Premier League clubs like other clubs across the world earned cash for sending players to the World Cup as part of the governing body’s club benefit program.
For every club that sends their individual players to Qatar, they will be entitled to $10,000. Those players who made it to the finals or third place play-off earned a whopping $370,000.
For those who made it to the semi-finals, they are entitled to $320,000. The quarterfinal will see players make $280,000 for their respective clubs, while in the Round of 16, clubs are entitled to $220,000 per player.
Below are the Premier League clubs that earned big for sending their players to the World Cup.
1 Manchester City (£3.2M)
Julian Alvarez (Argentina): he brings the largest amount to the club for winning the title.
Phil Foden, John Stones, Kyle Walker, Kalvin Phillips, Jack Grealish: made it to the quarter-finals with England where they lost to France.
Kevin De Bryune (Belgium): Failed to qualify for the Knockout stage after failing to beat Croatia.
Rodri, Aymeric Laporte (Spain): were Eliminated from the Tournament on penalties by Morocco.
Joao Cancelo, Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva (Portugal): were eliminated in the Quarter Finals by Morocco.
Ederson (Brazil): He didn’t make a single appearance in the World Cup but his team were eliminated by Croatia in the Quarter Finals.
Manuel Akanji (Switzerland): Failed to qualify for the knockout stage after a 2-2 draw with Serbia.
Nathan Ake (Netherlands): Eliminated by Argentina in the Quarter finals
Ilkay Gundogan (Germany): Failed to qualify for the Knockout stage after Japan defeated Spain
Manchester City former players Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus will also bring in an amount worth £295,000.
2. Chelsea (£2.3M)
Eduardo Mendy, Kalidou Koulibaly (Senegal): Got knockout of the Tournament by England in the Round of 16.
Thiago Silva (Brazil): Lost on penalty shoot out in the Quarter Finals of the World Cup to Croatia
Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain): Eliminated by Morocco on Penalties in the Round of 16.
Denis Zakaria (Switzerland): Failed to qualify for the Round of 16.
Mason Mount, Conor Gallagher, Raheem Sterling (England): Eliminated by France in the Quarter Finals.
Christian Pulisic (USA): One of the outstanding player of the tournament. He scored a goal in the World Cup but could not save his team from Netherlands defeat.
Kai Havertz (Germany): His two goals were not enough to qualify Germany for the Round of 16.
Hakim Ziyech (Morocco): The winger made history but failed to help Morocco beat France and Croatia.
Mateo Kovacic (Croatia): Had an impressive performance in the World Cup and won the Third place with Croatia.
3. Manchester United (£2.2M)
Christian Eriksen (Denmark): Failed to qualify for the Knockout Stage
Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford (England): Eliminated by France in the Quarter Finals by two goals to one.
Facundo Pellistri (Uruguay): The Young starlet failed to qualify for the knockout stage even after defeating Ghana.
Lisandro Martinez (Argentina): He won the World Cup but was an unused substitute against France.
Former Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo earned the club up to £100,000 despite the termination of his contract.
Antony, Casemiro, Fred (Brazil): They got to the quarterfinals but were eliminated by Croatia.
Tyrell Malacia (Netherlands): The left back failed to get enough playing time under Louis Van Gaal in the World Cup.
Raphael Varane (France): The defender who is instrumental to France’s success as a finalist failed to stop Lionel Messi from winning the tournament.
Diogo Dalot and Bruno Fernandez (Portugal): The right back and the attacking midfielder could not prevent Morocco from qualifying for the semi-finals of the World Cup.
4. Tottenham Hotspur (£2M)
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark)
Ivan Perisic (Croatia)
Ben Davies (Wales)
Hugo Lloris (France)
Eric Dier, Harry Kane (England)
Rodrigo Bentancur (Uruguay)
Pape Matar Sarr (Senegal)
Cristian Romero (Argentina)
Son Heung-min (South Korea)
5. Liverpool (£1.5M)
Alisson Becker and Fabinho (Brazil)
Ibrahima Konate (France)
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson (England)
Darwin Nunez (Uruguay)
Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)
5. Arsenal (£1.3M)
Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli (Brazil): Both players played a small part in the success of the team but couldn’t stop Croatia from knocking them out of the tournament.
Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan): He made history by helping the Japanese side pull off flagrant defeats against Spain and Germany before they lost to Croatia.
Granit Xhaka (Switzerland): His team failed to qualify for the Round of 16.
William Saliba (France): The defender didn’t make a single appearance for the team but is a finalist.
Matt Turner (USA): The Americans got to the Round of 16 and lost to the Netherlands by three goals to one.
Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White, and Bukayo Saka (England): White didn’t partake in any football activities despite going to Qatar with England; Ramsdale also sat on the bench throughout the tournament.
Saka played an important role in the success of the England team. He scored two goals in the tournament.
Thomas Partey (Ghana): He couldn’t replicate the same beautiful and skillful style of play we saw at Arsenal.
Matheus Nunes, Ruben Neves and Jose Sa (Portugal) failed to defeat Morocco.
Hwang Hee-Chan (South Korea)
Got to the Round of 16 and got dismantled by Brazil
Raul Jimenez (Mexico)
He did not qualify for the Round of 16
Conor Coady (England)
He could not get into the England Squad due to the manager sticking to Harry Maguire and John Stones
Leicester City (£1.1M)
Danny Ward (Wales)
Got injured after his first match in the tournament
Wout Faes, Timothy Castagne and Youri Tielemans (Belgium)
Failed to get Belgium the maximum point to qualify for the knockout stage.
James Maddison (England)
Southgate did not consider using the Leicester City attacking midfielder.
Nampalys Mendy (Senegal)
Daniel Amartey (Ghana)
Leandro Trossard (Belgium)
Robert Sanchez (Spain)
Alexis Mac Allister (Argentina)
Tariq Lamptey (Ghana)
Pervis Estupinan, Moises Caicedo and Jeremy Sarmiento (Ecuador)
Harry Wilson and Daniel James (Wales)
Poor Performance in the first three matches in the Group Stage
Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson (USA)
Both players did not perform as expected
Joao Palhinha (Portugal)
He got eliminated by Morocco in the Knockout Stage.
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia)
The striker scored just a goal which was not enough to get Serbia to the knockout stage.
Mikkel Damsgaard, Mathias Jensen and Christian Norgaard (Denmark):
They faced Elimination in the Group Stage
Bryan Mbeumo (Cameroon)
The winger performance was below average
David Raya (Spain)
Unused substitute throughout the Spain campaign in the World Cup
Saman Ghoddos (Iran)
He was eliminated in the Group Stage after losing to USA
Christian Eriksen will have brought in extra money for Brentford as a former player.
West Ham (£820,000)
Lucas Paqueta (Brazil)
Eliminated by Croatia
Alphonse Areola (France)
Did not partake in any football activities for France throughout the tournament.
Nayef Aguerd (Morocco)
Was part of the team that made Africa proud, even though he didn’t score a goal.
Thilo Kehrer (Germany)
failed to impress the manager and did not play a single game.
Declan Rice (England)
England’s defensive midfielder performed beyond expectations but couldn’t help his national team survive against France.
Bruno Guimaraes (Brazil)
Eliminated by Croatia
Fabian Schar (Switzerland)
failed to get to the knockout stage
Nick Pope, Kieran Trippier, and Callum Wilson (England)
Eliminated by France in the Quarterfinals
Aston Villa (£665,000)
Leander Dendoncker (Belgium): Failed to qualify for the knockout stage
Jan Bednarek, Matty Cash (Poland): Got eliminated by this year’s finalist France
Emiliano Martinez (Argentina): Winner of the Golden Glove and the World Cup
Aston Villa will receive money for Jack Grealish’s time at the World Cup.
Jordan Pickford, Conor Coady (England)
Failed to defeat France after Harry Kane missed a penalty.
Amadou Onana (Belgium)
Could not help Belgium survive the early knockout
Idrissa Gana Gueye (Senegal)
Was sent packing from the World Cup by England
Everton will recoup around two-thirds of the £230,000 Richarlison earned during the World Cup.
Crystal Palace (£534,000)
Joachim Andersen (Denmark)
Denmark failed to qualify for the Round of 16.
Jordan Ayew (Ghana)
Created an assist for Mohammed Kudus against Uruguay, but the team failed to qualify for the next round.
Conor Gallagher will bring in around £77,000 following his year on loan from Chelsea.
Leeds United (£506,000)
Rasmus Kristensen (Denmark): He didn’t qualify for the knockout stage.
Brenden Aaronson and Tyler Adams (USA): Both players performed exceptionally well and earned respect from the fans.
Nottingham Forest (£394,000)
Remo Freuler (Switzerland)
Failed to qualify for Round of 16
Wayne Hennessey, Neco Williams and Brennan Johnson (Wales)
Performed badly in the Group stage matches
Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal)
He failed to help his teammate when needed the most.
Armel Bella-Kotchap (Germany)
He was only used once in the tournament
Mohammed Salisu (Ghana)
He made three appearances for black stars of Ghana
Chris Mepham and Kieffer Moore (Wales): Failed to qualify for the next round of 16.