Liverpool earned over £152m from the Premier League this season, £1.44m more than champions Manchester City, after featuring in the most live UK TV games.

The Reds, who finished runners-up last season with a record tally of 97 points, were on Sky Sports or BT Sport 29 times, three more than City.

Pep Guardiola’s side earned £38.4m for finishing top, almost £2m more than Jurgen Klopp’s men.

Relegated Huddersfield received £96.6m after finishing bottom.

All 20 clubs received an equal share of around £34.4m, as well as getting £43.2m each for international TV and a further £5m in central commercial revenue.

2018-19 Premier League payments to clubs

  Live games Total payments (£)
Manchester City 26 150,986,355
Liverpool 29 152,425,146
Chelsea 25 146,030,216
Tottenham 26 145,230,801
Arsenal 25 142,193,180
Manchester Utd 27 142,512,868
 Wolves 15 127,165,114
Everton 18 128,603,905
Leicester 15 123,328,078
West Ham 16 122,528,663
Watford 10 113,895,527
Crystal Palace 12 114,215,215
Newcastle 19 120,130,418
Bournemouth 10 108,139,973
Burnley 11 107,340,558
Southampton 10 104,302,937
Brighton 13 105,741,728
Cardiff 12 102,704,107
Fulham 13 101,904,692
Huddersfield 10 96,628,865

Source: Premier League 

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