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FIFA World Cup 2022 : Prize money for winners and runners up

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FIFA World Cup 2022: The FIFA World Cup 2022 is nearing its conclusion, with the final between France and Argentina set to begin on Sunday, December 18. Football fans can expect a grueling battle between current World Champions France and Lionel Messi’s Argentina, as both nations compete for the tournament’s third title. Argentina won the trophy in 1978 and 1986, while France won it in 1998 and 2018.

FIFA World Cup 2022 : Prize money for winners and runners up

The winner of the FIFA World Cup 2022 final will receive $42 million in prize money, which is approximately Rs 347 crore. This is a significant sum. The winner will receive $30 million (Rs 248 crore). The third-placed team (Croatia, who defeated Morocco 2-1 on Saturday night) receives $27 million (Rs 2.39 billion), while the fourth-placed team receives $25 million (Rs 2.06 billion).

According to reports, the winner of the FIFA World Cup 2022 final will receive a whopping $42 million, while the runner-up will receive $30 million. As a result, the finalists will treasure their $72 million prize money. Meanwhile, the third-place team will receive $27 million, while the fourth-place team will receive $25 million.

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Brazil, the Netherlands, Portugal, and England will each receive $17 million for reaching the quarter-finals. The United States, Senegal, Australia, Poland, Spain, Japan, Switzerland, and South Korea will each receive $13 million for reaching the round of 16. In addition, Qatar, Ecuador, Wales, Iran, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Denmark, Tunisia, Canada, Belgium, Germany, Costa Rica, Serbia, Cameroon, Ghana, and Uruguay will each receive $9 million for their participation in the group stages.

 

Meanwhile, ahead of the final, Argentina captain, Lionel Messi announced his retirement from international football after the title match. Messi is aiming for the first World Cup trophy of his glittering career. Mbappe, on the other hand, is aiming to win his second World Cup title, having already done so in 2018.

According to reports, the FIFA World Cup trophy is ‘solid gold.’ It stands 36.5 cm tall and has a 13 cm diameter base, weighing approximately 6.175 kg. According to the report, the winning team does not receive a real solid gold trophy, but rather a replica of a bronze trophy with gold plating.

The solid gold FIFA World Cup trophy is kept at the Museum in Zurich, Switzerland for fans to view from time to time, and it is also drawn out of the museum for ceremonies and appearances during an official event, according to the report.

 

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