Rewarding Success: The Payout Structure for Teams in the ODI World Cup



The ICC has announced a total prize pool of USD 10 million for the Men’s ODI World Cup in 2023. Every team participating in the tournament will be eligible for a share of this amount, regardless of its performance. Even the teams that do not win a single match will receive a portion of the prize money.

As the tournament enters its final stages, the stakes are higher than ever for the four remaining teams. The winning team not only gets to claim the prestigious ICC ODI World Cup trophy but also stands to win a substantial cash prize of $4,000,000 (approximately Rs 33 crore).

The semi-final matches will be held on November 15 and 16, with India facing New Zealand and Australia playing against South Africa. The victorious teams from these matches will compete in the final on November 19 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

The teams that failed to qualify for the semi-finals, such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, England, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the Netherlands, will receive a consolation prize of USD 100,000 each. Additionally, the teams that won matches in the group stage will receive a bonus of USD 40,000 per win.

The runners-up in the final will receive a prize of USD 2,000,000, while the winning team will claim the grand prize of USD 4,000,000.

As the tournament progresses, the distribution of the prize money among the teams will be determined based on their performance. This includes the amount received by each team based on their wins in the group stage.