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Premier League 2017 Prize Money Distribution & Breakdown 16/17

Premier League 2017 Prize Money

Premier League 2017 Prize Money

Premier League 2017 Prize Money Distribution & Breakdown 16/17? Premier League Prize Money? What is the Premier League 2017 Prize Money Distribution & Breakdown 16/17? EPL Prize money for winners? How much will Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United get in prize money?

How much prize money will each team get at the end of this Premier League season?

Have you ever wanted to find out how much the Premier League 2017 Prize Money is? If you have, then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Premier League 2017 Prize Money Distribution!

List of English Premier League (EPL) Prize Money Distribution 2016/17 Season

How much is the Premier League 2017 Prize Money Distribution & Breakdown 16/17? Previously known as the Barclay’s Premiership due to sponsorship reasons, The BPL was won by Leicester City last season after a shock season for the Foxes. They ran out with a 10 point lead ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham, no one could catch them.

How Premier League TV Rights Money Distribution Among 20 Clubs

The total money from 3 year deal of both domestic and overseas is divided into three parts, one part for each of the three seasons the deal is active for.

So the total money from current domestic (£5.136 billion) and oversees (£3.2 billion) three year deal (2016-2019) is around £8.36 billion, the total TV money is then spread equally into three seasons which is around £2.6 billion and that makes the yearly prize money fund for the Premier League teams.

Premier League Prize Money 2016-17 Fund

The yearly prize money fund comes in two portions. 1) Domestic TV Rights Money. 2) Oversees TV Rights Money.

A. DOMESTIC TV MONEY B. OVERSEES TV MONEY
1. 50% is shared equally 100% shared equally 
2. 25% is merit money  
3. 25% is facility fee  

Premier League Prize Money Pool For 2016-17 Season

So the total money from both domestic and oversees three tv deals combined is around £8 billion. Which will be divided into three parts making prize money pool for each of the three seasons under the current TV deal period 2017-2020.

Thats around £2.6 billion a season to be distributed among premier league clubs (part of it will be used as parachute payments to relegated clubs). So the prize money pool for 2016-17 season will be around £2.5 billion and here is how the distribution model works in premier league.

So the premier league prize money pool for 2016-17 will be setup with two portions of money.

A)  Domestic TV Money (£1.8 billion)

The domestic portion of the money will be divided among 20 clubs according to following model.

  1. 50% divided equally (Thats around £38 million each for all 20 clubs)
  2. 25% Merit based: divided according to final league position in 2016-17 season (Thats around £2 million for 20th place team rising higher by £2m for every position all the way to £24 million for the champiosn)
  3. 25% is divided as facility fee: to all clubs depending on how many times teams match was shown live. (thats around £1 million for every live game or guaranteed £10m if a team only had 10 or less live matches)

B) Oversees TV Money (around £1 billion)

Oversees TV money is divided equally between all 20 clubs and for 2016-17 season all premier league clubs will get around £47 million each from this portion.

Premier League Prize Money 2016/2017 (Final table)

Premier League 2017 Prize Money? Here is the confirmed Premier League Prize Money Table For 2016-2017:

NO# CLUB EQUAL SHARE MERIT BASED FACILITY FEE TOTAL
1 Chelsea £85m £40m £25m (25 matches) £150m
2 Tottenham
£85m £38m £22m (22 matches) £145m
3 Manchester City £85m £36m £25m (25 matches) £146m
4 Liverpool £85m £34m £23m (23 matches) £142m
5 Arsenal
£85m £32m £25m (25 matches) £142m
6 Manchester United £85m £30m £27m (27 matches) £142m
7 Everton £85m £28m £17m (17 matches) £130m
8 Southampton £85m £26m £12m (12 matches) £123m
9 Bournemouth £85m £24m £10m (10 matches) £119m
10 West Brom £85m £22m £14m (14 matches) £121m
11 West Ham £85m £20m £10m (10 matches) £115m
12 Leicester City £85m £18m £12m (12 matches) £115m
13 Stoke City £85m £16m £10m (9 matches) £111m
14 Crystal Palace £85m £14m £17m (17 matches) £116m
15 Swansea £85m £12m £10m (10 matches) £107m
16 Burnley £85m £10m £11m (11 matches) £106m
17 Watford £85m £8m £15m (15 matches) £108m
18 Hull City £85m £6m £10m (9 matches) £101m
19 Middlesbrough £85m £4m £10m (10 matches) £99m
20 Sunderland
£85m £2m £11m (11 matches) £98m

