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How much is the La Liga 2018 Prize Money Distribution & Breakdown 17/18? Previously known as the BBVA due to sponsorship reasons from Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria.
The BBVA was won by FC Barclona last season and they won the title with a 1 point lead ahead of Real Madrid. This season is looks like Real Madrid is going to win the Spanish La Liga title.
Spanish La Liga has signed a new collective TV rights deal for the spanish division 1 which will come into play starting from 2017-18 season. Unlike the previous seasons, 2017-18 La Liga season will see a lot more balanced distribution of La Liga tv and central sponsorship money.
However, Real Madrid and Barcelona are both set to keep their usual earnings under the new system as well. Below is the entire prize money distribution system and how much every club in spanish top flight will earn this season.
This is how the how the new TV money distribution system works:
Unlike the previous model, every top division club had to negotiate their own TV rights deals but La Liga passed historic bill in 2015 which ensured collective sale of La Liga tv rights both domestically and oversees.
Telefonica, Movistar bought the domestic live tv rights for around €1.89 billion in 3 year deal while mediapro also splashed out €750 million for three years making it a total of €2.65 billion (£1.8 billion) over three year domestic deals.
La Liga are selling collective TV rights in oversees markets around the world. They increased their oversees TV money compared to previous deals.
2017-18 distribution model: With the new TV money distribution model, La Liga will put both domestic and oversees yearly TV money in one pot from which 10% will be allocated for division 2 teams. While rest of the 90% will be distributed according to following model.
|DOMESTIC & OVERSEES TV MONEY
|1.||50% is shared equally|
|2.||25% is merit money|
|3.||25% is resource money|
1. Equal-share: 50% will be distributed equally between all 20 top flight clubs
2. Merit-Money: 25% will be distributed according to league positions based on last 5 years.
3. Resources-Generation: 25% will be distributed according to each team’s capacity of generating resourses for examble number of official club members, season tickets sold, attendance etc.
So the total money from both domestic and oversees three tv deals combined is around €2.65 billion (£1.8 billion). Which they will divide into three parts making prize money pool for each of the three seasons under the current TV deal period 2016-2019.
They will distribute around €0.83 billion (£0.6 billion) a season among La Liga clubs (10 % will go for La Liga 2 clubs). So the prize money pool for 2017-18 season will be around €1 billion (£0.7 billion) and here is how the distribution model works in La Liga.
So the La Liga prize money pool for 2017-18 will be setup with two portions of money.
They divide the money equally between all 20 clubs and for 2017-18 season all La Liga clubs will get around €50 million each from this portion.
La Liga 2018 Prize Money? Here is the confirmed La Liga Prize Money Table For 2017-2018:
|NO#||CLUBS||EQUAL SHARE||MERIT & RESOURCES||TOTAL|
|1||FC Barcelona||€50m||€40m + €60m||€150m|
|2||Atletico Madrid||€50m||€38m + €60m||€148m|
|3||Real Madrid||€50m||€36m + €30m||€116m|
|4||Valencia||€50m||€34m + €25m||€109m|
|5||Villarreal||€50m||€32m + €20m||€102m|
|6||Real Betis||€50m||€30m + €15m||€95m|
|7||Sevilla||€50m||€28m + €20m||€98m|
|8||Getafe||€50m||€26m + €18m||€94m|
|9||Eibar||€50m||€24m + €20m||€94m|
|10||Girona||€50m||€22m + €16m||€88m|
|11||Espanyol||€50m||€20m + €15m||€85m|
|12||Real Sociedad||€50m||€18m + €20m||€88m|
|13||Celta Vigo||€50m||€16m + €15m||€81m|
|14||Celta Vigo||€50m||€14m + €15m||€79m|
|15||Alaves||€50m||€12m + €12m||€74m|
|16||Levante||€50m||€10m + €20m||€80m|
|17||Leganes||€50m||€8m + €18m||€76m|
|18||Deportivo||€50m||€6m + €12m||€68m|
|19||Las Palmas||€50m||€4m + €9m||€63m|
|20||Malaga||€50m||€2m + € 10m||€62m|
With the previous system the top clubs tv rights money and bottom clubs was huge with Real Madrid and Barcelona pocketing as much as €140 million each with their individual deals. While bottom clubs like Las Palmas could barely make €18 million in tv rights money.
But a collective deal will enable even the bottom sides to make as much as €60 million per season. Also the new deal has a clause where Real Madrid and Barcelona won’t take any hit in their TV rights revenue. This enables them to continue earning in the region of €140 million a per.
Here is the confirmed La Liga Prize Money Table For 2015-2016
Team Prize Money (million €)
Barcelona 140 million
Real Madrid 140 million
Valencia 48 million
Atletico Madrid 42 million
Sevilla 32 million
Athletic Bilbao 32 million
Villarreal 32 million
Real Betis 30 million
Espanyol 28 million
Real Sociedad 25 million
Malaga 25 million
Getafe 25 million
Osasuna 22 million
Celta de Vigo 22 millon
Levante 22 million
Granada 18 million
Valladiod 18 million
Rayo Volcano 18 million
Almeria 18 million
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