The Premier League has today revealed the exact amount each club pocketed for the 2015/16, as well as parachute payments made to lower division sides.
Arsenal are the biggest winners, despite finishing second behind Leicester City, and they have been rewarded with a cool £100,952, 257.
Despite being the worst team in the Premier League by some distance, Aston Villa can drown their sorrows with £66,622,215.
Parachute payments, made to clubs relegated from the top flight in recent seasons, saw Hull City, Queens Park Rangers, Cardiff City and Fulham pick up more than £20 million each.
Wolverhampton Wanderers, who last played in the Premier League back in 2012, will no doubt be delighted with their £10,535,162.