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Every club to compete in the Premier League - and how much they earned during that time

49 clubs have competed in the Premier League since its inception in 1992/1993 - but how much money have they earned?

Courtesy of data provided by Football Finance expert Kieran Maguire (@PriceOfFootball), we take a look at the total income earned by each club during 1993 and 2018 when playing in the top-flight (excluding 2018-19 data) - ranked from lowest to highest. Click and scroll through the pages to discover where your clubs lies:

Time spent in PL: One season.'Total income earned: 52m (GBP).

5. Blackpool (45th)

Time spent in PL: One season.'Total income earned: 52m (GBP).
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Time spent in PL: Two seasons.'Total income earned: 53m (GBP).

6. Bradford City (44th)

Time spent in PL: Two seasons.'Total income earned: 53m (GBP).
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Time spent in PL: Five seasons.'Total income earned: 65m (GBP).

7. Nottingham Forest (43rd)

Time spent in PL: Five seasons.'Total income earned: 65m (GBP).
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Time spent in PL: Eight seasons.'Total income earned: 82m (GBP).

8. Wimbledon (42nd)

Time spent in PL: Eight seasons.'Total income earned: 82m (GBP).
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