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How much money Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham made from Premier League finish

Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are now aware of just how much money they'll receive from their Premier League season after finishing their campaign yesterday.

Overall, it's fair to say that only Spurs will be truly happy with the end result of their season. After a slow start under Nuno Espirito Santo, their season was turned around when Antonio Conte was brought in, with the club finishing fourth above their bitter rivals Arsenal.

The Gunners were in pole position to take the fourth spot, but crumbled towards the end of the season, including losses to Spurs and Newcastle.

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Chelsea, meanwhile, were defeated in Carling Cup and FA Cup finals to Liverpool whilst finishing third - 18 and 19 points behind Liverpool and Manchester City.

Certain teams are deemed to have 'nothing to play for' towards the end of the Premier League season. Usually, it's a mid-table side who won't be able to get enough points to capture a European place whilst also being in no danger of relegation.

However, below is an example of why every game matters - with millions being on offer to teams who place higher no matter what your position.

Premier League prize money

1) Manchester City £44m

2) Liverpool £41.8m

3) Chelsea £39.6m

4) Tottenham £37.4m

5) Arsenal £35.2m

6) Manchester United £33m

7) West Ham £30.8m

8) Leicester City £28.6m

9) Brighton £26.4m

10) Wolves £24.2m

11) Newcastle £22m

12) Crystal Palace £19.8m

13) Brentford £17.6m

14) Aston Villa £15.4m

15) Southampton £13.2m

16) Everton £11m

17) Leeds United £8.8m

18) Burnley £6.6m

19) Watford £4.4m

20) Norwich City £2.2m