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La Liga TV rights dwarfed by English Premier League

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When the English premier league TV rights are revealed, only Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid earned more in the 2017/18 campaign than Huddersfield’s €109.38m in the 2018/19 season.

The Catalan giants were the top earners in Spain with €154m – a lower figure than each of England’s top six clubs, with Liverpool (€172.55m) topping the list.

19 of Premier league clubs also earned a higher sum than Atletico (€110.6m) in another figure to highlight the disparity between the two divisions. Sevilla were the fourth highest earning La Liga side that season but their figure of €74m was insignificant in comparison, while fourth-place Valencia earned just €65.7m.

The statistics once again shows just how much money is in the Premier League, and why there is so much attraction for clubs to reach the Premier League.

Season / Team / TV income in €m

2018-19 / Liverpool / 172.55

2018-19 / Manchester City / 170.92

2018-19 / Chelsea / 165.31

2018-19 / Tottenham Hotspur / 164,40,40

2018-19 / Manchester United / 161.32

2018-19 / Arsenal / 160.96

2017-18 / Barcelona / 154

2017-18 / Real Madrid / 148

2018-19 / Everton / 145.58

2018-19 / Wolverhampton Wanderers / $ 14.95

2018-19 / Leicester City / 139.61

2018-19 / West Ham United / 138.70

2018-19 / Newcastle United / 135,99

2018-19 / Crystal Palace / 129.29

2018-19 / Watford / 128.93

2018-19 / AFC Bournemouth / 122.41

2018-19 / Burnley / 121.51

2018-19 / Brighton Hove Albion / 119.70

2018-19 / Southampton / 118.07

2018-19 / Cardiff City / 116.26

2018-19 / Fulham / 115.36

2017-18 / Atletico Madrid / 110.6

2018-19 / Huddersfield Town / 109.38

2017-18 / Sevilla / 74

2017-18 / Athletic Bilbao / 73.2

2017-18 / Valencia / 65,7

2017-18 / Villarreal / 65,5

2017-18 / Real Sociedad / 61.5

2017-18 / Malaga / 53.5

2017-18 / Celta / 52.9

2017-18 / Betis / 52.9

2017-18 / Espanyol / 52,4

2017-18 / Las Palmas / 46,8

2017-18 / Eibar / 46.3

2017-18 / Alavés / 46,1

2017-18 / Deportivo / 46

2017-18 / Levante / 45.1

2017-18 / Getafe / 44.5

2017-18 / Leganes / 43,3

2017-18 / Girona / 43,3

(Figures outlined in El Mundo Deportivo report)

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