ICC Womens’ Cricket WC 2022 Prize Money revealed

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In every field, women are giving the tight fight to men now ICC Women's cricket WC 2022 is going on which starts from March 4 and its final is on April 3, 2022. Check ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money revealed.

New Zealand is the host of this marquee tournament, where till now India play 1 match and won that match against a rival team Pakistan.

As cricket fans are always keen to know the prize money of every tournament whether it is men or women so here in this article we tell you Women's world cup Prize money.

ICC Womens Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money revealed
ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 Prize Money revealed / Image Credit: unb.com.bd

Prize money of ICC Womens' Cricket WC 2022

Now in this list first comes winner team who will take this trophy to their home they will get $1.32 million, you get shocked to know that in 2017 world cup in England this prize money is half.

Then in this list, the second number is of the Runner team, which gets approx $600,000, $270,000, which is more than which India get in 2017 as runner up in England's Lord.

Teams who lose semi-final will get $300,000 each and teams who lose in group stages will get a sum of $70,000 which is $30,000 more than previous sessions.

In group stages team who win matches will get $25,000 prize money per victory from a total part of $700,000.

In the last sessions, prize money increases up to 75%, where all teams will get $3.5 million as a share of this money.

Performance of all teams in ICC Womens' cricket WC 2022

This world cup starts in March and ends in April, where New Zealand, Australia, WI, SA, and India are playing well they won 1 match and Australia won 2 matches.

There is a total of 28 matches in which the final match starts on April 3, team India plays their 1st match on 6 March against Rival team Pakistan.

In that match Team India won by 107 runs and Pooja Vastrakar become Man of the Match, she made 67 runs more in the team, Sneh Rana make 53 runs, and Smriti Mandhana make 52 runs.

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