AFCON

AFCON winner takes $1.5m

2013-01-21 14:31
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Johannesburg - The winner of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations tournament will bag $1.5 million as well as bragging rights until the 2015 tournament.

According to the football411.com website, the Confederation of African Football will spend $10 million on prize money as the runners-up will get a cool $1 million, while the the semi-finalists bag $750 000 each.

Below is the list of prize money and how much will be paid to each of the participants, depending on where they finish.

Winner: $1.500.000

Losing finalist: $1.000.000

Semi-finalist: $750.000

Semi-finalist: $750.000

Quarter-finalist: $600.000

Quarter-finalist: $600.000

Quarter-finalist: $600.000

Quarter-finalist: $600.000

Third-place in group: $500.000 each

Fourth-place in group: $400 000 each

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