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The World 2018 increases to 209 million dollars, 178 million euros, the financial compensation for clubs that contribute footballers to the tournament, at a rate of about 7,304 euros per player multiplied by their days in the competition, with what a champion footballer would generate 350,500 euros to the team or teams in which he has been active for the last two years.
The FIFA Council approved that game on 27 October , within the Benefits for Clubs Program, which “consists of funds designated to recognize the contribution made by football clubs to the prosperous celebration of the World Cup” and which are distributed by the federations participating in the tournament.  Its establishment is recent. Its premiere was in South Africa 2010, with the agreement signed between FIFA and the Association of European Clubs (ECA). At that event, FIFA allocated 40 million dollars (34 million euros) for this goal, almost doubled for Brazil 2014, up to 70 million dollars (59 million euros), and multiplied to 209 million dollars for the World Cup. 2018.
The amount per player that the club or clubs in which he has played in the last two years will not depend on whether or not he disputes at least one match in the tournament and secures at least $ 8,530 per player (7,304 of euros), that multiply by the days that it is in competition, to count from two weeks before the beginning and until the day after which its selection is eliminated.
In that sense, a player who is finalist in the World of Russia 2018, next July 15 in Moscow, would compute 48 days for 7,304 euros, which would produce about 350,500 euros of income for his club or clubs, of which Manchester City, with 16 players, is the most players contributes to the competition ión.
Pep Guardiola's team has in Russia 2018 the Argentines Nicolás Otamendi and Sergio 'Kun' Agüero; the Belgians Vincent Kompany and Kevin de Bruyne; the Brazilians Gabriel Jesús, Danilo, Fernandinho and Ederson; the English Kyle Walker, John Stones, Fabian Delph and Raheem Sterling; the French Benjamin Mendy; the German Ilkay Gundogan; the Portuguese Bernardo Silva and the Spanish David Silva.
Real Madrid follows, with fifteen: the Brazilians Carlos Henrique Casemiro and Marcelo; the Costa Rican Keylor Navas; the Croats Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic; the French Raphael Varane; the German Toni Kroos; the Moroccan Hakimi Achraf; the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo; and the Spaniards Dani Carvajal, Nacho Fernandez, Lucas Vázquez, Sergio Ramos, Marco Asensio and Isco Alarcón.
Barcelona is the third club with more players in the 2018 World Cup with fourteen: the Argentine Lionel Messi; the Belgian Thomas Vermaelen; the Brazilians Coutinho and Paulinho; the Colombian Yerry Mina; Croatian Ivan Rakitic; the French Samuel Umtiti and Ousmane Dembele; the German Marc Andre Ter Stegen; and the Spaniards Gerard Piqué, Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta, Jordi Alba and Luis Suárez.
Behind, with twelve, are Chelsea, Paris Saint Germain and Tottenham. The first contributes to the Argentine Willy Caballero; the Belgians Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard; Brazilian Willian; Danish Andreas Christensen; to the English Gary Cahill and Loftus Cheek; the French Olivier Giroud and N'Golo Kante; the German Antonio Rudiger, the Nigerian Víctor Moses and César Azpilicueta.
The Paris Saint Germain has made available to the World Cup the Argentines Ángel Di María and Giovani Lo Celso; the Belgian Thomas Meunier; the Brazilians Thiago Silva, Neymar and Marquinhos; to the French Presnel Kimpembe, Kylian Mbappe and Alphonse Areola; the Germans Julian Draxler and Kevin Trapp and the Uruguayan Edinson Cavani.
And the Tottenham to the Belgians Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele; the Colombian Davinson Sánchez; Danish Christian Eriksen; to the English Daniel Rose, Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier and Dele Alli; the Frenchman Hugo Lloris and the Korean Son Heung Min.
The English clubs are the ones that contribute the most to the 2018 World Cup, with 124 players, followed by the Spanish, with 81, and by the Germans, with 67.