Premier League clubs by broadcasting payments received in 2017/18 (in million British Pounds)

Premier League broadcasting payments to clubs 2017/18 The statistic depicts the broadcasting payments to Premier League clubs in 2017/18. Manchester United received a merit payment of 38.1 million British Pounds for their performance in the 2017/18 season.
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Equal share payments Merit Payment*Facility Fees*
Manchester City84.438.433.2
Manchester United84.436.538.1
Liverpool FC84.434.630.7
Tottenham Hotspur84.432.630.7
Chelsea FC84.430.733.2
Arsenal FC84.428.833.2
Burnley84.426.912.3
Leicester City84.42519.6
Everton FC84.423.122.1
Watford84.421.116
Bournemouth84.419.216
Brighton & Hove Albion84.417.312.3
West Ham United84.415.418.4
Huddersfield Town84.413.412.3
Newcastle United84.411.519.6
Southampton FC84.49.618.4
Crystal Palace84.47.717.2
Swansea City84.45.812.3
Stoke City84.43.812.3
West Bromwich Albion84.41.913.5
Equal share payments Merit Payment*Facility Fees*
Manchester City84.438.433.2
Manchester United84.436.538.1
Liverpool FC84.434.630.7
Tottenham Hotspur84.432.630.7
Chelsea FC84.430.733.2
Arsenal FC84.428.833.2
Burnley84.426.912.3
Leicester City84.42519.6
Everton FC84.423.122.1
Watford84.421.116
Bournemouth84.419.216
Brighton & Hove Albion84.417.312.3
West Ham United84.415.418.4
Huddersfield Town84.413.412.3
Newcastle United84.411.519.6
Southampton FC84.49.618.4
Crystal Palace84.47.717.2
Swansea City84.45.812.3
Stoke City84.43.812.3
West Bromwich Albion84.41.913.5
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The statistic depicts the broadcasting payments to Premier League clubs in 2017/18. Manchester United received a merit payment of 38.1 million British Pounds for their performance in the 2017/18 season.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
England
Survey time period
2017/18
Special properties
forecast
Supplementary notes
* Facility Fee - Payment a club receives when they get featured as a live match. Each club is guaranteed at least 10 live matches (payments) per season.
Merit Payment: 'Prize money' per place in the table
Equal share payments: 50% of UK broadcast revenue split equally between the 20 clubs

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