The Premier League Prize Money Table: See How Many Millions Your Club Made

money table 600x712 The Premier League Prize Money Table: See How Many Millions Your Club Made

Now that the 2012-13 Premier League season is over and the final places in the division have been decided, we now know how much each club made this season based on their final league position, how much money they made from live TV appearances (based on UK television, where not all games are televised) and the £33 million that each club receives equally (based on £13.7m for UK TV income, and £18.7 from foreign TV income).

Next season, the amount of revenue generated by each Premier League will be far greater based on the new TV deals that go into effect, for the seasons 2013-16. For 2013-14, the title winning side is expected to net over £100 million for the first time in Premier League history.

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5 Responses to The Premier League Prize Money Table: See How Many Millions Your Club Made

  1. jtm371 says:

    would have thought more than 700k difference between Champ and second place team.

  2. ijeoma philip ejike says:

    It is incredible what has been achieved by you guys! By the way I just lost my dad today and its very painful.

    • charles says:

      sorry Ijeoma and may God see u through this period stay strong i believe he’s gone to a better place

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