The Premier League’s plan to increase financial support for the English Football League (EFL) by £358 million over three seasons to 2025-26 comes with conditions. EFL clubs would get an additional £88 million this season, £101 million next season, and £169 million the following season, with ongoing increases.
Premier League’s £358m EFL Aid Proposal: What You Need to Know
The Premier League proposes that Championship clubs receive 75% of the funds, League One clubs 15%, and League Two clubs 10%. EFL clubs argue they’d only get 14.75% of net media revenue, falling short of their desired 25%.
Additional funding conditions include more matches for under-21 clubs, allocating funds for facilities, and maintaining parachute payments. Discussions continue before a formal proposal is voted upon by EFL clubs.