How Much Prize Money Will Be Awarded to The 32 Participating Nations in Fifa?

As the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar approach, it is clear that this is the athletic event everyone is talking about. Even if there have been a few surprises thus far, underdogs Morocco and Croatia have both played really well.

On Tuesday night, Croatia will take on Lionel Messi and Argentina in the semis; on Wednesday night, Morocco will take on the defending winners, France.

The Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) already declared a total prize pool of USD 440 million for this year’s tournament. Each of the four finalists will get a USD 25 million prizes. As an example, if a team finishes in fourth place, it will receive USD 25 million.

The team that comes in third would receive USD 27 million. The grand prize for the quadrennial championship is USD 42 million, with USD 30 million going to the runner-up.

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Prize Money Distribution by Position

prize money of fifa 2022

  • 1st Prize – $42 Million
  • 2nd Prize -$30 Million
  • 3rd Prize – $27 Million
  • 4th Prize – $25 Million
  • 5th – 8th (teams Exiting from Quarterfinals) – $17 Million
  • 9th – 16th (teams Exiting from The Round of 16) – $13 Million Each
  • 17th – 32nd (team Exiting in The Group Stage) – $9 Million Each

In Addition to The Prize Mentioned Above Money, Fifa Also Paid Each Team Usd $1.5 Million to Pay Initial Costs Before the Competition.

The Winning Team Will Receive Usd 42 Million, Which Is an Increase of Usd 4 Million Over the Usd 38 Million that The 2018 Champions, France, Got. Take a Look at The Remaining Schedule for The Fifa 2022 World Cup Qatar Games Here.

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