This is how much Newcastle United reportedly received in TV money last season. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

The staggering amount of TV money Newcastle United, Leeds United and West Brom received last season

Newcastle United played all of their 38 Premier League fixtures on TV last season – but how much money did they make from it?

While the Magpies and their top-flight rivals had every match in 2020/21 broadcasted, the payments still work out very differently – mostly due to facility fees.

Out of the 380 matches to be shown live, only 200 of those fetched a facility fee. The other 180, such as those shown at 3pm on Saturdays, did not qualify – similar to that of a ‘normal’ season.

That said, clubs, who receive an equal share of £76million from domestic and overseas rights, will have their totals reduced as part of the £330million broadcasters’ rebate after the disruption caused by Covid-19.

Furthermore, prize money is allocated based on where each team finished in the table, as is a portion of the overseas TV rights.

Here is a breakdown of Newcastle and their rivals’ payments (estimated figures courtesy of The Times):

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