The Premier League has for many years supported clubs in the English Football League (EFL) and the National League, not just with core solidarity payments to assist their general costs, but also investment into their wide-ranging community programmes, and to fund their development of young players in their academies.
The League has published club-by-club infographics detailing the funding that each of the 72 clubs across the EFL received in the 2019/20 season.
This funding is received annually and is in addition to the rescue package to address the immediate financial challenges faced by EFL clubs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Click on the club names below to download a PDF (100kB) that reveals the breakdown of the funding for that individual club as well as for the wider national game in the 2019/20 season.
|Championship||League One||League Two|
|Barnsley||AFC Wimbledon||Bradford City|
|Birmingham City||Accrington Stanley||Cambridge United|
|Blackburn Rovers||Blackpool||Carlisle United|
|Brentford||Bolton Wanderers||Cheltenham Town|
|Bristol City||Bristol Rovers||Colchester United|
|Cardiff City||Burton Albion||Crawley Town|
|Charlton Athletic||Bury||Crewe Alexandra|
|Derby County||Coventry City||Exeter City|
|Fulham||Doncaster Rovers||Forest Green Rovers|
|Huddersfield Town||Fleetwood Town||Grimsby Town|
|Hull City||Gillingham||Leyton Orient|
|Leeds United||Ipswich Town||Macclesfield Town|
|Luton Town||Lincoln City||Mansfield Town|
|Middlesbrough||Milton Keynes Dons||Morecambe|
|Millwall||Oxford United||Newport County|
|Nottingham Forest||Peterborough United||Northampton Town|
|Preston North End||Portsmouth||Oldham Athletic|
|Reading||Rotherham United||Port Vale|
|Sheffield Wednesday||Shrewsbury Town||Salford City|
|Stoke City||Southend United||Scunthorpe United|
|West Brom||Tranmere Rovers||Swindon Town|
|Wigan Athletic||Wycombe Wanderers||Walsall|