Downs, Chiefs lead 19/20 prize money


Mamelodi Sundowns have enjoyed a largely successful season, raking in R20.05-million in prize money thus far, while they remain in the running for a further R7-million.

Sundowns have already walked away with the biggest pay cheque this season, after bagging the Telkom Knockout and Absa Premiership titles.

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Check out the prize money each of the 16 PSL clubs pocketed this year in the pictures above!

The Brazilians on Saturday collected a historic R15-million cheque for being crowned 2019/20 league champions, adding to their R4.25-million picked up in the TKO last year.

After crashing out of the MTN8 at the semi-finals, the Tshwane outfit – like all top eight entrants barring the winners, who bag R8-million, pocketed another R800 000.

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Pitso Mosimane's charges have already completed the domestic double, but could make it a historic treble when they face Bloemfontein Celtic in the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday.

At the very least, they will walk away with total PSL earnings of R22.55-million, should they suffer defeat to Phunya Sele Sele, but if they come out victorious this total jumps to a massive R27.05-million rand.

Kaizer Chiefs, meanwhile, come in behind Downs and ahead of the rest of the league after racking up just under R12-million, despite not winning any of the cups and missing out on the 2019 MTN8.

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