Footy In A Week


Premier League prize money
May 9, 2006, 1:20 am
Filed under: Premier League

Ever wondered what's the prize money for winning the Premier League title? here's a list of the prize money for this season that clubs earned for their final position.

Finishing Pos. Club

Prize Money 2005-06

1 Chelsea

£9,669,220

2 Manchester United

£9,214,259

3 Liverpool

£8,729,298

4 Arsenal

£8,244,337

5 Tottenham Hotspur

£7,759,376

6 Blackburn Rovers

£7,274,415

7 Newcastle United

£6,789,454

8 Bolton Wanderers

£6,304,493

9 West Ham United

£5,819,532

10 Wigan Athletic

£5,334,571

11 Everton

£4,849,610

12 Fulham

£4,364,649

13 Charlton Athletic

£3,879,688

14 Middlesbrough

£3,394,727

15 Manchester City

£2,909,766

16 Aston Villa

£2,424,805

17 Portsmouth

£1,939,844

18 Birmingham City

£1,454,883

19 West Bromwich Albion

£969,922

20 Sunderland

£484,961

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3 Comments so far
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wow
i thought it would be a lot higher
the premier league is worth over 1billion pounds for 3 years (thats what sky paid the FA to get some TV rights, not all) its closer to 2 billion, making it the most expensive in the world, by far, clubs should get more from that money
the champions league alone pay lots more for the winner (almost 25 million pounds for the winner alone, that includes bonuses from the begining of the tournament)

and yo, how did u copy that table?

Comment by Yazeed

As far as I know, the TV revenue is sperate from the prize money and is distributed between the clubs after the season finishes.

Comment by Carlsb3rg

[…] Two days ago I posted about how much English clubs earn for their final positions in the League. The numbers below are closer figures for what the clubs really earn, which includes the prize money posted before, plus TV revenue. […]

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