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Premier League 125,000.000 Donations
« on: April 10, 2020, 01:57:38 PM »
I have read in several places that 2,000.000 has been allocated to the National League side and that King's Lynn Town FC will be receiving 13,363. This led me to wanting to know how much the clubs playing in the Championship and EFL will receive and apparently it is believed such monies are usually split 80 per cent to the Championship, 12 per cent to League One and 8 per cent to League Two. If this is true it equates to 98,000.000 for Championship clubs (4.100.000) each, 14,760,000 for League One clubs (615,000) each and for League Two sides 9,840.000 (410.000) each.

In my opinion this is not a fair split for EFL teams, what do you think?

Badger :oldman"


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Re: Premier League 125,000.000 Donations
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2020, 02:34:43 PM »
Not sure that 'fairness' is the overriding concern and probably merely reflects the relative running costs of the average team at each of the levels - Championship clubs will potentially be missing TV money as well as gate receipts so that probably accounts for the large difference.

Similar situation at National League level - the National clubs are getting 58333 whereas North and South sides are getting 13868, maybe a timely reminder for those looking for promotion as to what might be required to move up to step 1?


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