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Spanish La Liga Prize Money 2015-16 (Confirmed)

Spanish La Liga has signed a new collective TV rights deal for the spanish division 1 which will come into play starting from 2016-17 season. This year however clubs made their individual tv deals specially the top two of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Who will earn significantly more than the rest of teams in spanish top division.

Spanish La Liga new TV deal 2016-19
How the current system works:

With the current system La Liga prize money fund is made TV rights money and the central sponsorship pool and here is how it all works.

  • According to the current model all top division clubs negotiated their own TV rights deal both domestically and oversees. Real Madrid and Barcelona will be making around €135 million in tv rights money this season. While all other clubs get significantly less.
  • La Liga central pool money (La Liga title rights and other central sponsorship) is divided between the 20 teams according to how they finish in the table at the end of the season. Starting from €500,000 for the 20th place and €500,000 will be added to each position rising up the table. La Liga winners can pocket around €10.5 from central pool.

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[ the below table is from 14th February 2016, we will update the table at the end of the season with confirmed prize money]

Spanish Primera Liga 2015-16 Prize Money Distribution
1 Barcelona €135m €10.5m €145.5m
2 Atletico €40m €10m €50m
3 Real Madrid €135m €9.5m €144.5m
4 Villarreal €30m €9m €39m
5 Sevilla €30m €8.5m €38.5m
6 Eibar €18m €8m €26m
7 Athletic Bilbao €30m €7.5m €37.5m
8 Celta Vigo €22m €7m €29m
9 Deportivo €25m €6.5m €31.5m
10 Real Sociedad €25m €6m €31m
11 Malaga €25m €5.5m €30.5m
12 Valencia €45m €5m €50m
13 Getafe €25m €4.5m €29.5m
14 Real Betis €28m €4m €32m
15 Rayo Vallecano €18m €3.5m €21.5m
16 Sporting Gijon €18m €3m €21m
17 Espanyol €28m €2.5m €30.5m
18 Las Palmas €18m €2m €20m
19 Granada €18m €1.5m €19.5m
20 Levante €20m €500,000 €20.5m

table seperater

With the current system the difference between the top clubs tv rights money and bottom clubs was huge with Real Madrid and Barcelona pocketing as much as €140 million each with their individual deals. While bottom clubs like Las Palmas could barely make €18 million in tv rights money.

But this all is about to change starting from next season when new collective deal comes into play that will enable even the bottom sides to make as much as €60 million per season. But the new deal has a clause where Real Madrid and Barcelona won’t take any hit in their TV rights revenue enabling them continue earning in the region of €140 million a per.

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