Manchester City celebrate winning the Premier League. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

How much prize money did each Premier League club earn in 2018/19?

Liverpool took home the most prize money in the Premier League last season, ahead of Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United.

A story by Planet Football detailed each side's prize money. Each club is given £79.4m as an equal share and receives £12.3m for up to ten televised games with an additional £1.1m per televised game on top. Prize money is awarded for each league position and goes up by £1.9m for every place a club finishes above the bottom. Here's how much each club earned.

Equal share: 79.4million; TV Income: 12.3million; Prize money: 1.9million.

1. Huddersfield - total 93.6million

Equal share: 79.4million; TV Income: 12.3million; Prize money: 1.9million.
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Equal share: 79.4million; TV income: 15.7million; Prize money: 3.8million.

2. Fulham - total 98.8million

Equal share: 79.4million; TV income: 15.7million; Prize money: 3.8million.
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Equal share: 79.4million; TV income: 14.6million; Prize money: 5.7million.

3. Cardiff - total 99.6million

Equal share: 79.4million; TV income: 14.6million; Prize money: 5.7million.
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Equal share: 79.4million; TV income: 12.3million; Prize money: 9.5million.

4. Southampton - total 101.2million

Equal share: 79.4million; TV income: 12.3million; Prize money: 9.5million.
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