UEFA doubles EURO 2022 prize money and will distribute a total of €16 million, twice as much as in Euro 2017, among 16 qualified teams.
The financial distribution will include increased guaranteed amounts and performance-based bonuses for the group stage. UEFA also announced the introduction of the club’s benefit programme for the first time in the women’s football. As part of the programme, clubs, who release players for the Women’s Euro, will receive share of €4.5 million.
EURO 2022 will take place in England in summer of 2022, with the final played on 31st of July on Wembley.