All 20 clubs receive an equal base payment from TV rights, which was worth about £84m last season and will have grown even higher this time around, with clubs then banking additional amounts depending on how often they are selected for domestic TV.
Do you get money for staying in the Premier League?
Income generated by playing in the FA Premier League Premier League clubs also get a shared slice of the money made from selling the rights to broadcast their games. This all means that there is not only a footballing incentive for teams to stay in the Premier League, but also a huge monetary one.
How much money do teams get for promotion to Premier League?
According to Deloitte, promotion to the Premier League can see an increase in revenue of between £135 million and £265 million depending on if the team can avoid an immediate return to the Championship. In recent years, the 20 Premier League clubs have shared broadcast revenue of around £2.5 billion per season.
How much money do you get for finishing 2nd in the Premier League?
1st – £44m. 2nd – £41.8m. 3rd – £39.6m. 4th – £37.4m.
What does 6th place in the Premier League get?
If either cup winner secures a European place via league finish, their spot is designated to the next ranked team, with sixth place set for the Europa League, and seventh for the Europa Conference League.
How much does the bottom team in the Premier League get?
Bottom side Norwich City earned just over £2million from their total merit payments. By contrast, Southampton stand to pocket around £3.7million. And that has a big impact at the top of the table, too. Manchester City won both this and last year's titles but their total merit payments have increased by £33million.