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Know How Much Prize Money La Liga Winners Get And Distrubtion, Broadcasting Rights And Revenue Explained

Know How Much Prize Money La Liga Winners Get And Distrubtion, Broadcasting Rights And Revenue Explained

How much prize money does a club receive after winning the La Liga title, the full money distribution and broadcasting rights and revenue explained

La Liga is considered one of the richest leagues around the globe. Moreover, the T.V and broadcasting rights keep the league ahead of other leagues like Bundesliga and English Premier League. Atletico Madrid won the last title of La Liga of the 2020/21 season. They received a total of €158 million as the winner of the league. However, this is the total amount the club received at the end of the season. What’s the winning price?

Here is a detailed article about the breakdown of the La Liga prize money for winners and teams.

La Liga Winner Prize Money, Distribution, Broadcasting Rights And Revenue 2021/22 

In 2015, La Liga passed a bill that ensured the collective sale of La Liga tv rights both domestically and overseas. Telefonica, Movistar bought domestic rights for around €1.89 billion in a 3-year deal. Clubs receive this money in three divisions. 50% of the money is equally shared, rest 25% are based on the club’s performance and merit. This means their position in the league. And the rest 25% from generating resources like fans, club members, stadium and etc.

Atletico received around €158 million of which €40m was the prize money. Here’s a table of money distribution for the last season La Liga.

  • Atlético Madrid: €158m
  • Real Madrid: €154m
  • Barcelona: €115m
  • Sevilla: €85m
  • Real Sociedad: €80m
  • Real Betis: €77m
  • Villarreal: €73m
  • Celta Vigo:  €73m
  • Athletic Bilbao: €66m

All the La Liga clubs receive a €50m equal share, and the rest of the money is distributed for merit and resources. With the introduction of the CVC deal in the league, it is expected that small teams might get more money from before. However, teams like Barcelona and Real Madrid can face problems.

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The CVC deal is for 50 years which will take a share of 10% from the TV and broadcasting rights. The firm will distribute a large amount of money to all the clubs participating in the league.

Prize Money For 2021/22 Season

La Liga have not officially announced the numbers, but we can expect a number between €45m and €50m. Fans are back in the stadium, which means, clubs will earn more from the resources when compared to last season.

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