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FIFA Club World Cup Prize Money | How Much Winners Share? What Will be teams TV Bonus Revenue?

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Club World Cup Prize Money

FIFA organized one of the top competition among the winners of top competitions of Europe, South America, Asia and Africa. The 19th edition of Club World Cup announced it will be held in Morocco. The dates for the upcoming FIFA Club World Cup 2022, announced first match played on 1st February and finals played on 11th February 2023. The two cities where all matches played (Tangier) and Rabat of Morocco. FIFA Club World Cup prize money for the upcoming edition announced.

SummaryPrize Money
Semi Final Payouts$2m (each losing team)
Second Round Payments$1.5m
Participating Fee$2m | each team received the payment
TV Money bonus$10m | the payment will be distributed among UEFA and Conmebol
Potential Earnings$12m
Total Prize Money$60m | including tv money bonus and potential earnings
How Much Winning Team of Club World Cup Earn?

The official details about prize money not revealed yet, however the details are based on previous events. According to past prize money the winner of club world cup will receive share of $6m and overall earnings of winning team receive to $12m which include ($2m guaranteed participation fees) and further money will be based on tv money which will be either $3m or $2.5m.

What will be runner-ups share in CWC?

The runner-ups in the FIFA club world cup will receive share of $4m. The runner-up team maximum earn $8m which include $2m guaranteed participation fees and tv bonus.

How Much Each Team in Club World Cup 2022 already earn?
  • There will be share for UEFA, Conmebol teams in the TV bonus.
  • Each team will receive $2m as participation fees.
TeamsPrize MoneyTV MoneyPotential Earnings
Real Madrid$2m + $2m (semi final)$5m
Flamengo$2m + $2m (semi final)$3m
Seattle Sounders FC$2m + $1.5m$1m
Al-Hilal$2m + $1.5m
Wydad Casablanca$2m + $1.5m
Auckland City$2m
Al Ahly$2m

Further details regarding to FIFA club world cup prize money updated once the event will be completed based on tv sponsorships and potential earnings of the clubs.