It is run by the English team.. 10 clubs with the most money from FIFA thanks to the participation of their players in the World Cup | sports

Before the start of the twenty-second edition of the World Cup, the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) announced that it will distribute sums of money to clubs, in exchange for sending their players to participate with their countries in the World Cup.

On October 11, FIFA announced the value of that amount, which is $209 million, and will pay clubs compensation for each day their players stayed during tournament matches, including the preparation period before the start of the World Cup.

Clubs will earn $10,000 for each day that each player remains with their national team, including the preparation period, provided that the player has already participated in their club’s matches, two years prior to the start of the tournament.

In these lines, we single out the top 10 clubs, whose coffers will be refreshed by FIFA awards, after the end of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar:

Atletico Madrid (3.15 million euros)

Atletico Madrid benefited from the arrival of four of its players in the finals of the World Cup in Qatar 2022, bringing the total earnings to 3.15 million euros.

And the Argentinian trio participated in the final: Rodrigo de Paul, Angel Correa and Nahuel Molina, along with French colleague Antoine Griezmann.

In addition to this quartet, there are 9 other players who participated in the World Cup from the “Rocky Blancos”, namely: Koke, Alvaro Morata and Marcos Llorente with Spain, Joao Felix with Portugal, Axel Witsel and Yannick Carrasco, Jose Jimenez with Uruguay , Hector Herrera with Mexico and Daniel SPA with Denmark.

Tottenham Hotspur (3.55 million euros)

Tottenham Hotspur, which will earn 3.55 million euros, participated in the World Cup in Qatar through numerous players, and Frenchman Hugo Lloris and Argentinean Christian Romero reached the final.

Apart from these two players, Ivan Perišić won bronze with Croatia, while Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Richarlison said goodbye to the World Cup with England and Brazil in the quarter-finals, and South Korean Son Heung left before them, who left the final price.

Ajax Amsterdam (3.58 million euros)

Ajax will receive around 3.58 million euros for the participation of 11 of its players in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Seven members of the Dutch national team: Stephen Berges, Daley Blind, Stephen Bergwijn, Davy Claassen, Urian Timber, Remko Pasveer and Kenneth Taylor won the quarterfinals with the “mills”.

While the Mexican duo Edson Alvarez and Jorge Sanchez and their colleagues Muhammad Quddous from Ghana and Dušan Tadić from Serbia said goodbye to the World Cup in the group stage, while the owner of the achievement was Nicolas Tagliafico who was crowned the Argentine national team.

Real Madrid (4.29 million euros)

Real Madrid entered the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with 13 players, and the Merengue will receive €4.29 million for their trip to the World Cup.

At the head of these players is the French trio, Karim Benzema, who remained on the list despite leaving the “roosters” camp before the start of the WC, along with Orolin Chawamini and Eduardo Camavinga, who reached the final.

Luka Modrić traveled with Croatia (third place) to Qatar, and the duo of Marco Asensio and Dani Carvajal with Spain (round of 16), and the trio: Vinicius Jr., Rodrigo Goss and Eder Militao (round of 16), Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard with Belgium, the German Antonio Rudiger and Federico Valverde are from Uruguay, and they all left in the group stage.

Chelsea (4.37 million euros)

Chelsea will receive 4.37 million euros, although their players had mixed performances during the 22nd edition of the World Cup.

Hakim Ziyash with Morocco and Mateo Kovacets with Croatia were fourth and third respectively, while Thiago Silva with Brazil reached the quarter-finals, and the same applies to the English trio: Connor Gallagher, Mason Mount and Raheem Sterling.

As for American Christian Pulisic and Senegalese Edouard Mendy, they were eliminated from the World Cup in the round of 16, and German Kai Havertz was eliminated from the group stage ahead of them.

Paris Saint-Germain (4.64 million euros)

The Parisian club arrived at the World Cup in Qatar with eleven players, led by the Argentine world champion Lionel Messi and his runner-up Kylian Mbappe.

After them comes the fourth Moroccan Ashraf Hakimi, then the Brazilian duo Marquinhos and Neymar da Silva and the Portuguese trio: Nuno Mendes, Danilo Pereira and Vitina, all of whom were eliminated in the quarterfinals.

As for the Spanish duo, Carlos Soler and Pablo Sarabia, they were eliminated in the round of 16 by Morocco, and before them Keylor Navas, who settled for the group stage with Costa Rica.

Manchester United (4.65 million euros)

The record holder for the number of winners of the English Premier League will receive 4.65 million euros from its players participating in the World Cup.

Harry Maguire reached the quarter-finals with England, the same stage reached by Anthony and Casemiro with Brazil, and Borno Fernandez and Diogo Dalot with Portugal.

As for two of their colleagues: the Frenchman Raphael Varane and the Argentinian Lisandro Martinez, they reached the finals.

If Cristiano Ronaldo had stayed at the Red Devils, he would have added an additional amount to the club’s coffers, but that will not happen. Due to the termination of the contract between the two parties on the eve of the first match for Portugal at the World Cup.

Bayern Munich (4.97 million euros)

Many stars of the “Bavarian” giant participated in the World Cup and gave the national teams 15 players, for a fee of 4.97 million euros.

Germany were eliminated from the first round, despite the presence of Manuel Neuer, Thomas Mueller, Leon Goritska, Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane and Jamal Musiala, accompanied by Canadian Alfonso Davies and Cameroonian Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.

Along with them, Dayot Upamecano, Theo Hernandez and Walkingsley Coman participated with France to the finals, Matthias de Ligt with the Netherlands to the quarterfinals, Josip Stanišić and Naseer Mazraoui with Croatia and Morocco.

Barcelona (5.34 million euros)

FC Barcelona is the team whose players participated the most in the World Cup in Qatar, with 17 players, for which the amount of 5.34 million euros will be awarded.

Eric Garcia, Alejandro Balde, Jordi Alba, Pedri, Gavi, Busquets, Ansu Fati and Ferran Torres wore the jersey of Spain, which was deposited in the round of 16, while Jules Conde and Osman Dembele represented France.

The duo, Frenkie de Jong and Memphis Depay, defended the jersey of the Dutch national team until the quarter-finals, and Rafinha for the Brazilian national team, while the Polish Robert Lewandowski was eliminated in the second round.

While Dane Andreas Christensen, German Mark Andre Terchtgen and Ronald Araujo from Uruguay settled for the group stage.

Manchester City (€5.36 million)

The champion of the English Premier League in the past two seasons is on the throne of the most profitable clubs from the Qatar WC 2022 with a total of 5.36 million euros.

Argentina’s Julian Alvarez got the better of Manchester City at the World Cup in Qatar to reach the final, while the hopes of goalkeeper Ederson with Brazil and defender Nathan Ake with the Netherlands were dashed in the quarter-finals.

The same fate was experienced by the English quintet: Kyle Walker, John Stones, Phil Foden, Jack Gerelich and Calvin Phillips, as well as the Portuguese trio: Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo and Robin Dias.

As for the Spanish duo: Emeric Laporte and Rodrigo, and the Swiss Emmanuel Akanji, their participation ended in the round of 16.

Disappointing was the participation of Kevin De Bruyne and Ilkay Gundogan, with the national teams of Belgium and Germany; They left in the group stage.

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