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Euro 2024: A Breakdown of how much each team will warn

Euro 2024-A Breakdown of how much each team will warn

The Euro 2024 tournament is attracting global attention with upsets and remarkable performances. The tournament began on June 14, with Germany’s 5-1 win over Scotland in their Group A opener, and will conclude on July 14. Featuring 51 games, including 36 in the group stage and 15 in the knockout rounds, the tournament offers substantial prize money.

Here’s a look at UEFA’s prize money distribution for Euro 2024, totalling €331m (£282.87m):

Participation Reward: €9.25m (£7.93m) for all 24 qualifying nations.

Group Stage: €1m (£860,000) per win, €500,000 (£429,000) per draw.

Round of 16: €1.5m (£1.29m).

Quarter-Finals: €2.5m (£2.14m).

Semi-Finals: €4m (£3.43m).

Finalist: €5m (£4.29m).

Winners: €8m (£6.86m).

Teams could earn up to €28.25m (£24.23m) if they win all group matches and the tournament.

Earnings Overview:

Minimum Earnings: €9.25m (£7.93m) for losing all group matches.

One Point Earners: Scotland, Albania, Poland, Czech Republic (€9.75m/£8.36m).

Round of 16: Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, England, Slovakia, Spain, Georgia, France, Belgium, Portugal, Slovenia, Romania, Netherlands, Austria, Turkey (€1.5m/£1.29m).

Quarter-Finals: Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, England, Netherlands, Turkey (€2.5m/£2.14m).

Semi-Finals: Spain, France, England, Netherlands (€4m/£3.43m).

At the time of writing, Spain is the only team with a 100% record, potentially earning the maximum €28.25m (£24.23m) if they win the tournament.