Euro 2024 prize money: How much can England win for lifting prestigious trophy?

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ENGLAND are just one Euro 2024 win away from ending their 58-year trophy drought – and the prize money that would come with it isn’t bad either.

Super sub Ollie Watkins scored a 90th-minute stunner against Holland to fire the Three Lions into Sunday’s final.

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And Gareth Southgate will be determined to make amends for England’s Euro 2020 final loss in what could potentially be his last game at the helm.

However, red-hot Spain stand in England’s way following their sensational win over favourites France in the other semi.

Furthermore, La Roja will also be aware of how much money can be won for being victorious at the Euros this year.

Find out what the Euro 2024 prize money is below…

What is the Euro 2024 prize money?

This Euro 2024 prize money is distributed to all participating teams and will be in line with how much Italy took home for winning the previous competition.

However, match-winning bonuses have also been rewarded.

Here is the approximate prize money breakdown:

Participating fee: €9.25m (£7.7m)

Match bonus: €1.0m (£800k) for a win and €500,000 (£400k) for a draw

Round of 16: €1.5m (£1.2m)

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Quarter-finals: €2.5m (£2.1m)

Semi-finals: €4m (£3.3m)

Runners-up: €5m (£4.2m)

Winners €8m (£6.7m)

How much can England earn for winning Euro 2024?

England will take home approximately €27.24m (£22.95m) if they beat Spain in the Euro 2024 final.

The Three Lions missed out on the chance to earn the maximum amount as they drew two of their group stage matches.

A staggering total of around €28.25m (£23.8m) can be won if you win all three of your group stage matches before going on to become champions.

Spain are in the run-in to complete this amazing achievement.

When is the Euro 2024 final?

The Euro 2024 final will take place on Sunday, July 14.

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 Kick-off for the tournament showpiece will be at 8pm BST.

 Olympiastadion in Berlin is the chosen venue for this huge match and it can host approximately 74,475 passionate fans.

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