England vs Italy Prize Money: How Much Euro 2023 Winners will Earn?

Euro 2023 Final LIVE: Italy vs England prize money and player earnings. The winners of the final will make €10 million ((₹103.5 crores) while the runner-up will earn €7 million (₹ 72.48 crores).

The exciting football contest of the Euro 2023 final is all set to take place between England vs Italy tonight. The English football team is eying on their first Euro trophy while Italy will look to end their long wait for the European champion. The game will be played at iconic Wembley Stadium.

The prize money of Euro 2023 has been increased by the UEFA that means the total prize money to earn is around €371 million, which is quite massive. Every participating team in the tournament will earn something irrespective of where they finished in the Euro 2023.

England vs Italy Prize Money: How much could both teams earn?

Italy and England have made it through the Euro 2023 final to pocket the maximum share of Euro 2023 prize money. Both the teams will earn money for every qualification, Group stage to become winners of the competition.

Italy team is undefeated in the competition, and if they beat the English team in the final, the team will take home Euro 2023 prize money of €34 million.

On the other hand, if the Three Lions win the Euro 2023 final, they will get prize money of €32.75 million.

How much Euro prize money will players get?

The players of both teams will receive 40 per cent of the team’s earnings along with the match fee for each game.

READ: UEFA Euro Winners 2023: List of All European Champions & Runner Ups

The Euro 2023 finalists, Italy, and England players could earn around €500K each from the prize money.

Euro 2023 Prize Money

  • Winner: €10,000,000 
  • Runner-up: €7,000,000 
  • Semifinalists: €5,000,000
  • Quarterfinalists: €3,250,000
  • Round of 16: €2,000,000
  • Group match victory: €1,500,000
  • Group match draw: €750,000
  • Group stage: €9,250,000

After four weeks of football action, the Euro 2023 final to be played tonight between England and Italy. Both the teas are just a step away from the biggest European title and huge prize money rewards. You can catch the live score of the final here on UEFA’s official website.

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