The amount Burnley received from the Premier League in broadcast and commercial revenues has been revealed. 
The Clarets ended the campaign by collecting just over £107million. 

Liverpool, despite finishing second to Manchester City in the final table, topped the pile with £152million while bottom side Huddersfield were at the other end of the scale with £96million. 

Broadcast revenues are split up in several different ways. 
All clubs receive an equal share of around £34million with other money split depending on how many of the club's games are broadcast in the UK and their final league position. 

With 11 Clarets games on the box across the course of the campaign that yielded a further £13million. 

A revival in the second half of the season also saw Sean Dyche's side finish the campaign in 15th which brought in £11.5million in what are known as 'merit payments'. 

Top flight clubs also get an equal slice of international TV money, £43million, and central commercial revenues, just shy of £5million.

Liverpool had the most live matches broadcast with 29 shown across the season, ahead of Manchester United on 27 and City and Tottenham on 26. 

Burnley's 11 was the second fewest with Watford, AFC Bournemouth, Southampton and Huddersfield all being broadcast 10 times. 

In terms of overall revenue, Liverpool's £152million was £2million more than City and six more than Chelsea.