As the World Cup champions of Qatar, either Argentina or France will receive $44 million of the $440 million prize pool.

FIFA funds host country organizing committees, prize money, team and support staff travel, and lodging. Furthermore, it contributes to a legacy fund that will support the growth of the sport in the host country after the World Cup circus departs.

The competition winner will receive $44 million from a total prize pool of $440 million for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which featured 64 matches and 32 teams in its 22nd edition. Argentina Vs France is the final one on Sunday and is not only the most important but also the most exciting game of the month-long tournament in Qatar.

According to FIFA, four years of commercial deals related to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have generated an unprecedented $7.5 billion in revenue.

More than 200 officials from FIFA’s member countries were informed of the earnings, which are $1 billion higher than the earnings from FIFA’s previous World Cup cycle leading up to the 2018 tournament in Russia.

FIFA organizes its accounts in four-year cycles around each World Cup. During the 2015-2018 fiscal year, which included the World Cup in Russia, the governing body earned $6.4 billion. It has used that money to help member organizations during a period of uncertainty in 2020 when national team football and World Cup qualifying matches have all but been canceled.

The organization’s revenues are expected to approach $10 billion over the next four years, thanks to a new financial plan for women’s football and the expanded 2026 World Cup in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, which will feature 48 teams competing for the first time, up from the current 32.

Source: AP, Aljazeera


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