The International Football Association (FIFA) will not only pay participation fees and prize money to the associations but also to the players at the Women’s World Cup this summer. Every player in the tournament starting July 20 in Australia and New Zealand will receive at least 30,000 US dollars (27,992 euros), the 23 world champions each collect 270,000 dollars (251,936 euros).
FIFA is distributing a total of 110 million US dollars in prize money, around three times as much as in 2019. That’s a quarter of the total ($440 million) paid out for the men’s tournament.
The participating associations of the Women’s World Cup will receive an entry fee of 1.56 million US dollars. For the world championship title, there are 4.29 million dollars for the successful association.