They claimed the socialist politician – who has called member states to make higher financial contributions – was setting a “bad example”.
Mr Schulz is head of the EU Parliament
His excessive staff team boasts of five press officers, a spokesman, two diary assistants and even two ushers dressed in black tails to greet guests – which is believed to cost the taxpayer more than £1million.
The report said: “This sets a bad example for cost reduction and fiscal responsibility within Parliament.”
Mr Farage said: “The Queen of Sheba probably had less staff, certainly less chauffeurs.
“I can’t decide if Martin Schulz is a Bollinger Bolshevik or a Foie Gras Federalist.
“What this report shows is that the president of the European Parliament is greedy for EU gravy. He loves the EU because it’s good for him personally.”
Mr Farage blasted Mr Schulz over his bloated team
He said: “Two drivers are needed to meet the high mobility requirements of the president which would not be possible with one driver while at the same time following legislation on rest time.
“Two cars are needed because there are many times when the president travels one part of a journey by car, then takes a plane or train, and then still needs a car when he arrives at his destination.
“If we had only one car, then Parliament would need to hire a car for the second part of this mission.”
The press officer claimed the politician employed fewer staff than his two predecessors.
Schulz has two limousines
Around 13,000 EU employees were given the credit cards – meaning they spent an average of £6,000 each in 2013.
The majority of cardholders were based in Belgium but 143 UK-based officials spent £36,000 – or £250 each.
But EU sources refused to disclose how much of the £85.9million was claimed back in expenses – because it would involve “lengthy and costly” research.