Chelsea won the EPL title ahead of Tottenham but the Spurs were not the second biggest earners of the Premier League season.
In their farewell season at White Hart Lane, Tottenham raked in less than Manchester City – who finished third – and the same as fourth-placed Liverpool.
Arsenal earned less than Manchester United despite finishing ahead of them in fifth.
Chelsea in first got £38m while Sunderland got a paltry £1.9m for finishing last.
Also, every club got an even split of the massive TV rights pot from Sky Sports and BT Sport, which equals £84.4m a piece.
Clubs got an additional minimum of £13.6m plus £940,000 per televised match – which is where the differences kick in.
See list below in order of how they finished, Merit (position) + TV and Total winnings (including £84.4m each)
1st – CHELSEA £38m + £30.4m £152.8m (1st)
2nd – TOTTENHAM £36.1m + £27.6m £148.1m (Equal 4th)
3rd – MAN CITY £34.2m + £30.4 £149m (2nd)
4th – LIVERPOOL £32.3m + £31.4 £148.1m (Equal 4th)
5th – ARSENAL £30.4m + £27.6m £142.4m (6th)
6th – MAN UNITED £28.5m + £30.4m £143.3m (5th)
7th – EVERTON £26.6m + £21.1 £132.1m (7th)
8th – SOUTHAMPTON £24.7m + £18.2m £127.3m (8th)
9th – BOURNEMOUTH £22.8m + £16.4m £123.6m (9th)
10th – WEST BROM £20.9m + £14.5m £119.8m (12th)
11th – WEST HAM £19m + £18.2m £121.6m (10th)
12th – LEICESTER £17.1m + £19.2m £120.7m (11th)
13th – STOKE CITY £15.2m + 13.8m £113.4m (14th)
14th – CRYSTAL PALACE £13.3m + £17.3m £115m (13th)
15th – SWANSEA £11.4m + £13.6m £109.4m (15th)
16th – BURNLEY £9.5m + £13.6m £107.5 (17th)
17th – WATFORD £7.6m + £16.4m £108.4m (16th)
18th – HULL CITY £5.7m + £13.6m £103.7m (19th)
19th – MIDDLESBROUGH £3.8m + £16.4m £104.6m (18th)
20th – SUNDERLAND £1.9m + £13.6m £99.9m (20th)
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