Arsenal received £145.699m from the Premier League for finishing fifth last season – the fifth highest amount handed out.

Arsenal footballers paying money into the bank at Highbury Stadium, North London as part of the club's saving scheme for players, 1st October 1938. (Photo by William G. Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images)
Arsenal footballers paying money into the bank at Highbury Stadium, North London as part of the club’s saving scheme for players, 1st October 1938. (Photo by William G. Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League prize money table after finishing fifth in the Premier League last season.

The money was breaks down as follows:

  • Live games shown on TV: 29
  • Equal share (UK rights): £31,809,969.=
  • Facility fees (UK): £25,274,331
  • Merit payment (UK): £27,023,328
  • Equal share (international rights): £48,885,768
  • Merit payment (international): £5,892,192
  • Central commercial: £6,814,2332
  • Total: £145,699,820

Tottenham, who finished two points ahead of Arsenal received £146,081,427 which works out at an additional £381,607.

Manchester United, who finished 11 points behind Arsenal earned £142,804,794 – £2,895,026m less.

Premier League money 2021/22
Premier League money 2021/22 via Daily Mail
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