‘Quarterfinals’ U-20 soccer team receives 15 million won in reward per player

The Korean U-20 national team, which achieved the achievement안전놀이터 of advancing to the semifinals at the 2023 FIFA U-20 (under 20 years old) World Cup, is expected to receive a reward of 15 million won per person.

On the 27th, the Korea Football Association held the 4th board of directors meeting at the Seoul Jongno-gu Soccer Hall and announced that the U-20 national team reward payment plan had been finalized.

The Korean U-20 men’s soccer team led by coach Kim Eun-joong advanced to the semifinals at the U-20 World Cup held in Argentina from May 20 to June 11. 

The national team advanced to the tournament with a record of 1 win and 2 draws after defeating ‘champion candidates’ France in the group stage, and defeated Ecuador in the round of 16 and Nigeria in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals of two consecutive tournaments. 

Korea, which failed to advance to the final after suffering a disappointing 1-2 defeat to Italy in the semifinals, also lost 1-3 to Israel in the 3rd and 4th place matches to finish the tournament in 4th place.

According to the resolution of the board of directors, 15 million won per person was equally paid to 21 players who advanced to the semifinals at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, and a total of 477 million won in rewards for a total of 34 players (players, managers, coaches, and staff). is given

On the other hand, 20 million won per player was paid to the U-20 national team players in 2019, who finished runner-up after losing to Ukraine at the 2019 U-20 World Cup held in Poland.

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