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    Evertons Bumper Pay Day – We’re in the money

    Evertons £85m bumper payday

    Everton were the seventh highest earning side in the Premier League TV money earnings in 2013-14 with an impressive £85m in what was a record season for Premier League TV income.

    Everton finished 5th in Roberto Martinez first season at the club and will again look to shrewdly enter the transfer market and improve on a decent squad.

    Each club’s payment is made up of 50% of UK broadcasting revenue which is broken down equally between the 20 Premier League clubs.  25% of it depends on where the club finishes in the final league table, and the final 25% comes from fees each time a club’s matches are broadcast in the UK.

    The total prize money paid out was £1.5bn

    Premier League payments to clubs for 2013-14

    1)  Liverpool  £97,544,336

    2)  Man City  £96,578,329

    3)  Chelsea  £94,106,163

    4)  Arsenal  £92,870,080

    5)  Tottenham  £89,663,884

    6)  Manchester United  £89,161,831

    7)  Everton  £85,027,727

    8)  Newcastle  £77,379,252

    9)  Southampton  £76,915,298

    10)  Stoke  £75,679,215

    11)  Swansea  £74,173,056

    12)  West Ham  £73,671,003

    13)  Crystal Palace  £73,207,049

    14)  Aston Villa  £72,666,897

    15)  Sunderland  £71,700,890

    16)  Hull  £67,026,634

    17)  West Brom  £65,790,551

    18)  Norwich  £64,554,468

    19)  Fulham  £63,318,385

    20)  Cardiff  £62,082,302

    Total  £1,563,117,350

     

    How do you hope the TV money is spent?  Come and comment on our forum at www.theevertonforum.com/forum

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