Saturday 22 October 2016

Chelsea earn £99m in revenue from the Premier League after title success

Published 03/06/2015 | 08:29

Chelsea have received nearly £100million from the Premier League
Chelsea have received nearly £100million from the Premier League

Chelsea were awarded almost £99million last season by the Premier League as they claimed the title for the first time in five years.

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Around a quarter of that cash came from prize money for finishing top of the table but the largest amount came from overseas broadcast rights, with all 20 top-flight clubs receiving over £27.5million from that stream.

All clubs also received nearly £22million as an equal split of 50 per cent of the domestic broadcast deal, with 25 per cent of that going to prize money and the other 25 per cent going to the facility fees a club receives when they are shown on television.

Manchester United were the biggest earners from facility fees with their 27 live TV appearances bringing in just under £21.5million.

Central commercial revenue is also split equally between the clubs with each club receiving just under £4.5million.

Chelsea's total share of £98,999,554 was just over £34million more than bottom earners QPR who were handed £64,886,028.


Premier League revenue distribution broken down:

Top earners: Chelsea - £98,999,554.

Bottom earners: QPR - £64,886,028.

Most facility fees: Manchester United - £21,447,152 from 27 matches.

Least facility fees: Stoke, West Brom, Leicester, Hull and Burnley - £8,775,160 from 10 matches.

All clubs receive: £21,968,793 - share of domestic broadcast rights; £27,757,371 - share of overseas broadcast rights; £4,392,630 - share of central commercial revenue.


The full list below:

Chelsea £98,999,554

Manchester City £98, 501,832

Arsenal £96,509,758

Manchester United £96,759,212

Tottenham £88,789,730

Liverpool £92,775,064

Southampton £82,564,054

Swansea £80,571,980

Stoke £77,832,730

Crystal Palace £77,335,008

Everton £80,573,166

West Ham £76,339,564

West Brom £72,853,138

Leicester £71,608,240

Newcastle £77,835,102

Sunderland £69,865,620

Aston Villa £68,620,722

Hull £66,628,648

Burnley £65,383,750

QPR £64,886,028

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