18. Groupama-FDJ: 33,480 euros
19. Israel Start-Up Nation: 22,120 euros
20. Total Direct Energy: 20,820 euros
21. NTT: 20,760 euros
22. Arkéa-Samsic EUR 15,800
In total almost 2.3 million euros in prize money
In total, Tour organization ASO paid out 2,293,000 euros in prize money.
This amounts to a minimal increase compared to a year earlier.
Riders also earn modest amounts of intermediate sprints, climbs through mountain tops and places of honor in stages.
Arkéa-Samsic managed to bring in the least money of all 22 participating teams.
The team of leaders Nairo Quintana (seventeenth in the final classification) and Warren Barguil (fourteenth) took home 15,800 euros.
INEOS Grenadiers, the richest squad in the peloton, is only 10th in the prize money rankings.
The British formation saw defending champion Egan Bernal give up and earned only 72,100 euros.