Premier League prize money: How much can each team earn in the 2023/24 season? | The Sun

PREMIER LEAGUE clubs are guaranteed to earn a fortune simply from being in England's top flight.

But how much can each team stand to make in the 2023-24 campaign?

Premier League prize money explained

Midway through the 2010s, the Premier League stopped publicising how much each club would make in TV revenue.

But as the breakdown is known, the figures can be calculated.

Taking into account equal shares as well as merit payments, the champions would stand to make a basic £143,320,000.

They would then make more, depending on how many times they were selected for TV.

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Each time a team is on TV in the Premier League, they stand to receive a £1.2m "facility fee".

Premier League prize money position breakdown

Each team receives £31million in equal shares of the domestic TV revenue.

They then receive a merit payment, which is determined by where they finish in the table.

The basic domestic merit share for the team that comes 20th is worth approximately £1,688,958.

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For each place up the table a team finishes, their domestic merit share goes up by another £1,688,958.

This means that the team that finishes top, in last season's case Manchester City, would receive £33,760,000 in domestic merit payments.

Clubs also receive around a £63m share from overseas deals.

The team in 20th is then paid a further £478,000 in overseas merit payments – going up by the same sum for every place higher in the table a team finishes.

This means that Man City will have received approximately £9,560,000 in overseas merit payments last season.

Teams then receive a further £6m in central payments.

The rest of their money is then determined by how many times they are selected to be on TV.

For each Premier League match a club has broadcast, they receive a £1.2m facility fee.

It is thought Man City earned about £172m in the Premier League last season, taking into account revenue per broadcast match as well.

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Last season each club's TV money, not taking into account their respective facility fees, will have looked like this:

  1. Man City £143,320,000
  2. Arsenal £141,154,000
  3. Man Utd £138,988,000
  4. Newcastle £136,822,000
  5. Liverpool £134,656,000
  6. Brighton £132,490,000
  7. Aston Villa £130,324,000
  8. Tottenham £128,158,000
  9. Brentford £125992,000
  10. Fulham £123,826,000
  11. Crystal Palace £121,660,000
  12. Chelsea £119,494,000
  13. Wolves £117,328,000
  14. West Ham £115,162,000
  15. Bournemouth £112,996,000
  16. Nottingham Forest £110,830,000
  17. Everton £108,664,000
  18. Leicester £106,498,000
  19. Leeds £104,332,000
  20. Southampton £102,166,000

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