Morocco are staring at the possibility of taking home $42m if they win the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Atlas Lions made history by becoming the first-ever African country to reach the semifinal of the World Cup. They beat Portugal in the quarters after cruising past Spain in the Round of 16 and finished as group F winners.
Right now, the North Africans are guaranteed at least $25m for reaching the last-four stage.
Senegal, who also progressed beyond the group stage but failed to pass the last 16, will get $13m.
Cameroon, Ghana and Tunisia – all knocked out in the group stage – will be awarded $9m each for participating in the tournament.
Here is a breakdown of the 2022 FIFA World Cup prize money.