How UEFA Nations League Prize Money Is Distributed
UEFA has confirmed that each of the 55 European countries competing in the Nations League will receive an increase in solidarity payments and prize money. The increase in funding was made possible by UEFA's earnings from Euro 2016 as well as the healthy state of its finances. The following infographic shows how the solidarity fees and prize money will be distributed.
For example, the solidarity fees in League A will amount to €2.25 million per team while the winner will receive a bonus of €2.25 million. The amount of funding falls across the four different leagues and it amounts to €750,000 in League D. The group's winners will receive the exact same sum.
When it comes to the biggest prizes on offer, the overall winners of the Nations League will pocket €6 million while the runners-up will get €4.5 million. Third place will receive €3.5 million while fourth will win €2.5 million.
This chart provides an overview of how prize money and solidarity fees are paid out to the 55 competitors.
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