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Premier League Prize Money Revealed Following Final Day Of Season

The prize money for all 20 teams in this season’s Premier League has been revealed following the conclusion of the dramatic 2018/2019 campaign.

Manchester City clinched their second title in a row and their fourth in eight years after they defeated Brighton 4-1 on the final day of the season, despite Liverpool breathing down their necks throughout the season.

Klopp’s men remarkably finished on 97 points just one behind eventual winners City in what was one of the most incredible title races in recent memory.

City will recieve £38.4 million for retaining their title while Liverpool’s second placed finish will earn them slightly less with £36.5 million.

Manchester United, who had a dismal season, finished up in sixth spot, a position which will earn them £28.8 million, while Spurs’ top four finish is rewarded with £32.6m.

Teams will earn roughly £2m more than the team below them, which made the final day of the season even more lucrative for those that were still fighting for places, including the likes of West Ham whose win over Watford ensured that they finished 10th to earn £21.1 million

The bottom three understandably received the least amount, but will receive parachute payments for the next four seasons.

The full list of prize money can be found below:

20. Huddersfield Town – £1.9m

19. Fulham – £3.8m

18. Cardiff City – £5.8m

17. Brighton – £7.7m

16. Southampton – £9.6m

15. Burnley – £11.5m

14. Bournemouth – £13.4m

13. Newcastle United – £15.4m

12. Crystal Palace – £17.3m

11. Watford – £19.2m

10. West Ham United – £21.1m

9. Leicester City – £23.1m

8. Everton – £25m

7. Wolves – £26.9m

6. Manchester United – £28.8m

5. Arsenal – £30.7m

4. Tottenham Hotspur – £32.6m

3. Chelsea – £34.6m

2. Liverpool – £36.5m

1. Manchester City – £38.4m

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