EURO 2020

All Individual Awards and Team Prize Money Won at the Euro 2020

Mudeet Arora
Prize money earned by countries by participating in the Euro 2020
Prize money earned by countries by participating in the Euro 2020 / Claudio Villa/Getty Images

Italy beat England to win the Euro 2020 at Wembley on Sunday in what was a close penalty shootout.

It won't be wrong to say that this has been one of the most exciting international football tournament in the last decade.

As Euro 2020 has now come to a close, we take a look at all the awards won by players and teams as well as the prize money earned by the 24 nations by featuring in the tournament.

Ranked in order starting with the two finalists of the tournament, Italy and England. (Currency in euros)

Italy - 34 million

England - 30.25 million

Spain - 22.5 million

Denmark - 21 million

Belgium - 19 million

Switzerland - 16.75 million

Czech Republic - 16.75 million

Ukraine - 16 million

Netherlands - 15.75 million

Sweden - 15 million

Austria - 14.25 million

France - 14.25 million

Portugal - 13.5 million

Croatia - 13.5 million

Germany - 13.5 million

Wales - 13.5 million

Finland - 10.75 million

Slovakia - 10.75 million

Russia - 10.75 million

Hungary - 10.75 million

Poland - 10 million

Scotland - 10 million

Turkey - 9.25 million

North Macedonia - 9.25 million

All in all, the Euro 2020 tournament was a major hit with fans all across the globe tuning in to witness one of the most exciting continental battle in the last decade.

Now, let's take a look at all the individual awards handed out at the Euro 2020:

Best Young Player at Euro 2020: Pedri (Spain)

Euro 2020 Golden Ball: Gianluigi Donnarumma (Italy)

Euro 2020 Bronze Boot: Karim Benzema (France)

Euro 2020 Silver Boot: Patrick Schick (Czech Republic)

Euro 2020 Golden Boot: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)