Fifa counting its World Cup haul, all $3.2 billion of it

By Andy Rice 18 June 2010

Fifa's revenue for the 2010 World Cup is provisionally slated to be $3.2 billion. Fifa says 75% of this amount will be invested in soccer development. It will be interesting to have a look at the association's books four years down the line, and see if this actually happens. We wonder what cut Scrooge McBlatter will get?  Read more: Sapa via Weekend Post


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