Premier League parachute payments: How much did your club earn from relegation? Thu, June 1, 2017
Express Sport runs through the Premier League payments received by relegated clubs over the last four seasons
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How much did your team earn from parachute payments over the last four years?
Teams that were relegated during the 2012/13 and 2013/14 seasons each received a payment of £16.3m, made up of overseas TV revenue and an equal share of the domestic pot.
Meanwhile, clubs that went down last year were handed a much bigger slice of money for their first year in the Championship.
Queens Park Rangers are an anomaly, having gone down twice in the past four years, while Hull City and Burnley were relegated in 2014/15 but spent the 2016/17 season back in the Premier League and therefore did not receive payment.
Scroll through the gallery above to see how much money your relegated club raked in during the 2016/17 Premier League season.