But he was only awarded slightly more than £85,000 in compensation after an employment judge upheld his claim.
It comes a few days after the club announced it had paid out more than £26million over the sacking of the Italian manager and his backroom staff.
Employment Judge Andrew Glennie said: "The complaint of unfair dismissal is well founded.
"The respondent shall pay to the claimant a basic award of £1,524 and a compensatory award of £83,682, being a total of £85,206."
Last week the club's accounts showed they paid a total of £26.6m in compensation and legal costs to Conte and their former manager's backroom staff.
Judge Glennie said: "Written reasons will not be provided unless a request is presented by either party within 14 days."
The club did not contest the case that was heard in London in August and the judgement was made last Friday.