The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is approaching, where forty-two teams will vie for one championship.
The extravaganza will bring together the stars of the sport as well as the best footballing talent on earth.
On the surface, at least, international soccer still retains something pure that has been lost from the version of modern football in that teams cannot buy victory.
Insofar as an accident of birth in Russian Cyrillic is concerned, the elements of the team are predetermined, but not the size of their bank accounts.
A team consisting of a few heroes will be a major draw at the World Cup.
Perhaps the highest-performing team in Nigeria was the most expensive.
The Most Expensive Team At The World Cup
Based on the market value of high-performing soccer players on Transfermarkt, England will be the most valuable team in this year’s World Cup.
They have a few players valued at over 80 million euros, including Harry Kane, Phil Foden, and Jadon Sancho, with a total squad value of 1.35 billion.
Players like Kylian Mbappe, Christopher Nkunku, Raphael Varane, Kingsley Coman, and Jules Kounde are France’s next most valuable squad.
Aspiring champions will want to continue using all that comfort to remain in the lead.
Most valuable squads at World Cup 2022
- England – 1.35 billion euros
- France – 1.1385 billion
- Brazil – 1.064 billion
- Spain – 1.031 billion
- Germany – 1.0205 billion
- Portugal – 938.5 million
- Argentina – 764.5 million
Who is the most valuable player at the Qatar World Cup?
In terms of individual players, France’s Kylian Mbappe, estimated at 160 million euros, is the most valuable player in Qatar.
Erling Haaland and other players are also valued at over 100 million.