Super League in Galatasaray – TRT Spore broadcast revenue champion

4 percent of the broadcast revenue, which is estimated to be 3 billion lira in the league this season, was allocated to the Turkish Football Federation and 14 percent to the lower leagues. The remaining 2.5 billion lira was divided among the 21 teams competing in the Super League, the Championship Bonus, the Performance Bonus and the Top 6 Ranking Bonus.

It has also been announced how much money the clubs will receive after the end of the Super League season. Accordingly, League runners-up Galatasaray have the most revenue in the treasury. The yellow-red team earned a total of 250 million lira.

Galatasaray followed champion Beşiktaş with 230 million lira and third Fenerbahce with 228 million lira.

Among the teams competing in the league, Yucatel Denizlispor finished last with 73 million lira.

Sharing

The criteria for sharing the 2.5 billion lira broadcast fees this season among the teams competing in the Super League are as follows:

36 percent of the income is given to 21 clubs as ‘settlement money’. The teams competing in the Super League this season are sharing 910 million lira in about 43 million equal shares.

46 percent of income is distributed as performance bonus. Accordingly, 1 billion 130 million lira, 2.7 million lira for a win and 1.4 million lira for a draw were awarded to the clubs.

270 million lira, which is 11 percent of the money disbursed, is distributed to the teams that have previously won the championship in the Super League according to the number of championships. According to this, the teams that have reached the happy end in the top league of Turkey are keeping 4.2 million lira per championship.

Approximately 145 million lira were distributed among the top 6 teams in chronological order. After becoming the league champions, the team received 46 million lira with a 32.2% share. The second is 37 million liras with 25.8 per cent shares and the third is 28 million liras with 19.3 per cent shares. Other teams in the top 6 are fourth with 12.9 percent shares, 18 million lira, fifth with 6.5 percent shares, sixth party with 9 million lira and 3.2 percent shares, 4 million lira.

The number of championships is crucial

Past championships have enabled Galatasaray to receive about 20 million lira more than its rivals.

The yellow-red team, which has won the Super League 22 times, received 92 million lira from its broadcast revenue. Galatasaray was followed by Fenerbahce, which received 80 million lira for 19 championships, and Beşiktaş, which received 63 million lira for 15 championships.

The sum of the revenue-sharing items, “Footstep Money” and the Performance Bonus, were equal for Galatasaray and Besiktas, with Fenerbahce receiving about 1 million lira less than its competitors.

One of the most serious differences in distribution occurred in the first 6 premiums Accordingly, Beşiktaş had the largest share with 46 million lira. Galatasaray generated 37 million lira and Fenerbahçe 28 million lira.

Broadcast revenue distribution

The estimated distribution of 2.5 billion lira earnings this season in 21 Super League clubs is as follows:

Set Pressed money Reward for workmanship Championship bonus Top 6 bonuses Total
Basics 43 78 63 46 230
In Galatasaray 43 78 92 37 250
Fenerbahce 43 77 80 28 228
Trabzonspor 43 70 25 18 156
Sivaspor 43 67 0 9 119
Hatayaspar 43 60 0 4 107
Alaniaspor 43 58 0 0 101
F. Karagümrük 43 60 0 0 103
Gaziantep 43 58 0 0 101
Goztepe 43 52 0 0 95
Conaspor 43 52 0 0 95
Basaksehir 43 49 4 0 96
C.Rizespor 43 49 0 0 92
Cassimpasa 43 46 0 0 69
Y. Malatyaspor 43 48 0 0 91
Antalyspor 43 48 0 0 91
Caesarispor 43 44 0 0 87
BB erjuramspor 43 41 0 0 84
Ankaraguku 43 38 0 0 81
Genclerbirligi 43 38 0 0 81
Denizlispor 43 30 0 0 73

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