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DaniSRB

Sports Budgets in your Nation

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Gianlu33    891
2 minutes ago, Dunadan said:

I don't think there are other federations...every existing FSN is on that list :p

Yes but not any DAS is on the list :p

 

 

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uk12points    378

UK Sport sets the total amounts for all British Olympic sports apart from Football, Golf, Rugby and Golf. These are the Tokyo 2020 figures for Summer Sports - but this amount of money covers all 4 years:

 

Rowing - £32.6 million 

Cycling - 30.3 million

Athletics - 26.8 million

Sailing - 25.5 million

Swimming - 20.8 million

Canoeing - 20 million

Equestrian - 18 million

Hockey - 16.1 million

Gymnastics - 14.6 million

Boxing - 13.8 million

Para-Swimming - 11.8 million

Para-Athletics - 10.8 million

Taekwondo - 8 million

Diving - 7.5 million

Triathlon - 7.5 million

Judo - 7.4 million

Modern Pentathlon - 7 million

Para-Cycling - 6.8 million

Wheelchair Basketball - 5.4 million

Shooting - 4 million

Para-Rowing - 3.8 million

Para-Equestrian - 3.7 million

Boccia - 3.6 million

Para-Canoe - 3 million

Para- Table Tennis - 3 million

Para-Archery - 2.5 million

VI Judo - 2 million

Wheelchair Tennis - 1.9 million

Powerlifting - 890 thousand 

Wheelchair Fencing - 194 thousand

 

Not a penny for:

Badminton

Weightlifting

Fencing

Archery

Basketball

Volleyball

Table Tennis

Water Polo

Sync Swim

Handball

Wrestling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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bestmen    906

in 2017 was 301 005 482  USD

for 2018 will be 306 944 746 USD

 

 including money of stadiums/complexes underconstruction /organizations of events

of course most of money has been stolen :)

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thepharoah    297
2 hours ago, Gianlu33 said:

In 2018 CONI will have from the state 419 millions of euro.

 

Special founds:

  • 5.4 millions for the Ryder Cup 2022 project
  • 4 millions for the 2018 Volley World Championship
  • 1 million for the youth basketball sector

3 millions of euro was gave to the Italian corps army;

 

241 millions of euro was gave to the federation, in this order (only top 40):

  • Football - 30.42 mil (-7.87)
  • Swimming - 4.91 mil (+0%)
  • Athletics- 6.45 mil (+0%)
  • Snow Winter Sports - 5.48 mil (+2.71)
  • Cycling- 5.46 mil (+4.80%)
  • Fencing - 5.10 mil (+4.08%)
  • Volleyball - 4.97 mil (+0%)
  • Judo/Wrestling/Karate -  4.85 mil (+2.10%)
  • Tennis - 4.29 mil (+0%)
  • Basketball - 4.19 mil (+0%)
  • Skeet shooting - 4.06 mil (+3.84%)
  • Gymnastics - 3.78 mil (+1.32%)
  • Rowing - 3.60 mil (+5.87%)
  • Rugby - 3.51 mil (+0%)
  • Boxing - 3.32 mil (+3.11)
  • Ice Winter Sports - 2.87 mil (+3.60%)
  • Shooting sports - 2.79 mil (+0%)
  • Canoeing - 2.76 mil (+3.75)
  • Archery - 2.52 mil (+4.64%)
  • Equestrian sports - 2.50 mil (+8.70%)
  • Baseball/Softball - 2.49 mil (+4.26)
  • Sailing - 2.4 mil (+3.52)
  • Taekwondo - 2.06 mil (+5.10)
  • Weightlifting - 2.05 mil (+0%)
  • Golf - 1.73 mil (+0%)
  • Roller sports - 1.92 mil (+8.44%)
  • Motor sports - 1.90 mil (+2.70%)
  • Pentathlon - 1.86 mil (+0%)
  • Field hockey - 1.82 mil (+2.81)
  • Triathlon - 1.70 mil (+6.26)
  • Table tennis - 1.63 mil (+0%)
  • Badminton - 1.58 mil (+0%)
  • Handball - 1.49 mil (+0%)
  • Winter skiing - 1.39 mil (+7.74%)
  • Fishing - 1.27 mil (+0%)
  • Powerboat - 1.23 (+0%)
  • Boules - 1.23 mil (+4.23%)
  • Dancing - 0.78 mil (+6.81%)
  • Squash - 0.70 mil (+7.63)
  • Hunting - 0.45 (+0%)

 

I'm really impressed , here i never knew anything about how actually sport budget is and ofc if someone predicts it , he can't tell where exactly does money go for and I'm happy to see Squash having a portion here , hopefully we see some players from Italy playing at the highest level 

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DaniSRB    514
15 minutes ago, uk12points said:

Not a penny for:

Badminton

Weightlifting

Fencing

Archery

Table Tennis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

why not these? not like GB has zero chances to qualify

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thepharoah    297
18 minutes ago, uk12points said:

UK Sport sets the total amounts for all British Olympic sports apart from Football, Golf, Rugby and Golf. These are the Tokyo 2020 figures for Summer Sports - but this amount of money covers all 4 years:

 

