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FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 Prize Money? What is the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 Prize Money? Have you wanted to find out what is the prize money of this upcoming FIFA Confederations Cup? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared an article and list on the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 Prize Money officially announced by Football governing body FIFA
The FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 will take place from 17 June to 2 July 2017. For the first time in the history of the tournament it will be held in Russia. It will be attended by world champions Germany, hosts Russia, and the champions of all six confederations – Australia (AFC), Chile (CONMEBOL), Mexico (CONCACAF), Portugal (UEFA) and New Zealand (OFC), with Africa’s representative to be determined in February 2017.
The Football governing body ”FIFA” has officially announced the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 Prize Money which has still shown a 15% increase compared to the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa, this year the total prize money is $20 million which will be shared amongst the teams despite the position they finish, not that they will share equally but each team will get some amount from it, the break down of the prize money has been displayed below.
How much money will the winner of the final, which will take place in Saint Petersburg on 2 July 2017, get prize money? The winner of the tournament will get $4.1 million while the runners up will get $3.6 million, third place finisher will get $3.0 million, fourth place finisher will get $2.5 million then the rest will get $1.7 million each.
FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 Prize Money (Confirmed)
Here is the prize money break down for the teams at the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia. Enjoy!
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FIFA Confederations Pirze money is derived during the traditional FIFA four year cycle which include 1 world cup. During the last cycle FIFA generated record $4.8 billion in revenue from 2011 to 2014 of which half $2.5 million is from the TV rights and other 30% comes from ticketing, marketing rights, hospitality and licensing
After the money has been generated almost half is paid to the FIFA World Cup teams and the remainders are kept for the FIFA Confederations Cup.
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