100 million won reward for each Taegeuk warrior who reached the round of 16… 200 million won if you go to the quarterfinals

At the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Korean national team players who dramatically succeeded in advancing to the round of 16 will receive a reward of 100 million won per person.

Korea, led by coach Paulo Bento, won 2-1 against Portugal in the third group match of Group H held at the Education City Stadium in Arrayyan, Qatar on the 3rd.

With a record of 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss, Korea tied with Uruguay, but took second place in the group ahead in terms of points, achieving a splendid achievement in the World Cup round of 16 12 years after the 2010 South Africa tournament.

Taegeuk warriors who impressed the nation also received a hefty reward.

In May of this year, the Korea Football Association confirmed the criteria for reward payment for this tournament.

Players who entered the final entry for the finals will receive a basic reward of 20 million won each and receive 30 million won for a win and 10 million won for a draw in each game.

Therefore, as a result of the group stage, a bonus of 60 million won was secured with a basic reward of 20 million won and 40 million won for 1 win and 1 draw.

In addition, each player was given a reward of 100 million won for advancing to the round of 16, and if they defeat ‘Samba Soccer’ Brazil in the round of 16, the amount of reward per player will increase to 200 million won.

So far, he has received 160 million won each as an association match allowance and a reward for the round of 16.

FIFA will also pay prize money of 9 million dollars (approximately 11.7 billion won) to the associations of countries that did not make it to the round of 16, and 13 million dollars (approximately 17 billion won) to the national associations that made it to the round of 16.

The prize money will increase to $17 million if they advance to the quarterfinals.

Korea’s best ever away World Cup finish was the round of 16 in the 2010 tournament. Korea, which reached the semifinals at the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup held at home, has never advanced to the quarterfinals in a foreign competition.

In particular, Korean players are playing thrilling matches every day, such as the come-from-behind final goal in extra time in the second half of the third round of the group stage against Portugal in this tournament. expected to do


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