Bundesliga Prize Money finally saw an increase after 4 years. Bundesliga stands tall Among the top European leagues, after its new TV right deal. The league now officially adopted a new revenue model. The initial tagline of this model is to recover from the financial setback caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The new Tv rights deal with DAZN and Sky Deutschland will make them earn €1.16 billion per year.
German Bundelsiga Prize Money Break down
- The Prize money for 2022 season is €1.16 billion.
- The 70% from the total will be distributed among 18 teams every ear.
- 30% remaining revenue will be distriuted on leagues positions standing.
- Due to covid, The prize money share will see a change as season come.
- Total 4 year deal worth €4.64 billion.
- Out of that, 53% will be equally divided among all the german clubs from 2022-2023 season
- 23-24 to 24-25 will witness a drop in share to 50 per cent.
Take a look at the Bundesliga prize money table to get a detailed idea:
|Duration||2021 to 2025|
|Domestic TV Rights||€4.64 billion|
|International TV Rights||€1 billion from international TV rights deal|
|% increase from last 4-year deal||There is an 85% increase in the domestic tv rights money after €4.64 billion compared to the previous deal worth €2.51 billion.|
|Yearly distribution||€1.4 billion TV revenue is distributed to 18 German clubs per year.|
|Distribution model||70 percent of domestic tv rights revenue is distributed based on club performance in the last five seasons.|
The Bundesliga prize money for the 2021-2022 season has seen the hike after the Previous four-year TV rights deal was ended before the beginning of the 2021 season. The previous deal was worth €2.51 billion including domestic and overseas tv rights.
However, The new TV Rights deal will earn Bundesliga around €4.64 billion just from its domestic TV rights deal. Compare to Spanish Laliga Prize money, it still falls short