Premier League Prize Money Table 2015/16 Season (Confirmed)

Here is the confirmed Premier League Prize Money Table For 2015-2016

NO# CLUB EQUAL SHARE MERIT BASED FACILITY FEE TOTAL
1 Leicester City
£55.5m £24.7m £12.8m (15 matches) £93m
2 Arsenal £55.5m £23.5m £21.8m (27 matches) £100.8m
3 Tottenham £55.5m £22.2m £17.3m (21 matches) £95m
4 Man City
£55.5m £21m £20.3m (25 matches) £96.8m
5 Manchester United*
£55.5m £19.8m £21m (26 matches) £96.3m
6 Southampton £55.5m £18.5m £10.5m (12 matches) £84.5m
7 West Ham £55.5m £17.3m £12.8m (15 matches) £85.6m
8 Liverpool £55.5m £16.1m £18.8m (23 matches) £90.4m
9 Stoke City
£55.5m £14.8m £8.75m (8 matches) £79m
10 Chelsea £55.5m £13.6m £18m (22 matches) £87.1m
11 Everton £55.5m £12.4m £15m (18 matches) £82.9m
12 Swansea City £55.5m £11.1m £8.75m (10 matches) £75.3m
13 Watford £55.5m £9.9m £8.75m (8 matches) £74.1m
14 West Brom £55.5m £8.7m £8.75m (8 matches) £73m
15 Crystal Palace £55.5m £7.4m £9.5m (11 matches) £72.4m
16 Bournemouth £55.5m £6.2m £8.75m (9 matches) £70.4m
17 Sunderland £55.5m £4.9m £11.3m (13 matches) £71.7m
18 Newcastle Utd £55.5m £3.7m £13.5m (16 matches) £72.7m
19 Norwich City £55.5m £2.5m £8.75m (8 matches) £66.7m
20 Aston Villa
£55.5m £1.236m £9.5m (11 matches) £66.2m

Premier League Prize Money Table 2014/15 Season (Confirmed)

Here is the confirmed Premier League Prize Money Table For 2014-2015

 NO#  CLUB EQUAL SHARE MERIT BASED  FACILITY FEE TOTAL
1 Chelsea  £54.1m £24.7m £19.98m (25 matches) £98.99m
2 Man City  £54.1m £23.5m £20.72m (26 matches) £98.5m
3 Arsenal  £54.1m £22.2m £19.98m (25 matches) £96.5m
4 Manchester United  £54.1m £21m £21.47m (27 matches) £96.75m
5 Tottenham  £54.1m £19.8m £14.75m (18 matches) £88.7m
6 Liverpool  £54.1m £18.5m £19.98m (25 matches) £92.7m
7 Southampton  £54.1m £17.3m £11m (13 matches) £82.5m
8 Swansea City  £54.1m £16.1m £10.2m (12 matches) £80.5m
9 Stoke City  £54.1m £14.8m £8.75m (9 matches) £77.8m
10 Crystal Palace  £54.1m £13.6m £9.5m (11 matches) £77.35m
11 Everton  £54.1m £12.4m £14m (17 matches) £77.65m
12 West Ham  £54.1m £11.1m £11m (13 matches) £76.33m
13 West Brom  £54.1m £9.9m £8.75m (10 matches) £72.8m
14 Leicester City  £54.1m £8.7m £8.75m (8 matches) £71.6m
15 Newcastle United  £54.1m £7.4m £16.2m (20 matches) £77.8m
16 Sunderland  £54.1m £6.2m £9.52m (11 matches) £69.8m
17 Aston Villa  £54.1m £4.9m £9.52m (11 matches) £68.6m
18 Hull City  £54.1m £3.7m £8.75m (8 matches) £66.6m
19 Burnley  £54.1m £2.5m £8.75m (8 matches) £65.3m
20 QPR £54.1m £1.236m £9.52m (11 matches) £64.8m

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