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LABOR: U.S. World Cup bonuses (2006 vs. 2002)
December 20th, 2005 2:59PM
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The following are the individual and pool bonuses U.S. national team players will receive for the 2006 World Cup with 2002 World Cup bonuses in parentheses.

$37,5000 ($25,000):
Making World Cup roster

$3,750 ($2,500):
For each game played during World Cup.

$1,350,000 ($900,000):
For qualifying for the World Cup.

$150,000 ($100,000):
For each point earned in the first round of the 2006 World Cup.

$2,775,000 ($1,850,000):
For advancing to the second round.

$2,250,000 ($1,500,000):
For advancing to the quarterfinals.

$2,625,000 ($1,750,000):
For advancing to the semifinals.

$500,000 (-)
For winning the third-place game.

$3,000,000 ($2,000,000):
For advancing to the final.

$3,750,000 ($2,500,000):
For winning the final.

Note: Players divide the pool money among themselves.

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