You always talk about the money that moves football. Millions of euros they go in and out of clubs. One of the income that contributes the most value and that is a great source for them in order to make movements and to sustain the economy are the television rights.
The Premier League is the home competition that reaps the most income for this cause. The latest data surveyed indicates that they had a pocket that reached the 5.9 billion euros. The League follows closely, although somewhat lower, 3,400 million, which is 7% less.
The English league published the list with the equipment and income that each of them had had for the image rights in the 2018/2019 season. In that year the champion of the course was Guardiola’s Manchester City, but despite winning the league title they did not obtain the highest economic income.
He Liverpool It was the club with the highest income from television rights. The ‘Reds’ pocketed more than 152 million pounds what comes to be in euros about 170. Followed very closely by citizens with just 2 million difference, specifically 150. The top 3 is closed by Chelsea with 146 million.
The twenty teams that make up the Premier League receive financial rewards. A total of 2.785 million is distributed among all, although as noted above not in the same way and without there being any real big differences between one and the other. A little more than 50 million separate the leader from the bottom.
They all charge the same according to three aspects that the Premier marks as ‘equal share‘(each team makes about 34 million), ‘International tv’ (about 43 kilos per club) and ‘central commercial’ (almost 5 million). This makes one sum 84 total what increases the income of the clubs would be in relation to the sporting successes harvested during the season and the times that the game of the team in question has been broadcast.
There is always a debate about which European league is the best in the world and the Premier together with La Liga compete for this position. In this case, the numbers do not deceive and in terms of football television rights, the English league is above the Spanish. This makes the clubs indirectly se reinforce more economically and at the time of going out to the market to compete they could be more solvent than the Spanish.
The last transfer market was marked by the coronavirus health crisis and clubs ruled out making large investments. However, the Premier did make big payouts. The most expensive signing in the last market was Kai Havert. He left Leverkusen to play for Chelsea for nothing more and nothing less than 80 million, just one of the three teams with the highest income from television rights the year before.
Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by www.cuatro.com.
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