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The Premier League have announced its UK broadcast, international TV and commercial revenue payments to clubs for 2018-19, with Liverpool leading the way having banked a cool £152.4million.  

So even if you finish bottom you are looking at about £100m coming in.

 

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/premier-league-prize-money-2018-16190849

  • TOTAL PAYMENTS

  • Liverpool - £152.43million

  • Manchester City - £150.97million

  • Chelsea - £146.03million

  • Tottenham Hotspur - £145.23million

  • Manchester United - £142.51million

  • Arsenal - £142.19million

  • Everton - £128.60million

  • Wolves - £127.17million

  • Leicester City - £123.33million

  • West Ham United - £122.53million

  • Newcastle United - £120.13million

  • Crystal Palace - £114.22million

  • Watford - £113.90million

  • Bournemouth - £108.14million

  • Burnley - £107.34million

  • Brighton - £105.734million

  • Southampton - £104.30million

  • Cardiff City - £102.70million

  • Fulham - £101.90million

  • Huddersfield Town - £96.63million

 

Edited by iansheff

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9 minutes ago, iansheff said:

The Premier League have announced its UK broadcast, international TV and commercial revenue payments to clubs for 2018-19, with Liverpool leading the way having banked a cool £152.4million.  

So even if you finish bottom you are looking at about £100m coming in.

 

https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/premier-league-prize-money-2018-16190849

  • TOTAL PAYMENTS

  • Liverpool - £152.43million

  • Manchester City - £150.97million

  • Chelsea - £146.03million

  • Tottenham Hotspur - £145.23million

  • Manchester United - £142.51million

  • Arsenal - £142.19million

  • Everton - £128.60million

  • Wolves - £127.17million

  • Leicester City - £123.33million

  • West Ham United - £122.53million

  • Newcastle United - £120.13million

  • Crystal Palace - £114.22million

  • Watford - £113.90million

  • Bournemouth - £108.14million

  • Burnley - £107.34million

  • Brighton - £105.734million

  • Southampton - £104.30million

  • Cardiff City - £102.70million

  • Fulham - £101.90million

  • Huddersfield Town - £96.63million

 

Omg, no wonder teams want to be promoted.When you have a season like Huddersfield just had and still get a handout of almost 100 millon.

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1 minute ago, Ontarian1981 said:

Omg, no wonder teams want to be promoted.When you have a season like Huddersfield just had and still get a handout of almost 100 millon.

It is ridiculous the money they get, Fulham spent about £105m on transfers so in effect with this money they only spent about £4m.

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2 hours ago, iansheff said:

It is ridiculous the money they get, Fulham spent about £105m on transfers so in effect with this money they only spent about £4m.

Plus wages, makes a much bigger spend.

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I read Leicester are scouting a star player from A.C Milan.

 

This is where we are going no question.

 

Mid range and even lower EPL teams are able to offer bigger wages to the best players from whatever other team or league.

 

The money is not coming from England but from the international community who pay billions to watch the EPL.

 

I am in Australia and the media here gives 90 percent of their coverage to the EPL.

 

The others leagues combined are lucky to get 10 percent.

 

Fewer and fewer English born players are an obvious consequence.

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On 24/05/2019 at 16:17, MAC33 said:

The money is not coming from England but from the international community who pay billions to watch the EPL.

Not really, both bring in huge amounts but it's still the domestic rights that bring in the largest amount.

 

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On 24/05/2019 at 16:17, MAC33 said:

I read Leicester are scouting a star player from A.C Milan.

 

This is where we are going no question.

 

Mid range and even lower EPL teams are able to offer bigger wages to the best players from whatever other team or league.

 

The money is not coming from England but from the international community who pay billions to watch the EPL.

 

I am in Australia and the media here gives 90 percent of their coverage to the EPL.

 

The others leagues combined are lucky to get 10 percent.

 

Fewer and fewer English born players are an obvious consequence.

AC Milan have come 6th this season and haven't won the league since 2011. Leicester won the league in 2016.

 

Just saying.

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