How Much EPL Clubs will earn after another entertaining season?

The Premier League season is over. With Manchester City crowned champions after a dramatic comeback win over Aston Villa on Sunday.

Fernandinho lifting the Premier League trophy with Manchester City after a 3-2 win over Aston Villa on the final day.

Liverpool missed out on the League title again. Chelsea and Tottenham qualify for UCL while Arsenal will settle for the Europa League. Also. Leeds survived but Burnley were relegated after 6 seasons in the top flight.

After all that drama yesterday, let’s find out how much EPL Clubs will earn according to their final standing on the 2021/22 table.

How much ELP clubs will earn after 2021/22 season

How Much EPL Clubs Will Earn 2021/22

Champions Manchester City will go home with £44M plus TV rights. Liverpool missed out on the League title, but are just £2.2M off the Champions. The Reds will earn £41.8M.

Norwich got relegated and they’ll go home with £2.2M. Watford, however, will get double what the Canaries got.

Watford vs Norwich City Prediction and Betting Tips - 21st January 2022

Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur will earn £39.6 and £37.4M respectively, plus TV Rights. Arsenal missed out on UEFA Champions League football but will still bank £35.2M.

Manchester United endured a terrible season.

Crystal Palace 1-0 Man Utd: Wilfried Zaha scores winner in Ralf Rangnick's  last game - BBC Sport

With Erik Ten Hag, the Red Devils will hope to rebuild their team and the £33M they’ve banked this season will help.

How Much EPL Clubs Will Earn After 2021/22 Season – The full table.

  • 1st – Manchester City – £44m
  • 2nd – Liverpool – £41.8m
  • 3rd – Chelsea – £39.6m
  • 4th – Tottenham Hotspur – £37.4m
  • 5th – Arsenal – £35.2m
  • 6th – Manchester United – £33m
  • 7th – West Ham United – £30.8m
  • 8th – Leicester City – £28.6m
  • 9th – Brighton and Hove Albion – £26.4m
  • 10th – Wolverhampton Wanderers – £24.2m
  • 11th – Newcastle United – £22m
  • 12th – Crystal Palace – £19.8m
  • 13th – Brentford – £17.6m
  • 14th – Aston Villa – £15.4m
  • 15th – Southampton – £13.2m
  • 16th – Everton – £11m
  • 17th – Leeds United – £8.8m
  • 18th – Burnley – £6.6m
  • 19th – Watford – £4.4m
  • 20th – Norwich City – £2.2m