The 2014 World Cup is concluded with Germany being crowned as champions while Argentina and Netherlands taking up the second and third place respectively.
The 2014 World Cup winners, Germany will be getting a cash prize of $35 million, $5 million more than what Spain got in 2010.
Runners up Argentina will be getting $25 million ($1 million more than 2010), while Netherlands – after ending third and Brazil –after ending fourth will be receiving $22 million and $20 million respectively.
Colombia, France, Costa Rica and Belgium, who were knocked out of the quarter-finals will be receiving a sum of $14 million each, while the sides eliminated from the last sixteen – Chile, Uruguay, Nigeria, Algeria, Mexico, Greece, Switzerland and United States – will be receiving $9 million each.
And the sides who were eliminated from the group stages itself receive a sum of $8 million.
The national federations have the liberty to distribute the money among its 23-man squad any way they want.
FIFA have earned $4.5 billion from the competition in the form of revenue from broadcasters, sponsors, hospitality and licensing deals.