ICC T20 World Cup 2022: Prize Money for Winner, Runner-Up and Other Teams

Know about the prize money offered to the winners of the Cup, the runner ups and the players in our latest feature.

The winning side in the 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will get a $1.6 million check, the International Cricket Council announced on Friday. The tournament will be held on November 13 in Melbourne.

At the conclusion of the 45-match tournament, which will be played over seven sites in Australia starting on October 16, the losing semi-finalists will each get $400,000 from the $5.6 million total prize pool, with the runners-up guaranteed $800,000.

Using the very same structure as the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021, the eight teams who exit at the Super 12 stage will receive $70,000 each, with a win in each of the 30 games in that phase worth $40,000 total.

It has been confirmed that South Africa, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, and New Zealand would begin their tournaments at the Super 12 level.

The first-round winners receive the same structure, with $40,000 awarded to individuals who win every one of the 12 games, totaling $480,000.

Each of the four teams eliminated in the initial round will get $40,000. Namibia, Sri Lanka, the Netherlands, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates, Scotland, the West Indies, and Zimbabwe are among the teams whose campaigns get underway in the first round.

The twelve teams which reached the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Super 12 stage automatically qualified for the 2022 tournament. Based on their results in the 2021 tournament and their rankings as of 15 November 2021, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa all qualified straight for the Super 12 phase of this competition. The group stage of the contest included Namibia, Scotland, Sri Lanka, and the West Indies.

The final four berths were filled by the top two teams from each of the two global qualifiers. The eight teams who advanced from the Regional Finals, the bottom four teams from the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup (Ireland, Oman, Netherlands, and Papua New Guinea), and the next four highest ranked T20I teams were among the sixteen teams that participated in the Global Qualifiers (Zimbabwe, Nepal, the United Arab Emirates, and Singapore). Out of the Global Qualifier, Ireland and the United Arab Emirates advanced. an event that precedes the T20 World Cup. The UAE qualified for the T20 World Cup’s Group A by winning the Global Qualifier A, whereas Ireland was placed in Group B.

Through the Global Qualifier B round, Zimbabwe and The Netherlands qualified as the final two teams for the T20 World Cup. Zimbabwe won the Global Qualifier B competition, placing the Netherlands in Group A of the T20 World Cup.

The Global Qualifiers consisted of eight teams from Regional Qualifiers, the four teams from the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup with the lowest rankings, the four best teams not yet qualified for the World Cup or qualifiers, and the four best teams. The International Cricket Council (ICC), which made this announcement on March 24, 2020, stated that the COVID-19 pandemic had forced the postponement of all ICC qualification tournaments scheduled to take place before June 30, 2020. In response to the inconvenience the outbreak caused, the ICC modified the qualification process in December 2020.

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