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Premier League prize money 2018/19: How much will every team earn?

Premier League prize money is as high as ever – but how much will your top flight team earn from 2018/19?

Published: Sunday, 12th May 2019 at 4:55 pm

The Premier League season has approached the finish line with sides weighing up their spoils following another heated campaign.


Regardless of every team's situation going into the final day, they will have been slogging it out for a greater share of the prize money pot.

There is roughly £2million difference between every position in the top flight with bottom-half teams picking up hefty pay packets despite hitting the heights. has rounded up everything you need to know about Premier League prize money for the 2018/19 season.

Premier League 2018/19 prize money

Premier League teams will earn roughly £2m more than the team below them, making the final day of the season a potential lucrative afternoon for many teams. Each position will earn as follows:

Based on official 2017/18 figures. 2018/19 to be confirmed imminently.

  1. £38.4m - Man City
  2. £36.5m - Liverpool
  3. £34.6m - Chelsea
  4. £32.6m - Tottenham
  5. £30.7m - Arsenal
  6. £28.8m - Man Utd
  7. £26.9m - Wolves
  8. £25m - Everton
  9. £23.1m - Leicester
  10. £21.1m - West Ham
  11. £19.2m - Watford
  12. £17.3m - Crystal Palace
  13. £15.4m - Newcastle
  14. £13.4m - Bournemouth
  15. £11.5m - Burnley
  16. £9.6m - Southampton
  17. £7.7m - Brighton
  18. £5.8m - Cardiff
  19. £3.8m - Fulham
  20. £1.9m - Huddersfield

How to watch final weekend of Premier League season

You can watch final day of Premier League action live on Sky Sports.

Sky Sports subscribers can also stream the chosen matches via the SkyGo app.

If you don’t have Sky, you can watch the match through NOW TV. You can get a Sky Sports day pass for £8.99, a week pass for £14.99 or a month pass for £33.99, all without needing a contract. NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles.


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