AFCON 2021 Prize Money
With the African Cup of Nations’ 33rd edition just five days away, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has set prize money for each stage of the competition.
After a great run in Egypt in 2019, 24 countries will compete in the biennial competitions for the second time in a row.
The African soccer governing body has set a prize fund of €4.5 million for the winner of the Cameroon competition, with the first runner-up receiving €2.64 million.
The third-place playoff winner will receive the same €2.2 million as the semi-finalists.
Quarterfinalists will receive €703,361 for their participation in the competition.
Algeria won the previous edition, with Senegal finishing as the first runner-up and Nigeria finishing as the second runners-up.