Euro 2020 prize money were finalised in February 2018. All 24 teams who participate earned 9.25 million Euro.
The 24 qualifiers for Euro 2020 will share record all out prize cash of 371 million euros ($456m, £327m), a significant increment from the last European Championship, UEFA said at their Congress in Bratislava on Monday.
The aggregate sum is 23 percent up from Euro 2016 in France, which was the first run through 24 nations made up the challenge. Each contending country will get 9.25 million euros essentially for participating, in addition to a further 1.5 million euros for each success in the gathering stage and 750,000 euros for a draw.
There will be further prize cash for arriving at each round in the knockout stage, which means the champ will take 20.25 million euros on income from the gathering stage. The champ will along these lines remove a limit of 34 million euros, contrasted with 27 million euros in 2016.
Euro 2020 will be played in 12 distinct urban communities across Europe, with Wembley in London facilitating the last on July 11.
UEFA likewise dismissed the application by Jersey, a British Crown Dependency in the Channel Islands, to turn into a part after it neglected to get casts a ballot in favor from 66% of the European affiliation’s 55 existing individuals.
Stages – Prize Money
Qualified for Tournament – €9.25 million (All 24 Teams)
Group Stage – €1.5 million (win) & €750,000 (draw)
Round of 16 – €2 million (16 Teams)
Quarter Finals – €3.25 million (8 Teams)
Semi-Finals – €5 Million (4 teams)
Runner-ups – €7 Million
Winners – €10 Million
Total Prize Money – €370 Million