FIFA WC 2022 Prize Money: FIFA World Cup 2022 has come in its last phase. In this year’s World Cup, Argentina and defending champion France have made it to the finals. France defeated Morocco and Argentina defeated Croatia in the semi-finals. The final match of the World Cup will be played on December 18, Sunday. It has been revealed how much prize money will be given to the winning team and the runner-up team in the final. Let us know how much prize money will be given to a team from the finalist and runner-up in FIFA.
The winner will get 42 million dollars
A total of $440 million prize money will be distributed in the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup. This amount is 40 million dollars (about 331 Indian rupees) more than the previous season. This time, apart from the trophy, the FIFA winning team will be given an amount of $ 42 million (about 344 crore Indian rupees). At the same time, the runner-up will be given 30 million dollars (about 245 crore Indian rupees).
Rest of the teams will get this amount
Apart from the finalist and the runner-up, $27 million (about 220 crore Indian rupees) will be given to the third number team. Morocco and Croatia will clash on December 17 for the third spot. At the same time, $ 25 million (about 204 crore Indian rupees) will be given to the fourth number team.
Apart from this, the teams at number 5 to 8 will be given an amount of $ 17 million (about 138 crore Indian rupees). After this, $ 13 million (about 106 crore Indian rupees) will be given to the teams at number 9 to 16. At the same time, the teams at number 17 to 32 will be given an amount of $ 9 million (about 74 crore Indian rupees) as a reward.
Significantly, in the World Cup played in 2018, the winner France was given an amount of $ 38 million (about 314 crore Indian rupees). On the other hand, the runner-up Croatia was given 28 (about 231 crore Indian rupees) million dollars.
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