The world football governing body – FIFA has rolled out cash prizes for players that will participate at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup billed for Australia and New Zealand this July.
FIFA guaranteed, that each player registered in the squad by the qualifying countries will receive at least $30,000, with the finalists receiving as much as $270,000.
The group stages will entertain eight different groups of four teams each, which provides all 32 squads a guaranteed sum of $30,000 per participating player.
The 16 teams to qualify from each group into the knockout stages are guaranteed double the previous prize, with each player earning $60,000 in the Round of 16.
Furthermore, all players that feature in the final eight, will earn $90,000 each, with the semi-finalists earning $165,000 and $180,000 for 4th and 3rd place respectively.
The finalists will be guaranteed $195,000, up until $75,000 is added to the base prize for the eventual winner of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, summing up a total of $270,000 grand prize.
The players that will cut the provisional Super Falcons squad will surely be motivated by the latest development from the World’s governing body and would endeavor to meet expectations on the global stage at the blast of the whistle on the 21st of July against Canada