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Breakdown of €475,500 prize money for League of Ireland clubs revealed

The FAI has released a statement detailing just how much each team is in line to earn this season.

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny is thrown in the air by his players after they captured the league title Dundalk were 2015 Premier Division champions. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

A BREAKDOWN of how this year’s prize money for the SSE Airtricity League Premier and First Divisions has been revealed.

At the recent league launch, FAI Director of Competitions Fran Gavin announced that there would be an increase of 50% on last season – from €315,500 to €475,500 — due in part to the TRACKCHAMP live-streaming deal.

On the eve of the new campaign, the FAI has released a statement detailing how much each of the 20 clubs will pick up depending on their final league position.

Of the €475,500, €371,500 will go to Premier Division clubs, with the champions earning €110,000 and the bottom-placed side picking up €17,000.

The remaining €104,000 will be divided up between the First Division outfits from €30,000 to €8,000.

The breakdown of the Premier Division prize money

1 – €110,000
2 – €55,000
3 – €35,000
4 – €25,000
5 – €21,000
6 – €19,500
7 – €18,500
8 – €18,000
9 – €18,000
10 – €17,500
11 – €17,000
12 – €17,000

The breakdown of the First Division prize money

1 – €30,000
2 – €17,500
3 – €12,000
4 – €10,500
5 – €9,500
6 – €8,500
7 – €8,000
8 – €8,000

On top of that, winnings from the FAI Cup, EA Sports Cup and Fair Play league mean an additional €121,000 is up for grabs.

The champions will also claim at least €550,00 for qualifying for the Uefa Champions League and the three clubs below them are set to take a minimum of €200,000 in the Europa League.  

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