The eye watering value of Albion's second season in the Premier League has been revealed.

The Seagulls made more than £100 million from competing in the top flight.

It put them 16th in the table of earnings, one place higher than their finishing position.

Albion amassed just under £106 million, according to official figures from the Premier League.

The financial bonanza came from UK and international TV rights, facility fees, merit payments and commercial funds.

The biggest chunk was via international TV, worth an equal share of over £43 million to the 20 clubs.

Albion matches were selected for live broadcast on 13 occasions, giving them more exposure than seven others including Crystal Palace, Watford and Bournemouth.

The total sum received was slightly above Southampton's, even though their south coast rivals collected an extra £1.9 million in merit money by finishing a place higher.

Liverpool topped the table, earning almost £152.5 million, compared to £151 million for champions Manchester City.

Huddersfield, bottom and relegated by a distance, still pocketed nearly £97 million.