Reaching the final and their salaries: two big reasons for England to celebrate (Picture: Visionhaus/Getty Images)
England will face Italy in the
Euro 2020 final this Sunday (July 11), their first major tournament final in 55 years.
England players will win a shared £12 million bonus should they win Euro 2020 – but this will be donated to the NHS.
A noble gesture, especially as it meant each player could’ve pocketed over £400,000 each if they win.
However, with the salaries they’re on, it’s fair to assume many weren’t in dire need of the cash injection.
So, let’s get to it. Just how much do England players make? (Most salary figures come from
Spotrac, but where stated, other sources have been used.) How much are England players paid in Euro 2020?
England’s players are understood to receive a match payment of about £2,000 each.
These payments have been donated to charity since 2008.
The squad earn £2,000 each per match (Picture: Clive Rose/Getty Images)
According to the English Football Association, women and men have received the same appearance money since January 2020.
England’s players have pledged to donate their prize money to various NHS charities if they defeat Italy at Wembley.
The Football Association will be in line to receive around £24 million if they win.
A portion of that fee – around £9.6 million – will be shared among Gareth Southgate’s squad, but the players intend to donate their winnings to help the NHS.
How much does Harry Kane earn?
Harry Kane has skippered England to their first final in 55 years (Picture: KCS Presse / MEGA)
England’s captain has had a stormer of a competition.
Regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, Tottenham Hotspurs’ Kane has bagged himself a reported salary of £200,000 a week.
How much does Pickford earn?
Pickford earns a pretty penny. (Picture: AFP via Getty Images)
Jordan Pickford has the unenviable job of keeping the opposition from scoring.
The Everton goalie, aged 27, gets compensated handsomely for the high-pressured role though, bagging himself a reported £100,160 per week.
How much does Raheem Sterling earn a week?
Sterling gets plenty of pound sterling for his skill. (Picture: The FA via Getty Images)
Raheem Sterling is fast becoming one of the most highly-regarded players in the game, with fans all over the world closely watching his prowess.
Sterling, who plays for Manchester City and England, is actually the highest-paid of the whole squad, netting himself £300,000 a week.
How much does Phil Foden make?
Phil Foden has become an unlikely trendsetter this tournament. (Picture: The FA via Getty Images)
Foden has become one of the highlights of the competition – or rather, his highlighted hair has.
The young Manchester City footballer, 21, has his signatured blonde style which has caught on with fans on social media.
Luckily, he can afford the upkeep of his peroxide locks as the star, per the Mirror, makes around £30,000 a week.
How much is Declan Rice paid?
Rice is only 22 but has become one to watch (Picture: Getty Images)
The Sun reports that Rice earns £60,000 a week.
An impressive figure for the West Ham midfielder who’s only 22 years old.
How much does Marcus Rashford make?
Rashford has already earned an MBE for his services to charity and sport (Picture: UEFA via Getty Images)
Rashford makes headlines on and off the pitch, winning legions of fans for his charity work and skills as a forward for Manchester United.
He has a salary of £200,000 a week.
What is Jack Grealish paid?
The Aston Villa player is a fan favourite. (Picture: The FA via Getty Images)
The 25-year-old Aston Villa player earns £120,000 per week.
How much does Jadon Sancho get paid?
Jadon Sancho is one of the top paid players (Picture: The FA via Getty Images)
The 21-year-old from Camberwell is one of the top paid players from England’s squad.
Goal reports that the player makes £190,000 a week.
video The rest of the England team’s salaries
Sam Johnstone – £32,500-per-week
Bukayo Saka – £33,000-per-week ( per SalarySport)
Kalvin Phillips – £35,000-per-week ( per SalarySport)
Jude Bellingham – £52,000-per-week ( per SalarySport)
Conor Coady – £62,000-per-week ( per SalarySport)
Dominic Calvert-Lewin – £72,000-per-week ( per SalarySport)
Trent Alexander-Arnold – £75,000-per-week
Tyrone Mings – £80,000-per-week
Kieran Trippier – £82,000-per-week (per SalarySport)
Mason Mount – £88,462-per-week
Reece James – £91,667-per-week
John Stones – £100,000-per-week
Dean Henderson – £100,000-per-week
Harry Maguire – £162,775-per-week
Kyle Walker – £110,000-per-week
Luke Shaw – £120,000-per-week
Ben Chilwell – £190,000-per-week
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