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Premier League generates $3.12 billion – here’s how much each football club got in the 2018/19 season

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  • Liverpool FC earn more money than any other Premier League side in the just concluded 2018-19 season.
  • The Reds bank £152.5 million compared to Man City’s £151 million with an increase in facility and merit fees for the period.
  • Business Insider SSA by Pulse’s analysis of the Premier Leagues’ 2018/19 Payment to Clubs shows that 20 clubs earn £2.46 billion (3.12 billion).

Liverpool FC earned more money than any other Premier League side for the just concluded 2018-19 season despite losing out to Manchester City in the title race.

The Reds banked £152.5 million compared to Man City’s £151 million with an increase in facility and merit fees for the period.

Business Insider Sub-Saharan Africa by Pulse’s analysis of the Premier Leagues’ 2018/19 Payment to Clubs shows that 20 clubs earned £2.46 billion.

Further analysis shows that Huddersfield Town carted away £96.6 million for the period and the lowest among the 20 EPL clubs. The club has less pay in facility and merit fees for the period.

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The top seven clubs on the Premier League revenue table for 2018/19 session include Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea (£146.03 million), Tottenham Hotspur (£145.23 million), Arsenal (£142.19 million), Manchester United (£142.51 million) and Wolverhampton Wanderers (£127,17 million).


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2018/19 Premier League Payment Article V1

The EPL revenue is shared equality every year based on UK broadcast revenues with 50% equally shared; 25% shared based on how often a club’s matches are broadcast in the UK (known as “Facility Fees”); 25% shared based on where a club finish in the league table (known as “Merit Payments”).

Others such as central commercial revenues and international broadcasting revenues are equally shared among clubs.