Despite five appearances on Sky Sports during the season Wolverhampton Wanderers earned just £135,000 in television revenue.
The Capital One Cup match away at Morecambe at the start of the season was Wolves biggest earner with £75,000 taken from that one match alone.
The home match against Crawley Town earned £30,000, whilst the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy match at home to Notts County and the League One matches away to Gillingham and Leyton Orient all earned a combined additional £30,000.
The television revenue is in stark contrast to the £65.79million West Brom earned in the Premier League last season.
Wolves of course did also benefit from £16m parachute payment from the Premier League television pot.
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