UEFA EURO 2020 & Finance: How Much will the Winner Earn?
UEFA EURO 2020 is finally expected to take place this summer. 24 teams will fight to decide the best team in Europe.
This EURO is already setting some records, started from the number of host countries and finishing with the VAR being presented in this tournament for the first time.
Also the EURO 2020 prize is set to be a record number: the 24 participants will share a total of €371 million compared with the €301 million distributed at the last UEFA EURO in France.
The total prize will be distributed the following way: As it is decided, each participant team will receive 9.25 million euro as a participation fee. The winner of the tournament will be able to earn a maximum of 34 million euro (in total).
For a group stage win, the teams will earn 1.5 million euro, and 750,000 euro for a draw.
For reaching the Round of 16, each participant will earn 2 million euro, for the Quarter-finals, 3.25 million euro, and for reaching the Semi-finals, teams will earn 5 million euro.
If the team reaches the final and loses, it will earn 7 million euro, and for winning the final match, the team will earn 10 million euro.
The tournament prize money was finalized back in February, 2018. The UEFA EURO 2020 will be held from June 11 to July 11, 2021.