FIFA WC Prize Money – Argentina vs France Highlights: The World Cup champions Argentina has taken home $42 million (350 Crore) in prize money. Not only Argentina but Runner-UP France has also got richer by $30 million (250 Cr) from a FIFA prize fund of $440 million (3200 Crore). On the other hand FIFA themselves have earned whooping $7.5 billion from this World CUP cycle: Follow FIFA World CUP LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN
When France won the World Cup in 2018, the country’s federation got $38 million from FIFA’s $400 million prize fund.
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Argentina vs France Highlights: Not all the money goes to players, but they are expected to get a good chunk of it. France players such as Kylian Mbappé are in line to be paid a bonus of 554,000 euros ($586,000) by their federation for winning the final.
Every national soccer federation gets at least $9 million in prize money for playing at this year’s World Cup, plus $1.5 million for each toward costs of preparing for the tournament.
Third-place team Croatia earned $27 million in prize money. Morocco, which ended up in fourth, will be paid $25 million.
gets $42 million or Rs 344 crore while the runner-up gets $30 million or Rs 245 crore.
Croatia and Morocco, who are vying for the third spot stand to make $27 million or Rs 220 crore. The team coming in fourth gets $25 million or Rs 204 crore.
The teams that come in 5th to 8th place get $17 million or Rs 138 crore, while those between 9th and 16th place get $13 million or Rs 106 crore.
Teams between the 17th and 32nd place get $9 million or Rs 74 crore.
In the 2018 World Cup, the prize money for the winner was $38 million or Rs 314 crore. Prior to the 2010 World Cup, the winnings were considerably lesser, but even so, the men’s World Cup prize money is significantly higher when compared to the pool set aside for the 2023 Women’s World Cup that will take place in Australia and New Zealand. FIFA has set aside $60 million or Rs 496 crore as the total prize money.
FIFA WC 2022 Earning: Meanwhile, FIFA’s total revenue from this cycle of World Cup stands at whooping $7.5 billion. 65 to 70% of these earning came from broadcast & media rights. The rest of the monies were earned via sponsorship deals, plus ticket and hospitality sales.