How much do England women’s footballers get paid for playing at the World Cup?

ENGLAND’S Lionesses could earn nearly a quarter of a million pounds each if they win the Women’s World Cup.

FIFA have boosted this year’s pool to £88.5million – more than three times the amount of the £24m prize fund at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France.

GettyThe Euro 2022 winners are competing at the Women’s World Cup next week.[/caption]

Sarina Wiegman’s squad are aiming to go big and win this year’s World Cup.

FIFA will not pay the prize money directly to individual associations such as the English FA as they did before.

Now each squad member will receive a specific amount depending on what stage they reach during the tournament.

However, the prize money is still a lot less than the men who take home £313m.

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GettyIndividual fees have been introduced by FIFA for this year’s World Cup[/caption]

How much money do footballers get at the Women’s World Cup?

Each player will receive £10,000 to aid their families to attend the games in Australia and New Zealand.

England are certain to earn £24,000 for reaching the group stages.

The prize money then increases to £47,000 for the round of 16, then to £70,000 for the last eight.

Meanwhile, the big aim for England this year is the £213,000 for the winners of the World Cup.

Women’s World Cup 2023 prize money (in U.S. dollars)

Group stage: $30,000Round of 16: $60,000Quarterfinal: $90,000Fourth place: $165,000Third place: $180,000Second place: $195,000Winners: $270,000

When is the Women’s World Cup 2023?

The Women’s World Cup 2023 will take place in the summer of 2023.It will begin THIS WEEK – on July 20, 2023, and finish a month later on August 20.The World Cup will take place in Australia and New Zealand and there has been a team expansion from 24 to 32.The games will be spread across nine different cities.Stadium Australia in Sydney will host the final.

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