UEFA Nations League prize money: How much England stand to earn if they win competition

Victory in the UEFA Nations League next summer would mean England will have pocketed almost £10million from the competition.

Gareth Southgate’s men were drawn against Ronald Koeman’s Netherlands in their semi-final, with the duo set to face off in Guimaraes on June 6.

The other semi-final, between hosts Portugal and Switzerland, takes place in Porto the previous day, with the final on Sunday, June 9.

And that is set to be a major payday for one national association.

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Already the four teams at the finals have pocketed £4million.

That figure combines the £2million solidarity payment with £2million in prize money for winning their qualifying group.

Now, as well as the inaugural Nations League crown, the quartet will be financially further rewarded, according to their performance in the finals.

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The overall winner of the tournament will pocket an extra £5.3million.

That means that whichever side claims victory in Portugal next summer will have landed a stellar £9.3million in total.

The runners-up receives an extra £4million, third place gets £3.1million and fourth gets a £2.2million payout.

The clash with Netherlands will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides since Euro ’96.

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