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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Fifa World Cup 2018 Prize Money Details

FIFA is pondering to spend a huge amount of money in upcoming 21st edition of FIFA World Cup which will be scheduled to stage in next 2018 and Russia will be the host nation. FIFA is planning for making upcoming edition amazing over last two years and as a part of their plan, they are going to increase the competition rewards of the largest football competition almost 22% than previous episode.
FIFA World cup 2014 total revenue included $2.4 billion in TV rights, $1.5 billion in sponsorship and commercial activities around 2014 world cup while ticket sales generated another $550 for fifa. While costs included that $576 million in prize money & insurance payments for clubs, another $370 million in tv production, $470 million was invested to help organize the 2014 world cup and another $100 million was handed to Brazilian FA as “Legacy” payment
Germany the winners of 2014 World Cup took $35 million and runners up Argentina $25 million.FIFA’s annual earning was $4.8 billion in the year 2014 and made expenses $2.7 billion which make profit of $2.1 billion.TV rights is one of the major source of revenue for FIFA and they sold it for $2.4 billion.
FIFA world cup 2018 is host russia tournament will be held between 14 June to 15 July 2016. Total 32 team going to participate on the tournament dividing into eight group. Top two team of the group will qualify for the next round. Russia already qualified for the 2018 FIFA world cup as host country. Total 64 Match will be played between the tournament in 12 venues of 11 Cities.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Prize Money

Stage
World Cup Prize money (2018)
Stage
World Cup Prize money (2014)
Preparation Fee for 32 qualified teams
$2 million each
Preparation Fee for 32 qualified teams
$1.5 million each
Group Stage (16 eliminated teams)
$10 million each
Group Stage (16 eliminated teams)
$8 million each
Round of 16 (8 eliminated teams)
$12 million each
Round of 16 (8 eliminated teams)
$9 million each
Quarterfinal (4 losing sides)
$18 million each
Quarterfinal (4 losing sides)
$14 million each
Fourth Place Team
$25 million
Quarterfinal (4 losing sides)
$18 million
Third Place Team
$30 million
Third Place Team
$20 million
Runners-up
$40 million
Runners-up
$25 million
Winners
$50 million
Winners
$35 million
 
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