BURNLEY made just short of £120million from their seventh place finish in the Premier League in 2017/18.

The league has confirmed the value of payments of broadcast and central commercial revenues to all 20 clubs for the season.

Burnley received £119,772,976 for the campaign, of which they made £34.8million from the equal share to clubs, £12.3million for fixtures shown live on TV, £27million in prize money for finishing seventh, £40.7million for international TV rights and £4.8million from central commercial rights.

The table details how the payments break down and lists the Clarets as being shown live on TV in the UK on 10 occasions, even though they were actually live on Sky Sports or BT Sport only seven times this season, the lowest tally in the league for any club.

Under the TV deal however, all clubs receive income for at least 10 live games. Huddersfield and West Brom (nine each) were also shown live on less than 10 occasions.

Despite finishing below the Clarets Everton (eighth) and Newcastle United (10th) made more cash than Burnley for the Premier League season due to being shown live on TV more often, with the Toffees having 19 games screened live in the UK and the Magpies 18.

Lancashire Telegraph: