Well the 26th season of Premier League is currently underway in Europe and the officials of Premier League have finally announced the amount of prize money for season 2022. Along with these details Premier League have also revealed the money distribution among the teams in terms of TV funds.
Premier League management have made massive increment in the prize money of this event as the winner of this tournament will be awarded by £150 million whereas the runner ups will take £ 100 million.
Premier League with huge fans following succeed to attract many multi sports channels who not only provide Live Coverage of this tournament but all sponsor different football clubs. Back in 2015 after making huge bid of £ 5.136 million Skysports and BT Sports had earned the broadcasting rights of Premier League for three years in Europe.
Whereas the Live Telecast of this tournament in other regions of the world will summit total of £8.5 million to the TV income of Premier League. In current season 2022 Premier League have earned record amount of £ 150 million in terms of TV income.
In last season on the behalf of very impressive performance Leicester City succeed to won the title of champions and they had earned £ 93 millions as prize money. But in current season the prize money of Premier League is increased to 150 Million for the winning side.
The total amount for Premier League including TV funds is nearly £8 Million for three years which includes both domestic and overseas matches. So the calculation shows in each season £ 2.6 million will be distributed among the participating clubs of this event in terms of TV funds.
The top 20 clubs of premier League will earn 50 % equal amount which is approx 30 Million during domestic matches. Whereas 25 % of the TV fund amount will be distributed on the behalf of the performances and positions of clubs on score board whereas the other 25% will be divided on the ratio of matches shown Live on TV.
Premier League Overseas TV Money
The overseas matches of all 20 emerging clubs of Premier League includes £ 47 Million and this amount will be distributed equally among the clubs of this event.
|NO#||CLUB||EQUAL SHARE||MERIT BASED||FACILITY FEE||TOTAL|
|1||Manchester City||£84.4m||£38.4m||£33.2m (27 matches)||£186m|
||£84.4m||£36.5m||£38.1m (31 matches)||£179m|
|3||Liverpool||£84.4m||£34.6m||£30.7m (25 matches)||£158.7m|
||£84.4m||£32.6m||£30.7m (25 matches)||£161.7m|
||£84.4m||£30.7m||£33.2m (27 matches)||£152.3m|
|6||Arsenal||£84.4m||£28.8m||£33.2m (27 matches)||£146.4m|
|7||Burnley||£84.4m||£26.9m||£12.3m (10 matches)||£123.6m|
|8||Leicester City||£84.4m||£25m||£19.6m (16 matches)||£129m|
||£84.4m||£23.1m||£22.1m (18 matches)||£129.6m|
|10||Watford||£84.4m||£21.1m||£16m (13 matches)||£121.5m|
|11||Bournmouth||£84.4m||£19.2m||£16m (13 matches)||£119.6m|
|12||Brighton & Hove||£84.4m||£17.3m||£12.3m (10 matches)||£114m|
|13||West Ham||£84.4m||£15.4m||£18.4m (15 matches)||£118.2m|
|14||Huddersfield Town||£84.4m||£13.4m||£12.3m (10 matches)||£110.1m|
|15||Newcastle United||£84.4m||£11.5m||£19.6m (16 matches)||£115.5m|
|16||Southampton||£84.4m||£9.6m||£18.4m (15 matches)||£112.4m|
|17||Crystal Palace||£84.4m||£7.7m||£17.2m (14 matches)||£109.3m|
|18||Swansea City||£84.4m||£5.8m||£12.3m (10 matches)||£102.5m|
|19||Stoke City||£84.4m||£3.8m||£12.3m (10 matches)||£100.5m|
||£84.4m||£1.9m||£13.5m (11 matches)||£99.8m|
In last season the winners of Premier League Chelsea along with prize money also earned 150 million in terms of TV funds and in current season this amount will be dual for the winning club of Premier League 2017-18.