Starting from the 2025/26 season, the EPL will alter the distribution of prize money
Currently, the prize money distribution coefficient stands at 1.6. For instance, the previous season's winner, Manchester City, earned £161.3 million, while Southampton, finishing last, received £100 million.
According to The Telegraph, starting from the 2025/26 season, the distribution coefficient will increase to 1.8. This adjustment will result in teams at the top of the league earning tens of millions more.
This alteration in the regulation is attributed to the international growth of league revenues and the high inflation rate.
Consequently, it appears that the leaders of the English Premier League will receive even more money compared to the lower-ranked teams.
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