FIFA officially announced today that in recognition of the contributions made by football clubs around the world to the 2022 World Cup , a total of US$202 million will be allocated, and welfare compensation will be distributed to the player clubs participating in the World Cup.
The National Football Federation set up the program long before the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and reached an agreement with the European Football Clubs Association (ECA) to provide more European players to participate in international competitions for the World Cup.
During the 2018 World Cup, a total of 63 football associations and 416 clubs benefited from this project. The total amount of welfare funds announced by the National Football Federation today of 209 million US dollars (215 million euros) is also the same as the amount of the World Cup in Russia four years ago.
At the same time, the National Football Federation has also opened an application platform for clubs to claim compensation from FIFA . Each club can apply during this year’s World Cup competition or during the preparation period.
All eligible players’ clubs can receive an income compensation of US$10,000 per day during the player’s stay at the World Cup, including the preparation period, and this compensation application is also valid for the player’s 2 years before the World Cup. of all clubs.
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