Premier League TV + Prize Money Breakdown Table 2014

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Friday, July 25th, 2014 | 0

With the massive TV rights sale of premier league all the 20 clubs in the league will get massive increase in yearly payouts from from tv & prize money. Premier League has confirmed the merit money of £1.2 million for every place a club finishes higher, for example Cardiff City will get merit money of £1.2 million while Fulham will get £2.4 million for finishing 20th and 19th respectively. The league champions at the end of the season will get £24 million just in merit money.

The domestic TV rights money is shared equaly between clubs which is suppose to be around £23 million for every club (it is not confirmed by premier league yet) plus the equal distribution of overseas tv rights money which will be £32 million for every club so thats £55 million just in tv money for every premier league side.

In addition to that clubs will get £750,000 for every time their match is shown live in UK or £7.5m minimum for whole season. We have calculated all the teams live matches (on either sky or BT) and you can find the details below. If city were to win the Premier League title they will pocket around £96 million which include £24million prize money, £55 million of tv money (the equal share) plus £18.7 million for facility fee as their 25 matches were shown live.

[ Below is the breakdown of tv money, the bottom side Cardiff City will be getting around £63.7m which is almost £3 million more than what manchester united got after winning the league. ]

Premier League TV & Prize Money Breakdown Between 20 Clubs
1 Manchester City £24.0m £55m 25*£750k=£18.7m £97.7m
2 Liverpool £22.8m £55m 28*750k=£21.0m £98.8m
3 Chelsea £21.6m £55m 24*750k=£18.0m £94.6m
4 Arsenal £20.4m £55m 25*750k=£18.7m £93.4m
5 Everton £19.2m £55m 16*750k=£12.0m £86.2m
6 Tottenham £18.0m £55m 23*750k=£17.3m £90.3m
7 Manchester United £16.8m £55m 25*750k=£18.7m £90.5m
8 Southampton £15.6m £55m £7.5m (10 matches) £78.5m
9 Newcastle United £14.4m £55m 14*750k=£10.5m £79.5m
10 Stoke City £13.2m £55m £7.5m (5 matches) £75.7m
11 Crystal Palace £12.0m £55m £7.5m (10matches) £74.5m
12 West Ham United £10.8m £55m 15*750k=£11.3m £77.1m
13 Swansea City £9.6m £55m 13*750k=£9.7m £74.3m
14 Sunderland £8.4m £55m 13*750k=£9.7m £73.1m
15 Aston Villa £7.2m £55m 15*750k=£11.3m £73.5m
16 Hull City £6.0m £55m £7.5m (9 matches) £68.5m
17 West Brom £4.8m £55m £7.5m (8 matches) £67.3m
18 Norwich City £3.6m £55m £7.5m (9 matches) £66.1m
19 Fulham £2.4m £55m £7.5m (7 matches) £64.9m
20 Cardiff City £1.2m £55m £7.5m (7 matches) £63.7m


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