Rowing - £32.6 million 

Cycling - 30.3 million

Athletics - 26.8 million

Sailing - 25.5 million

Swimming - 20.8 million

Canoeing - 20 million

Equestrian - 18 million

Hockey - 16.1 million

Gymnastics - 14.6 million

Boxing - 13.8 million

Para-Swimming - 11.8 million

Para-Athletics - 10.8 million

Taekwondo - 8 million

Diving - 7.5 million

Triathlon - 7.5 million

Judo - 7.4 million

Modern Pentathlon - 7 million

Para-Cycling - 6.8 million

Wheelchair Basketball - 5.4 million

Shooting - 4 million

Para-Rowing - 3.8 million

Para-Equestrian - 3.7 million

Boccia - 3.6 million

Para-Canoe - 3 million

Para- Table Tennis - 3 million

Para-Archery - 2.5 million

VI Judo - 2 million

Wheelchair Tennis - 1.9 million

Powerlifting - 890 thousand 

Wheelchair Fencing - 194 thousand

 

Not a penny for:

Badminton

Weightlifting

Fencing

Archery

Basketball

Volleyball

Table Tennis

Water Polo

Sync Swim

Handball

Wrestling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

very strange to see fencing out of this list , Britain has some good fencers especially in men's foil and badminton :yikes: Britain has some quality players in the sport ! 

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vinipereira    944

(for better understanding, I will post the currency as US dollars and not brazilian reais)

 

The whole budget for the Ministry of Sports in 2018 surpasses 300 million dollars, which is applied in many different ways. For instance, the portion going to athletes ("Bolsa Atleta") suffered a cut of 36% compared to last year - they will only receive about 25 million; the school/university sports will receive about 11 million; the budget for infrastructure was raised, though, which I don't think is a great thing since we have very corrupted politics - of this budget, about 45 million alone should go to the so called "Olympic legacy", including the Olympic Park and Deodoro facilities.

 

Anyway, for the money received by the federations, we have the following (Football is not included because it doesn't receive money - its revenue is bigger than all the other sports COMBINED):

 

1) Volleyball - US$ 1.95 million
2) Judo - 1.94 mi
3) Sailing - 1.50 mi
4) Athletics - 1.36 mi
5) Gymnastics - 1.31 mi
6) Canoeing - 1.25 mi
7) Aquatics - 1.18 mi
8) Boxing - 1.16 mi
9) Shooting - 0.98 mi
10) Weightlifting - 0.96 mi
11) Wrestling - 0.89 mi
12) Modern Pentathlon - 0.87 mi
13) Tennis - 0.85 mi
14) Taekwondo - 0.84 mi
15) Equestrian - 0.83 mi
16) Handball -0.80 mi
17) Archery - 0.78 mi
18) Fencing - 0.75 mi
19) Cycling - 0.73 mi
20) Golf - 0.72 mi
21) Table Tennis - 0.72 mi
22) Badminton - 0.70 mi
23) Rugby - 0.70 mi
24) Rowing - 0.68 mi
25) Field Hockey - 0.68 mi
26) Triathlon - 0.67 mi
27) Basketball - 0.65 mi
28) Snow Sports - 0.50 mi
29) Ice Sports - 0.42 mi
30) Project 2020 (Baseball/Softball, Karate, Skating, Sport Climbing, Surfing) - 1.12 mi - meaning 0.22 mi for each federation

 

As you can see, the budget is nothing compared to the bigger nations. On the positive side, all Olympic sports have a budget, even if some of them are quite low - for instance, the whole budget for the Winter Sports doesn't surpass 1 million. There's also a portion going to non-Olympic and Paralympic sports, but I don't have those numbers.

 

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Quasit    174
14 minutes ago, vinipereira said:

As you can see, the budget is nothing compared to the bigger nations. On the positive side, all Olympic sports have a budget, even if some of them are quite low - for instance, the whole budget for the Winter Sports doesn't surpass 1 million. There's also a portion going to non-Olympic and Paralympic sports, but I don't have those numbers.

And that makes it better than the British budget, to me. :yes

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Janakis    128

Greek Ministy of Culture and Sports has been given a budget of 339.490.000 € for 2018, but i don't found any breakdown or publication how funding will be distribute between culture and sports. do you have more information @George_D ?

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hckosice    1,784

Rewards of Slovak athletes from The PyeongChang Winter Olympics has been officially announced

 

GOLD 1st Place           50 000 eur

ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, biathlon – 12,5 km Mass Start

SILVER 2nd Place     40 000 eur

ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, biathlon – 10 km Pursuit

SILVER 2nd Place     40 000 eur

ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, biathlon – 15 km Individual

5th Place        15 000 eur

PAULÍNA FIALKOVÁ, biathlon - 15 km Individual

5th Place        15 000 eur

PETRA VLHOVÁ, alpine skiing - alpine combined

5th Place        12 187,50 eur per athlete

PAULÍNA FIALKOVÁ, ANASTASIYA KUZMINA, TERÉZIA POLIAKOVÁ, IVONA FIALKOVÁ, biathlon – 4x6km Women´s Relay

 

50% of the amount will be payed by the National Olympic Committee and 50% by the Ministry of Education and Sports

 

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heywoodu    3,207

50k for gold, 40k for silver....and still 15k for a 5th place, nice :d 

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dcro    2,685

Those additional 0.50 cents... :p

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