- Index hide1 For the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the champion will receive an economic prize three times greater than what was delivered in France 2019.2 The Women’s World Cup had a television audience of 1.12 billion viewers and an attendance of 1.1 million in all stadiums.
For the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the champion will receive an economic prize three times greater than what was delivered in France 2019.
The Women’s World Cup had a television audience of 1.12 billion viewers and an attendance of 1.1 million in all stadiums.
In Qatar 2022, Messi’s Argentina took a rather decent prize of 400 million dollars.
Gianni Infantino, President of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) announced that, for the next Women’s World Cup, the prizes will triple for the champion, however, they are still a long way off compared to what Argentina received, the champion of the Men’s World Cup in Qatar 2022.
At this point, three months after the final between Argentina and France ended, the World Cup in Qatar is already in the past and, of course, in the FIFA archives, also considered the most expensive World Cup tournament. in history thanks to its investment of more than 220 billion dollars, according to Front Office Sports.
Today, to a large extent, the gaze is set on 2026, the year in which Canada, the United States and Mexico will organize the first World Cup with 48 teams in history, in addition to being the third in which Mexico is located as organizer.
This year, however, the focus is on the next Women’s World Cup that will take place between July 20 and August 20, 2023 in Australia and New Zealand, where it should be noted that Mexico will not participate.
After the 2019 edition, a much larger audience is expected this year. In the Women’s World Cup, in France, there is talk of an audience of 1,120 million viewers around the world, in addition to the fact that, in sum, attendance at the stadiums was more than 1.1 million fans.
This will be won by the Women’s World Cup champion, less than the men’s champion
As is well known, last December, the team led by Lionel Messi became World Champion, a fact that, for the biggest soccer fans, has not gone unnoticed, because, in some way, it was a feat Desired for many years.
In addition to the applause of the fans, Messi’s Argentina took a fairly decent prize of 400 million dollars for its national soccer federation, according to information from The Sporting News.
This is, without a doubt, an extremely high figure and one that does not compare with what you will receive the champion of the Women’s World Cup, which, in the words of Gianni Infantino himself, president of FIFA, will receive the amount of 150 million dollars.
A fact to note is that such an amount is three times greater than what the United States earned in 2019world champion who received an award from 50 million dollars.
There is no doubt that women’s soccer is growing over time and proof of this is the number of women who join this sport. Globally, FIFA estimates that there are 13.36 million girls and women who play soccer in an organized way, but that’s not all, as the highest governing body aims to increase female participation in soccer around the world, its goal already It has been said: reach 60 million players in 2026.