Manchester City earned the sum of £96.5 million as a consequence of winning this seasons Premier League, an increase of almost £40 million on the amount they received last season.
Per the Premier League, the money is split as follows between all sides:
The Premier League Founder Members' Agreement - the contract signed by the initial clubs that formed the League in 1992 - sets out that 50% of UK broadcast revenue be split equally between the 20 clubs, 25% paid in Merit Payments (depending on where a club finishes in the final League table), and the final 25% paid in Facility Fees each time a club's matches are broadcast in the UK.
All international broadcast revenue, and central commercial revenue, is split equally amongst the 20 clubs.
Despite winning the Premier League it was Liverpool, and not City, who earned the most this season by virtue of them shown more times on TV and to put into context the effect of the new television deals the league's bottom side Cardiff earned more this season than Manchester United did in 2012/13.
The amount stated is only as a result of Premier League revenues and therefore does not include any monies as a result of participation in the Champions League.