The prize money for winning the Premier League is £17m I believe.
* A trophy.
Yes. But no prize for the winners
Prize Money for the 2009/2010 Premier League Season.Chelsea - £16,000,000 (WINNERS)Manchester United - £15,200,000Arsenal - £14,400,000Totenham Hotspur - £13,600,000Manchester City - £12,800,000Aston Villa - £12,000,000Liverpool - £11,200,000Everton - £10,400,000Birmingham - £9,600,000Blackburn - £8,800,000Stoke - £8,000,000Fulham - £7,200,000Sunderland - £6,400,000Bolton - £5,600,000Wolves - £4,800,000Wigan - £4,000,000West Ham - £3,200,000Burnley - £2,400,000Hull - £1,600,000Portsmouth - £800,000The 2009/2010 Premier League season saw a rise of around 5% with regards to how much each club will earn for their final position in the league table. Chelsea will receive a huge £16 million in prize money for winning the Premiership title and each club below them will receive £800,000 less than the club above them.
No. The Premier League is far more valuable, directly and indirectly. Along with prize money there are other elements to the earnings like TV rights, advertising and the potential to earn more by qualifying for the Champions League.