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FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Prize money revealed: Here’s how much each team will earn

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is in the final stages with Argentina facing France in the final on Sunday. Croatia will face Morocco in the third-place playoff. We are at the business end of this tournament with the final two matches remaining.

Argentina and France will both want to win their World Cup. Argentina won the FIFA World Cup in 1978 and 1986 while France won in 1998 and 2018. Moreover, it will be Lionel Messi’s last World Cup game, so the football world wants the Argentine magician to finish his career with the only trophy missing from his cabinet. However, you can’t rule out a team having Mbappe, who can produce a moment of magic like his club teammate Messi and win the match. It is poised to be an evenly contested final without any outright favourite.

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 – Prize money revealed: Here’s how much the teams will earn

According to multiple reports, the prize money has been revealed for each team. It will be based on the position they finish this tournament. The winners and the runners-up will receive the highest prize money. Let’s take a look at the prize money each team will receive.

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Finalists

  • Winner (Argentina/France): $42 million
  • Runners-up (Argentina/France): $30 million

Semi-finalists

  • Third-placed team (Croatia/Morocco): $27 million
  • Fourth-placed team (Croatia/Morocco): $25 million

Quarter-finalists

  • Brazil – $17 million
  • Netherlands – $17 million
  • Portugal – $17 million
  • England – $17 million

Round of 16

  • USA – $13 million
  • Senegal – $13 million
  • Australia – $13 million
  • Poland – $13 million
  • Spain – $13 million
  • Japan – $13 million
  • Switzerland – $13 million
  • South Korea – $13 million

Group stage

  1. Qatar -$9 million
  2. Ecuador – $9 million
  3. Wales – $9 million
  4. Iran – $9 million
  5. Mexico – $9 million
  6. Saudi Arabia – $9 million
  7. Denmark – $9 million
  8. Tunisia – $9 million
  9. Canada – $9 million
  10. Belgium – $9 million
  11. Germany – $9 million
  12. Costa Rica – $9 million
  13. Serbia – $9 million
  14. Cameroon – $9 million
  15. Ghana – $9 million
  16. Uruguay – $9 million

Read: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: Race for the Golden Ball – Who will win it?

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Rahul Roy
Rahul Roy
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