Real Madrid will play Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia in the final of the Club World Cup, which is out of the tournament. To determine the world champion club, the winning teams are also given an important economic prize.
The Madrid club can earn $ 5,347,000 for winning the championship trophy. and for second place, $4,347,000, a million less than the team that won the trophy.
Real Madrid are preparing for the final of the FIFA Club World Cup to add another trophy to their collection. But this is not the only thing at stake, as in the event of a victory, the 5 million euros that the winner receives will be pocketed.
The prizes also make the battle for third and fourth place, pitting Brazil’s Flamengo against Egypt’s Al Ahly, a hot topic, as whoever wins will earn $2.75 million, $500,000 more than the loser.
In addition, one million dollars will be awarded to each of the two sixth-place teams, the Moroccan Wydad Athletic Club and the Seattle Sounders. US; and a half for the New Zealand city of Auckland, which will finish the competition in seventh place.
Tickets were divided into three categories for each match. So the triple corresponding to the first and second round they could be enjoyed at prices that ranged from 50 to 100 dirhams (about $4.50 to $9). In the case of the semi-final, access cost those who wished from 100 to 200 dirhams (from 9 to 18 dollars). And those who wish to witness the third and fourth places and the final live broadcast must pay from 200 to 400 dirhams (from 18 to 36 dollars).
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Source: La Opinion
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