FIFA World Cup 2022 All Awards: The 2022 FIFA World Cup was an international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of FIFA’s member associations and 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup. It took place in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December 2022, making it the first World Cup held in the Arab world
|Tournament name||FIFA World Cup 2022|
|Organizer||FIFA (Federation International De Football Association)|
|First Match||20 November 2022|
|Final Match||18 December 2022|
The Groups In Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022
Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands
Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales
Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia
Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan
Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea
FIFA World Cup Price Money
The competition’s top prize, $42 million, will be won by the winner. The $30 million for the runner up will go to the runner-up. FIFA provided $440 million worth of prize money for the World Cup. The amount paid to each team depends on their progress in the competition.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup champions FIFA World cup prize Money never distributed more money to a championship than it did this year. It surpassed France’s $38million prize money in four years. The prize money awarded to the winning team went up by $4 million from $8 million in 2002 to $20 millions in 2006. This is not the biggest increase.
The FIFA World Cup Price Money winner now receives more than five times the amount it received twenty years ago due to higher tournament revenues. You can scroll down to see the FIFA Money Price List.
FIFA World Cup Prize Money Overview
|Article Title||FIFA World Cup Prize Money|
|Match Name||FIFA World Cup|
|Price Money||$42 million|
|Match between||France And Argentina|
|Match date||18th December 2022|
FIFA World Cup 2022 Prize Money All Team
FIFA World Cup 2022 Price Money All teams that reach the quarterfinals will be awarded $17 million. This includes Brazil, Portugal, England, and the Netherlands. For reaching the round 16, each of these nations will be awarded $13 million: Australia, Senegal (USA), Poland, Spain and Japan, Switzerland, South Korea, Japan, Switzerland, Japan, Switzerland and Australia.
Qatar, Iran and Saudi Arabia will each receive $9 million for their participation in the group stage. FIFA also distributes World Cup Price Money per participant.
Top Goal scorer in Qatar 2022
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8 goalsKylian Mbappe (France) – 2 assists, 597 minutes played
7Lionel Messi (Argentina) – 3 assists, 690 minutes played
4 Olivier Giroud (France) – 0 assists, 424 minutes played | 4 Julian Alvarez (Argentina) – 0 assists, 466 minutes played
And 3 goal Goncalo Ramos (Portugal), Alvaro Morata (Spain), Marcus Rashford (England), Enner Valencia (Ecuador), Bukayo Saka (England) Richarlison (Brazil) Cody Gakpo (Netherlands)
The Golden Ball is awarded to the top player of the tournament. This award is subject to subjective selection. Fifa’s technical group selects a few players, and the winner is determined based on votes from representatives of various media organizations around the globe.
Apart from Messi and Mbappe the other players with a chance of winning Golden Ball include Antoine Griezmann (the engine that keeps France running) and Luka Modric (the talismanic captain for Croatia), who won the prize in 2018, despite their team losing to France.
Golden Ball, which is similar to Golden Boot was introduced at the 1982 World Cup. Rossi won it, and is still the only person to win both the Golden Boot & Golden Ball in the same edition. Messi will be following Rossi’s lead and becoming the first player ever to win both the Golden Boot and Golden Ball awards. He was also adjudged the best player at the 2014 World Cup.
Messi Won Golden Ball
Messi had won in Brazil the Golden Ball 2014, where Argentina lost heartbreak. Argentina went down 1-0 in extra-time to Germany.
The 35-year old won the trophy that had eluded his remarkable career.
Mbappe won the Silver Ball in second place, while Luka Modric, 2018 Golden Ball winner, received the Bronze Ball in third.
Golden Boot, the most simple of all the awards, is awarded to the player with the most goals. To break a tie, multiple players must meet the following criteria: Most assists, most minutes played.
Mbappe and Messi have both scored five goals, but Mbappe has three more assists than the Argentine. Messi, however, has played 570 more minutes than Mbappe’s 477.
The top-scorer award is also up for grabs by two other players who will be playing in the final. Each of France’s Olivier Giroud and Julian Alvarez from Argentina have scored four times.
A possibility exists that a Croatian or Moroccan player could challenge these four for the Golden Boot. Andrej Kramaric from Croatia and Youssefen-Nesyri from Morocco have two goals at the moment. If either of them score a hat trick in the third-place playoff, they can both be considered for the award.
The 1982 World Cup in Spain saw the first award of the Golden Boot. It was won by Paolo Rossi, an Italian soccer player who scored six goals. The award was originally called Golden Shoe. The award was renamed Golden Boot in 2010.
The player who has won the Golden Boot by scoring the most goals since its introduction is Brazil’s Ronaldo. He scored 8 goals in 2002’s edition in South Korea, Japan. France’s Just Fontaine holds the record for scoring the most goals in one edition of the World Cup. He scored 13 goals in Sweden 1958.
Kylian Mbappe Get Golden Boot
Mbappe won the Golden Boot with his hat-trick during the final. He now has eight goals to his name, one more than Messi, a PSG club colleague who scored twice that day.
Mbappe was able to score 12 goals in two tournaments, with Miroslav Kolose’s World Cup record of 16 goals clearly in his sights.
He has scored 36 goals in his 66 France appearances, and continues to build his reputation as one the best forwards on the planet.
The USA 1994 edition was the first to award the Golden Glove to the World Cup’s best goalkeeper. In honour of Lev Yashin Award, the Soviet Union’s former goalkeeper, it was established and later renamed Golden Glove.
Although subjective, the goalkeeper award does not depend on votes. It is determined by the Fifa technical group. If there is a close contest between goalkeepers, preference is usually given to the one who has made the most progress in the tournament. Further tie-breakers are the most saves and minutes played.
The prize for Qatar’s best goalkeeper will be won by one of Emi Martinez from Argentina, Hugo Lloris from France, Dominik Livakovic from Croatia, Yassine Bounou from Morocco, and France’s Hugo Lloris from France.
Oliver Kahn from Germany is the only player who has won both the Golden Glove (and Golden Ball) in the 2002 editions in South Korea, Japan.
Emi Martinez Gets Golden Glove
After saving a penalty by Kingsley Coman, Argentina’s goalkeeper Martinez won the Golden Glove.
He also made a great save in extra time to deny Randalkolo Muani, a goal that would have put France ahead for first time.
The Aston Villa showtopper was the hero of Argentina’s quarter-final win over the Netherlands. He made two saves during the penalty shootout.
Enzo Fernandez Get Young Player award
Enzo Fernandez, an Argentinian player, won the Young Player Award in Qatar.
Although he was only a substitute for his country’s first two matches in Benfica, his remarkable strike against Mexico made him a regular starter.
Fernandez, who will be 22 next month, was part of a strong midfield trio with Rodrigo De Paul, Alexis Mac Allister, and this allowed Messi to create his magic.
His performances attracted the attentions of some of Europe’s biggest clubs, with Liverpool and Real Madrid reportedly keen to acquire his services.
England beat quarter-finalists England won the Fair Play Award, after collecting just one booking in five matches.
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