The benefit of Champions League football & the Premier League broadcasting deal to Liverpool FCDaniel Geey
Financial Regulatory Environment
UEFA FFP and Premier League Cost Control and Sustainability Rules
Explanation Table for Acceptable Deviation
Premier League Summary
Profitability and Sustainability
- future financial information to the Premier League; and
- evidence of sufficient Secure Funding (as defined in Rule A.1.143) of up to £90m injected into the club by way of shares (Rule E57 and E.58).
Prize Money and TV Distributions
The Context: The Latest Premier League and UEFA Deals
Prize Money for Champions League Participation
Prize Money for Premier League Participation
Conclusion and the Upside for Liverpool
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- Tags: Champions League | Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) | Europa League | Financial Fair Play | Football | Governance | Premier League | Regulation
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