UEFA Euro 2020 Prize Money increases to $456m: The 2020 UEFA European Football Championship is already being crazed on and especially the fans from Portugal are really excited for the matches. In case you don’t already know, the 2016 version of the UEFA Euro was won by Portugal and hence, they will definitely walking to the tournament with a different sort of confidence which is going to be very helpful to them throughout the tournament. All the Portugal fans are wishing that this time, their favorite team takes the gold yet again consecutively. There was huge prize money that they won which is why there are many speculations about the UEFA Euro 2020 prize money. All the details about it that are revealed as of yet is going to be available in this article. Stay tuned.
UEFA Euro 2020 Prize Money
The UEFA Euro 2020 prize money had already been finalized back in February 2018. All the 24 teams that are participating in the tournament are going to be paid €9.25M. In the group stage matches, €1.5M is going to be given to the winning team and €750,000 to each team if a draw happens.
Out of the total UEFA Euro 2020 prize money, €2M is going to be given to all the 16 teams that are going to qualify for the round of 16 and the price will go up once they reach the quarter-finals.
8 teams are going to reach the quarter-finals and they will be paid €3.25M each and the winners will qualify for the semi-finals.
The four teams that I want to qualify for the semi-finals are going to get the UEFA Euro 2020 prize money of €5M each.
Ultimately comes the finals in which the loser of the match (the runner-up of the tournament) is going to get €7M while the winners are going to get the UEFA Euro 2020 trophy UEFA Euro 2020 prize money of €10M which is definitely a huge amount of money. This is how much winning the tournament would matter to the teams.
UEFA Euro 2020 Prize Money Distribution
UEFA Euro 2020 Details
The craze of the football fans for the 16th edition of the UEFA Euro is huge already and that is why the internet is bent on knowing all the possible information about the tournament before it starts off. The matter of the fact is that the tournament is yet to start and in fact, there is a lot of time left in it.
On 6th December 2012, it was decided by the former President of UEFA called Michel Platini that the tournament is going to be held in multiple cities (12 cities, to be precise) across Europe to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the tournament. This tournament is definitely going to be grand because of these reasons and it is undoubtedly going to produce a number of great matches like it always does. The UEFA European Championship qualifying rounds are getting enough viewership already and we can all just wonder how much the viewership would go up, once the tournament starts.
UEFA Euro 2020 Teams
The Euro 2020 tournament is going to start on 12th June 2020 and is going to end on 12th July 2020 and between that time, a lot of matches are going to be played among 24 teams. These 24 teams are being selected by the UEFA Euro 2002 qualifying team rounds which are being played by the 12 host teams also.