The Huge Sum Of Money Clubs Are In Line To Receive From TV Revenue And How It Compares

Money Clubs Receive TV Revenue

It has been revealed that the current bottom three Premier League clubs all stand to gain £100,000,000 from broadcast partners even if they are relegated this season.

The Premier League has been indefinitely suspended since the middle of March, but plans are well underway for it to return behind closed doors next month.

But OLBG’s study Fans of the EPL has looked at what each team could be set to gain this season as part of the TV revenue deal.

The 2019/20 season started a three-year rights cycle with broadcast partners, taking overall payouts up by around £160,000,000 to a total of £2.6 billion a year – with each club guaranteed a nine-figure payout at the end of each season.

And the three teams currently in the bottom three of the table – Norwich, Aston Villa and Bournemouth – would make £102,448,460, £106,668,583 and £106,565,654 respectively from the broadcast deal just this season alone.

While if they were to be protected against relegation, although that seems unlikely, they would gain a further £100,000,000 plus from the Premier League.

With the 2019/20 season featuring 200 scheduled live matches on TV for the first time and £432,305,368 to be shared out in facility fees (payment based on the amount of times you appear live on TV), each club would receive a massive £1,080,763 per live match – with £2,161,526 to be split between both sides.

Watford have been shown live 13 times this season, which equates to £14,049,919, with the Hornets in line to receive £110,785,777 in total based on the broadcast deal and merit payments for finishing positions, as things stand.

Manchester City and Manchester United have both been shown 22 times on TV so far this season meaning they have received £23,776,786 from the deal.

Meanwhile, Brighton, Southampton, and Sheffield United would get just £10,807,630 having appeared in 10 live matches.

There have currently been 153 of the 200 matches shown on TV, which means if the season is called to an immediate conclusion, there would be a shortfall of £101,591,722 – with that cash not being paid out to any of the teams involved.

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Fans of the EPL have compiled the data by analysing previous broadcast payment trends in the Premier League over the past 10 years to show the average fee received by each club in the top-flight, and then calculated how much money is set to be paid out for the current season if called to a premature finish.

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