Learn about the financial prizes for the “Euro 2020” teams.. “The Azzurri”, the champion, is the biggest winner

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The Italian national team, which recently won the European Nations Cup, received the lion’s share of the financial prizes allocated by the European Football Association “UEFA” to the 24 teams participating in the continental tournament.

UEFA allocated 371 million euros to the 16th edition of the European Championship, an increase of 23 percent over the awards in the previous edition in 2016 in France, which amounted to 304 million euros.

The Italian national team, which won the title, received a total of 34 million euros, while the runner-up England received 30.25 million euros.

How to distribute the financial prizes between the teams:

9.25 million euros for each of the 24 teams participating in the tournament.

1.5 million euros for each victory in the group stage.

750,000 euros for a draw in the group stage.

Two million euros for the 16 teams that qualified for the quarter-finals.

3.25 million euros for the eight teams that qualified for the quarter-finals.

5 million euros for the four teams that qualified for the semi-finals.

7 million euros for the loser in the final (England).

Ten million euros for the winner of the final (Italy).

It is noteworthy that the Italian national team crowned the European Nations Cup last Sunday after defeating its English counterpart in its stronghold at Wembley Stadium in London 3-2 on penalties, after the end of the original and extra time with a 1-1 draw, to lift the continental cup for the second time in its history after a year 1968.

The finals of the European Nations Cup “Euro 2020”, which was postponed for a whole year due to Corona, was held between June 11 and July 11 in 11 European cities for the first time in the history of the competition, to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of its launch, which are the cities: “Amsterdam, Baku, Seville, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and Petersburg.

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