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How does FIFA make money from football?

20 November 2022


The winners of the Qatar World Cup will receive $44m out of a total prize pot of $440m, paid by FIFA.
Business is rarely this simple. If you manufacture a product which everybody wants to buy, but which costs you almost nothing to make, you are going to accrue a lot of money rather quickly.
In a nutshell, this is how FIFA, football's world governing body, makes money.
In 2018, when the World Cup was hosted in Russia, FIFA made more than $4.6bn in revenue.
FIFA pays World Cup host countries' organising committees, prize money, travel and accommodation for teams and support staff, plus a legacy fund to help develop the sport in the host country after the World Cup circus has left town.
The winners of the Qatar World Cup will receive $44m out of a total prize pot of $440m, paid by FIFA.
FIFA organises its accounts in four-year cycles around each World Cup. For the most recently published 2015-18 cycle, FIFA brought in $6.4bn. In 2021, a single non-World Cup year, FIFA took in $766m.
TV Rights
Most of FIFA's income comes from selling TV broadcast rights for the World Cup and other international tournaments.
Of the $6.4bn generated in the last cycle, $4.6bn came from TV rights.

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