The $152 million fund for the first 32-team tournament is a huge boost from the 24-team edition in 2019, and 10 times what it was in 2015.
American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald once quoted, ‘it's never too late to be whoever you want to be’. These athletes exemplified the saying by thriving in the later stage of their careers.
US Soccer, under the agreements, will become "the first Federation in the world to equalize FIFA World Cup prize money" awarded to the teams.
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