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Everton and Liverpool set for further financial boost after another deal struck following £2bn windfall

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The global appeal of the Premier League continues to grow.

But the six-year US TV deal that was struck back in November saw NBC renew for six years at a sum of £2bn.

For Everton and Liverpool the broadcasting rights form the cornerstone of their economic strategy.

Having secured domestic rights on the same terms as the previous cycle during the pandemic there was hope that interest in the world's most watched football league would be maintained and that the money paid would follow suit, if not reaching the heights that may have been possible in a pre-COVID world.

EXCLUSIVE: Everton new stadium progress clear in 19 images from Bramley-Moore Dock The PPTV deal was an outlier, and the Premier League won a High Court battle to recoup £164m from the broadcaster earlier this week.

For the 2019/20 season, Everton brought in £87.6m from domestic and international TV rights, the latter being worth £55.8m.

For Liverpool over the same accounting period, while the figures for winning the Premier League weren't included in the Reds' accounts owing to the season completing after the cut off date for the financial year, the Anfield club brought in £134.1m That figure was reached through the equal share that all clubs receive of £35m, facility fees of £31m and £71.3m from overseas payments.
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