Man City 2023/24 Premier League prize money ahead of title match

Man City 2023/24 Premier League prize money ahead of title decider

The latest Manchester City news as Pep Guardiola’s side need just one more win to secure the Premier League title for the fourth year in a row.

Erling Haaland celebrates scoring during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.

Manchester City stands on the cusp of Premier League history, poised to clinch the title for the fourth consecutive year. Their recent victory over Tottenham, propelled by two goals from Erling Haaland, elevated them above Arsenal in the table, setting the stage for a potential championship win with a final-day clash against West Ham at the Etihad Stadium.

Should City emerge victorious against West Ham, they stand to earn £62.3 million in prize money from the Premier League, a figure that increases with each position in the table. Conversely, if Arsenal were to snatch the title from City on the final day, City’s prize money would decrease by £3.1 million to £59.1 million.

In addition to prize money, each club receives a share of the Premier League’s broadcast agreement, comprising 50% of their income, along with facility fees based on television appearances throughout the season. City, having been featured in 24 televised matches this season, are set to receive the fifth-highest share.

Beyond the Premier League, City’s participation in the Champions League has been financially lucrative. While winning the competition last season brought in approximately £95 million in prize money, this season’s quarter-final exit meant a slightly reduced earning of around £74 million in prize money and merit payments. Despite falling short against Real Madrid in the quarter-finals, City’s financial success across domestic and European competitions underscores their financial strength and competitive prowess.


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