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UEFA Euro 2020 Prize Money

You didn’t just think that Euro 2020 competition was just to kick the ball, score, and win matches for the 24 teams with games in 12 European countries. 

No! There must be something enticing for the managers as well as the players apart from the Euro 2020 trophy. And your guess is as right as mine. It’s the prize money that has increased to €371 million from €301 million (Euro 2016).

Total prize money distribution fir UEFA Euro 2020

Here is a table that clearly shows what each team will get as prize money as they progress through the stages, and up to the final, where the winners are expected to take home about €34 million.

Purpose for Payment Payment Details
Amount of Participation fee €9.25 million For each every 16 teams
Drawing in the group match €750,000 For drawing a match in the group stage
Winning in the group match €1.5 million For every winning team in the group match
Finishing 3rd in Group €2 million For every team who are finishing third in every group
Quarter-Finals €4 million For eight teams who played in the quarter-final
Semifinals €5.5 million For every semi-finalist teams
Runner-up €10 million For Runner up teams
Champions €34 million For Champions team

Total Prize money: €371 million

Euro 2020 Teams

Only 20 teams out of the 24 teams have been confirmed with the remaining to be determined by play-offs in March 2020.

  • Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
  • Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
  • Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, play-off winner D or A
  • Group D: England, Croatia, play-off winner C, Czech Republic
  • Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, play-off winner B
  • Group F: play-off winner A or D, Portugal, France, Germany


We expect stiff competition from all the 24 teams as they claim to become the European Champions of the world. That’s why we urge you to make sure you watch UEFA Euro 2020 streaming that is available from official broadcasters, such as BBC, ITV, ESPN, and BeIN Sports.