Prize Money Breakdown for ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023

Teams that don't advance to the semi-finals will still earn a respectable payment of $100,000 each.

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Prize Money Breakdown for ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023

The 13th ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is about to begin, and it holds thrilling rewards for the competing teams. The winning club in this 10-team event will also get a sizeable cash award of US$4 million in addition to the coveted trophy. On November 19, the grand finale will take place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

The runners-up will also receive a commendable award of US$2 million, so they won’t leave empty-handed. The teams that advance to the semifinals but fail to win the championship will still collect a sizeable sum of $800,000 each. The overall prize pool, which currently stands at an amazing US$10 million, includes these handsome awards.

Starting on October 5, 48 exhilarating cricket matches will be played at ten different locations throughout this massive tournament. Each team plays every other team once in a round-robin format as part of the tournament framework. To the semifinals will go the top four teams from this round.

There are incentives for each league match won during the group stage in addition to the top prizes. A team will receive a notable sum of US$40,000 for winning a group stage match. Teams that don’t advance to the semi-finals will still earn a respectable payment of $100,000 each, so even those teams won’t walk away empty-handed.

Stage Rate US$ Total US$
Winner (1) 4,000,000 4,000,000
Runner-up (1) 2,000,000 2,000,000
Losing Semi-Finalist (2) 800,000 1,600,000
Teams eliminated after group stage (6) 100,000 600,000
Winner of each group stage match (45) 40,000 1,800,000

The 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is expected to be the greatest and most thrilling ever, and the talented and competitive countries who compete will be rewarded handsomely.

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