How much World Cup prize money every team won from champions Argentina to England and Wales and Germany for early exits

ARGENTINA will receive £34.5MILLION for lifting the World Cup in Qatar.

Lionel Messi inspired his country to a third title on Sunday night as they beat France on penalties after an iconic 3-3 draw over 120 minutes.

GettyArgentina won the World Cup in remarkable fashion on Sunday night[/caption]

The triumph means they will now help themselves to a HUGE prize pot of nearly £35m.

That is an increase of more than £3m from four years ago when France claimed the trophy in Russia.

And Les Bleus’ dramatic defeat this time around means they are set to receive £10m less than Argentina.

There is much more of a disparity when it comes to the financial reward between first and second compared with second and third.

France’s £24m is only a touch more than third-place Croatia’s £22m and fourth-place Morocco’s £21m.

But the prize pot then drops significantly once more for those who were beaten quarter-finalists.

Portugal, England, Brazil and Holland will all earn themselves £14m for their last-eight exit.

It then falls a further £3m for the eight teams knocked out in the last-16.

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In Qatar, that was Switzerland, Spain, Poland, Senegal, South Korea, Japan, Australia and USA.

Lastly, those who made the finals but failed to get beyond the group stage will pocket £7m.

Among those 16 nations are four-time winners Germany, two-time winners Uruguay, 2018 semi-finalists Belgium, hosts Qatar, and Wales.

The other countries include Ghana, Serbia, Cameroon, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Iran and Ecuador.

World Cup prize money for each team:

Argentina – £34mFrance – £24mCroatia – £22mMorocco – £21mPortugal, England, Brazil, Holland – £14mSwitzerland, Spain, Poland, Senegal, South Korea, Japan, Australia, USA – £11mGhana, Uruguay, Serbia, Cameroon, Canada, Belgium, Costa Rica, Germany, Denmark, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Wales, Iran, Qatar, Ecuador – £7m

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