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Euro 2020 Prize Money: How much will the Euro 2021 winner get in prize money?

Euro 2020 prize money distribution

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Euro 2020 Prize Money: How much will the Euro 2021 winner get in prize money?

Prize Money Euro 2020: (Confirmed)

They announced that there would be a significant increase in the prize money pool which has been finalized after the Euro 2016 group stage draw. The UEFA confirmed that the total prize money pool will be around €301 million which will be distributed among 24 national teams. That is a more than a 50% increase in the previous prize money pool of €194 million awarded back in 2012 in Poland/Ukraine.

Prize Money UEFA Euro 2020 – Total Price Pool is up €371 million

The 24 qualifiers for Euro 2020 will share record all-out prize cash of €371 million, a significant increment from the last European Championship, UEFA said at their Congress in Bratislava on Monday. The aggregate sum is 23 percent up from Euro 2016 in France, which was the first run through 24 nations made up the challenge.

Euro 2020 Prize Money: Qualification Split

Each contending country will get €9.25 million just for participating, in addition to a further €1.5 million for every success in the gathering stage and €750,000 for a draw.

There will be further prize cash for arriving at each round in the knockout stage, which means the victor will stash €20.25 million over profit from the gathering stage.

UEFA Euro 2020 Prize Money Distribution (total pool €371m)

STAGEPAYMENTDETAILS
Participation Fee €9,25 millionFor each and every 24 teams
Drawing a Group Match€500,000For drawing a match in the group stage
Winning a Group Match €1 millionEvery time a team wins a group match
Round of 16€1.5 millionAwarded to each and every 16 teams
Quarter-Finals €2.5 millionAwarded to all eight teams in quarterfinalists
Semifinals €4 millionAwarded to all four teams in semifinals
Runner-ups€5 millionAwarded To Team losing in the final
Champions €8 millionAwarded to Final Winners
Max Potential Earning€34 millionPotential earning for euro 2018 winners can reach €34m

Euro 2021 Prize Money: How much will the Euro 2020 winner get in prize money?

Euro 2020 Prize Money Distribution

Each of the 24 teams will get an €8m participation fee. There are bonuses in the group stage with €1 million for every win and €500,000 for every draw. Every Team qualifying for the round of 16 will get an additional €1.5 million. All 8 quarter-finalists will get another €2.5 million. Four semifinalists will pocket another €4 million each. Runners-up will get another €5 million and winners will get €8 million added to what they have already earned till semifinals.

So potential earnings of Euro 2016 winners can reach as much as €27 million, for runners-up €24 million and losing semifinalists can pocket as much as €19 million depending on how they perform in group stages.

Euro 2016 Set For 50% Increase In Revenue:

The competition itself will expand to 51 games where 24 teams will lock horn in what will be the biggest European Championship tournament ever. 65% increase in matches compared to just 31 played during 2012 competition means there will be more than 80% more tickets available for the competition and because the competition is taking place in one of the “top 5” markets which makes it more premium valued than the last 20 years of competitions.

The board of UEFA expects to generate somewhere around €450 million to €500 million in revenue for the 2016 competition while four ago Poland and Ukraine hosted the Euro 2012 which generated roughly €300 million. The increase in revenue means that the prize money awarded to teams will increase as well.

In the last 15 years, the total prize money pool of the competitions has been increasing every four years and the below table shows the rise in prize money from 2000 to 2016.

Qualified teams who can get Euro 2020 Prize Money

Only 2018 edition of FIFA World Cup host Russia, current world ranking number 1 Belgium and 2006 Germany edition of FIFA World Cup winner Italy have qualified for the 2021 Euros. There are many teams like France, England, and Spain who are on the verge of qualification though. The same can be said for Ronaldo’s Portugal and Lewandowski’s Poland. Germany is not far away either with their new team.

UEFA Euro 2020 prize money winner

How much will the Euro 2020 winner get in prize money to win Euro 2020? The 2021 champ will subsequently remove a limit of €34 million, contrasted with €27 million out of 2016.

Euro 2021 Prize Money: How much will the Euro 2021 winner get in prize money?

UEFA Euro 2016 Prize Money Distribution (total pool €301m)

STAGEPAYMENTDETAILS
Participation Fee €8 millionFor each and every 24 teams
Drawing a Group Match€500,000For drawing a match in the group stage
Winning a Group Match €1 millionEvery time a team wins a group match
Round of 16€1.5 millionAwarded to each and every 16 teams
Quarter-Finals €2.5 millionAwarded to all eight teams in quarterfinalists
Semifinals €4 millionAwarded to all four teams in semifinals
Runner-ups€5 millionAwarded To Team losing in the final
Champions €8 millionAwarded to Final Winners
Max Potential Earning€27 millionPotential earning for euro 2016 winners can reach €27m

UEFA Euro 2020 Prize Money Winner – Italy

How much did Italy get in prize money to win Euro 2020? Italy defeated England in the final of the 2021 European Championship at Wembley Stadium. They pocketed €25.5 million in prize money while runners-up Engalnd got €23.5 million. Below is the entire official breakdown of the 2020 Euro Prize money fund.

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