EPL Billions, Big Cash-Out! – How 20 Clubs Shared 2020/21 Season Prize Money   

EPL Billions, Big Cash-Out! – How 20 Clubs Shared 2020/21 Season Prize Money   


The 2020/2021 Premier league season came to a close a fortnight ago with Manchester City winning the title for the fifth time with an impressive display. Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea made it through to the Champions League while the likes of Leicester City, West Ham and Tottenham also qualified for the Europa League, Completesports.com reports.

On the other end, teams such as Sheffield United, West Brom, and Fulham were relegated from the Premier League and will be playing their football in the Championship next season.

Completesports.com’s AUGUSTINE AKHILOMEN, in this piece, investigates and reports about the earnings of all the 20 Premier League clubs from an odd season, on and off the pitch, where every side had their wallets hit by a lack of fans, leaving matchday and ticketing incomes almost completely decimated due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to a report published by Dailymail, all the teams are expected to split slightly more than £2.5billion in central funds and prize money for the 2020-21 season, with champions Manchester City set to receive around £154m and bottom-placed Sheffield United around £91m.

Good enough, all the teams in the league are rewarded for their participation, regardless of where they finished at the end of the season.

Here’s the distribution of the Premier League money among clubs.

Domestic TV Rights Breakdown

Equal Share: 50% of the total money will be be divieded equally between all the teams.

Merit Payments: The next 25% of the total money will be divided on the basis of the final positions of the team in the league table.

Merit Payments: The last 25% of the total money will be divided on the basis of how many times the team’s match was shown live.

International Broadcast Revenues

All the International money will be divided equally between all the teams in the league.
So the premier league prize money pool for 2020-21 will be arranged with two portions of money.

Each club is given an equal share of £34m from the domestic TV deal, with an extra facility fee depending on how many times they were broadcast. They also received a £5m share of commercial revenue each and an equal share of £43m each from International TV rights.

Overseas TV rights were previously distributed as equal shares by the Premier League, but this was changed in the 2019-22 deal. Clubs will continue to share current levels of overseas revenue equally, but any increase will be distributed based on their position in the league.

 

Journalist, Nick Harris (@SportingIntel),  has provided a thorough breakdown (See Below) of the total prize money received by the 20 teams in the Premier League.

Note: These are just estimated earnings based on league positions including equal share between all 20 Premier League clubs followed by facilities, merit share, international TV rights and commercial revenue.

1. Manchester City
Actual League Position: 1st
No. Of Paid TV Games: 25
Estimated Prize Money: £161.7m
Estimated Rebate: £7.8m
Total: £153.9m

2019-20 payment: £168.3m
Difference: -£14.4m

2. Manchester United
Actual League Position: 2nd
No. Of Paid TV Games: 27
Estimated Prize Money: £160.9million
Estimated Rebate: £7.4million
Total: £153.5m

2019-20 payment: £166.2million
Difference: -11.9m

3. Chelsea
Actual League Position: 4th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 27
Estimated Prize Money: £158.2m
Estimated Rebate: £7.3m
Total: £150.9m

2019-20 payment: £160.9m
Difference: -£10m

4. Liverpool
Actual League Position: 3rd
No. Of Paid TV Games: 28
Estimated Prize Money: £156.5m
Estimated Rebate: £8.2m
Total: £148.3m

2019-20 payment: £174.6m
Difference: -£26.3m

5. West Ham
Actual League Position: 6th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 24
Estimated Prize Money: £147.4m
Estimated Rebate: £3.9m
Total: £143.5m

2019-20 payment: £113.4m
Difference: +£30.1m

 

6. Leicester City
Actual League Position: 5th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 22
Estimated Prize Money: £148.2m
Estimated Rebate: £6.9m
Total: £141.3m

2019-20 payment: £147.4m
Difference: -£6.1m

7. Tottenham
Actual League Position: 7th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 25
Estimated Prize Money: £145.7m
Estimated Rebate: £6.3m
Total: £139.4m

2019-20 payment:  £155.6m
Difference: -£16.2m

8. Leeds United
Actual League Position: 9th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 26
Estimated Prize Money: £138.6m
Estimated Rebate: N/A
Total: £138.6m

9. Arsenal
Actual League Position: 8th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 26
Estimated Prize Money: £141.2m
Estimated Rebate: £6.2m
Total: £135m

 

 

 

2019-20 payment: £148.2m
Difference: -£13.2m

10. Everton
Actual League Position: 10th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 21
Estimated Prize Money: £139.3m
Estimated Rebate: £4.9m
Total: £134.4m

2019-20 payment: £128.2m
Difference: +£6.2m

11. Aston Villa
Actual League Position: 11th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 15
Estimated Prize Money: £125.6m
Estimated Rebate: £3.4m
Total: £122.2m

2019-20 payment: £106.1m
Difference: +£16.1m

12. Wolves
Actual League Position: 13th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 18
Estimated Prize Money: £125.8m
Estimated Rebate: £5.9m
Total: £119.9m

2019-20 payment: £141.1m
Difference: -£21.2m

13. Newcastle United
Actual League Position: 12th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 22
Estimated Prize Money: £121.4m
Estimated Rebate: £4.5m
Total: £116.9m

2019-20 payment: £126m
Difference: -£9.1m

14. Crystal Palace
Actual League Position: 14th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 15
Estimated Prize Money: £120.3m
Estimated Rebate: £4.0m
Total: £116.3m

2019-20 payment: £115.6m
Difference: +£0.7m

15. Southampton
Actual League Position: 15th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 14
Estimated Prize Money: £116.7m
Estimated Rebate: £5.0m
Total: £111.7m

2019-20 payment: £123.1m
Difference: £11.4m

16. Brighton
Actual League Position: 16th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 14
Estimated Prize Money: £111.3m
Estimated Rebate: £3.8m
Total: £107.5m

2019-20 payment: £113.5m
Difference: -£6m

17. Burnley
Actual League Position: 17th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 12
Estimated Prize Money: £106.8m
Estimated Rebate: £5.1m
Total: £101.7m

2019-20 payment: £127.3m
Difference: -£25.6m

18. Fulham
Actual League Position: 18th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 16
Estimated Prize Money: £107.8m
Estimated Rebate: £0.9m
Total: £106.9m

19. West Brom
Actual League Position: 19th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 13
Estimated Prize Money: £102.4m
Estimated Rebate: £0.7m
Total: £101.7m

20. Sheffield United
Actual League Position: 20th
No. Of Paid TV Games: 10
Estimated Prize Money: £96.9m
Estimated Rebate: £5.9m
Total: £91m

2019-20 payment: £132.6m
Difference: £41.6m

Premier League prize money 2020/21 Disbursements 

1st – Man City – £38m

2nd – Man Utd – £36m

3rd – Liverpool – £34m

4th – Chelsea – £32m

5th – Leicester – £30m

6th – West Ham – £28m

7th – Tottenham – £27m

8th – Arsenal – £24m

9th – Leeds – £23m

10th – Everton – £21m

11th – Aston Villa – £19m

12th – Newcastle – £17m

13th – Wolves – £15m

14th – Crystal Palace – £13m

15th – Southampton – £11m

16th – Brighton – £10m

17th – Burnley – £8.5m

18th – Fulham – £6m

19th – West Brom – £4m

20th – Sheffield United – £2.5m

 

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Source: Complete Sports

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