How much did FIFA earn during the World Cup 2022
FIFA has topped its World Cup
2018 earnings garnering $7.5 billion via sale prices in Qatar, which is one billion higher than the
2018 World Cup in Russia.
Because most of the games
were played in the same region of Qatar, as all eight stadiums were within a 50-kilometer radius of Doha, there were
fewer travels in Qatar this time
According to the Guardian, FIFA
executives believe that the windfall will yield an additional $700,000 in investment for the competition, with $300,000 set
aside for emergency Covid-17 funding.
FIFA earnings are generated
primarily through five categories: televisions, broadcasting rights, marketing, hospitality rights,
ticket sales, and licensing rights.
Television and broadcasting rights
– 56% ($2.64 billion).
Marketing rights –
29% ($1.35 million).
Others and licensing deals –
15% ($ 140 million).
FIFA declared the winning
country earned an estimated $42 million $4 million higher than in 2018, and they continue to
raise the sum every four years.
While in World Cup 2026 FIFA
has forecast an increase of 56% in income. Largely in broadcasting and endorsement deals,
ticketing, and hotel sales.