If Slovenia qualifies for Euro 2024, it will also be great news for the NHS: qualification for Germany alone brings almost €10 million
Two rounds before the end of qualification for the Euro 2024 Slovenia is in a great position: leading Group H and needing just one more point from the Kazakhstan game to confirm their qualification to Germany. If Denmark had beaten Denmark in the penultimate round in Copenhagen, they would have been in first place and in Germany. Success in the qualifiers would also be great news for Football Association Slovenia
(NZS), and its bank balance would drastically improve. The European Football Association (UEFA) has set the prize money for the upcoming competition at €371 million, €70 million more than the last tournament in the Old Continent. Qualification for Euro 2024 alone would bring the NZS €9.25 million! But this is just the beginning of UEFA’s “giveaway”. An additional €1.5 million would be earned by Slovenia for each victory in Germany, and €750,000 for each draw. Making it to the knockout rounds will bring each team an extra €2 million. So a lot would depend on the results, but even a place at Euro 2024 would bring a lot to the NZS.
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