The figures cover the ‘audiovisual rights’ for the league and Copa del Rey, excluding the final.
Collectively, La Liga clubs earned in excess of €1.4bn from domestic television revenue for the campaign. Spanish sides haven’t been responsible for negotiating their own individual TV deals since royal intervention in 2015, but the big clubs still earn the most.
50% of TV money is shared equally among all clubs. But the other half of the money is divided based on results over a period of five seasons, as well as how popular each team is in terms of both matchday gate receipts and contribution to the league’s overall broadcast revenue.
Barcelona received €166.5m, with Real Madrid getting €155.3m. Atletico Madrid earned €119.2m, with Sevilla the only other La Liga club to receive more than €80m.
The lowest payment was to Huesca, who earned €44.2m in TV money for last season.
2018/19 Club-by-Club La Liga TV Revenue Breakdown:
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