Despite DFB-Aus in the preliminary round: FC Bayern expects World Cup millions
Created: 12/15/2022, 5:09 p.m
By: Patrick Mayer
Reason to celebrate: Hasan Salihamidzic and Oliver Kahn from FC Bayern.
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Three FC Bayern players are in Qatar's World Cup final.
That's not the only reason why the people of Munich receive millions from the world football association FIFA.
Munich – Dayot Upamecano, Benjamin Pavard, Kingsley Coman – these three FC Bayern players will be part of the final at the 2022 World Cup.
Although all three were not even substituted on in France's semi-final win against Morocco (2-0) because the "Équipe Tricolore" is so strong.
FC Bayern: Bayern receive millions from FIFA for seconded World Cup players
Not only because they can now defend the 2018 World Cup title with the French national team and Noussair Mazraoui is still playing for third place with the Moroccans, her employer from Munich receives millions in parking bonuses from the world football association FIFA.
According to an analysis by the information
, the Bundesliga leaders will receive a total of 4.97 million euros for their seconded professionals.
Only Manchester City with 5.36 million euros and FC Barcelona with 5.34 million euros benefit more from the compensation payments from the world association, which is hosting the tournament in Qatar.
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Borussia Dortmund is in 13th place in the club ranking with 2.9 million euros. With Eintracht Frankfurt (2.1 million), Borussia Mönchengladbach (1.99 million) and RB Leipzig (1.9 million) three other German clubs follow below top 30. The best earner among the second division clubs is FC St. Pauli with 265,600 euros.
A total of over 200 million euros will be paid out to almost 400 clubs worldwide.
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The English Premier League dominates the ranking of the leagues with 47.94 million euros in compensation payments.
With a total of 23.7 million euros, the Bundesliga clubs do not even have half of the English income.
The Spanish Primera Division (La Liga) is also ahead of the group stage with 26.14 million euros.
This is mainly due to the early end of the German national team.
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FIFA pays the equivalent of EUR 9,600 (US$ 10,000) per day for each participating player from a club.
The compensation will be paid to all clubs where the respective professionals have played in the last two years before the World Cup.
The cash flows are recorded in a cooperation agreement between the world association and the European Club Association (ECA).
The regulation was introduced before the 2010 World Cup.