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What are the rewards of Asia Cup?
Asia Cup Prize Money | How Much Winners & Runner-ups Earn? Pakistan and Sri Lanka host the upcoming Asia Cup 2023. There are reports before the event is announced that complete event will take place in Pakistan however later Sri Lanka venues confirmed where some matches will be played, the biggest game of Asia Cup will be held in Sri Lanka between India and Pakistan. Six rising teams from Asia will be part of it and this year Asia Cup prize money hike.
|Man of the Match||$5k|
|Man of the Series||$25k|
Officially there are no details revealed by Asia cricket council for the competition. Given figures were estimated based on data reported for 2022 Asia Cup. There will always slight increase in the prize fund of the competition, the winner’s this year will earn guaranteed prize money of $300k.
The winning team in Asia Cup 2023, who crowned champions will earn share of $300k+. Runner-ups in Asia Cup 2023, will earn share of $200k. The 3rd place team in Asia Cup 2023, will rewarded with prize fund of $100k Fourth place team will earn upto $50k prize fund., India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan cricket teams are participating Event began on 30th August 2023 and finals will be held on 17 September 2023
Each player who got award of man of the match will receive share $5k while man of the series player will earn 20% more upto $25k in Asia Cup. Once complete data regarding to Asia Cup prize money reported 2023 tournament details will be updated here later. : Asia Cup Prize Money | How Much Winners & Runner-ups Earn?
Which country won the most Asia Cup?
About Asia Cup – We know India as the only country that has won seven Asia Cups so far. Along with this, India has also been in 10 finals out of the total 15 finals held so far. Talking about the Asia Cup, Sri Lanka is the second team after India, which has won it six times, and Pakistan. Asia Cup Winner
How much money Sri Lanka won in Asia Cup?
Summary of asia cup 2023 winner prize –
|17-Sep-2023||Asia Cup 2023 Final||India defeated Sri Lanka by 10 wickets.|
|17-Sep-2023||Asia Cup 2023 Winner Prize||The champions, India, were awarded ₹1.66 crore.|
|17-Sep-2023||Asia Cup 2023 Runner-Up Prize||Sri Lanka took home approximately ₹83 lakh.|
|17-Sep-2023||Asia Cup 2023 Prize Pool||The tournament had an impressive pool of $4 million.|
The Asia Cup 2023 undoubtedly created waves in the cricketing community. Its significance is further emphasized by the grandeur of the prizes offered. The focal point of our article today is the “asia cup 2023 winner prize”.
Has Asia ever won World Cup?
Since the World Cup started in 1930, no Asian team has ever won. European and South American teams overshadow the chance for any Asian team to lift the cup, even though 20 million more people play football in Asia than in Europe. There are more football players in Asia than in the Caribbean and North, Central, and South America combined, but fewer football champions.
- Why? A world champion isn’t solely made up of skill, training and hard work.
- Being a champion doesn’t start on the field or at practice – that’s the second step.
- It starts with good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.
- Asia’s footballers are hindered from achieving their dream of becoming world champions from the very the start.
“Across the region, boys and girls are not able to compete with their peers because they have been malnourished from the beginning, lacking vital vitamins and minerals, called micronutrients, as well as macronutrients such as protein, fat and energy,” says a report titled Fuelling Asia’s footballers for the future from One Goal,
The campaign seeks to leverage the power of football to end child malnutrition in Asia. “Poor nutrition in the first 1,000 days of life, starting from the point of conception to a child’s second birthday, can set back physical and mental development for a lifetime.” The campaign also reports that almost 200 million of Asia’s children are malnourished – the highest number for any region in the world.
Nearly two-thirds (100 million out of 165 million) of the world’s stunted children live in Asia. There are also 16.5 million under-fives in Asia who are overweight and obese; with this number expected to rise to 23.1 million by 2025. “Poor nutrition from the start of life and an unhealthy lifestyle later in life are the reason why Asia’s children – future footballers – aren’t able to compete equally with their international counterparts on the field,” says Stefan Germann, executive director of the One Goal campaign.
The One Goal campaign is a partnership initiative of World Vision, Asian Football Confederation, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, DSM, and Asian Football Development that seeks to highlight the issue of child malnutrition in Asia and mobilise the football community to take action to help more children in Asia to survive and thrive.
A child born today into a poor community in Asia will not have the same opportunities to participate and develop through organised sport as children in Europe or North America. One Goal’s flagship report calls for “a growing network of grassroots football clubs across Asia which can transform the eating habits of children and adolescents across Asia, while educating their parents about good nutritional practices”.
This, along with tried and tested nutritional interventions such as exclusive breastfeeding, nutrition-dense foods and investment in food fortification should give young people in these nations a sporting chance at a great start in life. The campaign will also seek to leverage the power of football players as ambassadors to bring about policy change that strengthens health systems and national nutrition policies across the region, while promoting grassroots football as a way of getting young people to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
“Through One Goal we hope to bring together the more than 1.4 billion football lovers in Asia to create a movement for child nutrition and healthy lifestyle,” said Germann. “This is a 10-year campaign that has the potential to transform nutrition in the region so that we can dream of the possibility of an Asian team winning the Qatar 2022 World Cup.” Jayanth Vincent is communications director at One Goal Asia,