2021 Tour de France prize money: How much did Pogacar and UAE earned?


UAE Team Emirates, the team of final overall winner Tadej Pogacar, earned the most prize money in the Tour de France with a total of €619,580, more than a quarter of the total prize money.

Most of the team’s prize money came from the overall victory of leader Tadej Pogacar, €500,000 first prize. The Slovenian also won the KOM and Best Young Rider classification, they were worth €25,000 and €20,000. His three stage victories in the time trial to Laval and the mountain stages to the Col du Portet and Luz Ardiden yielded €11,000 per stage win.

Jumbo-Visma was the second team with Jonas Vingegaard’s second place in the final overall classification which won them €200,000, plus the four stage wins of Wout van Aert and Sepp Kuss.

Bahrain Victorious came in third after winning the team classification, Sonny Colbrelli’s third place in the points classification, Wout Poels’ second place in the battle for the KOM and the three stage victories of Matej Mohoric and Dylan Teuns.

2021 Tour de France Prize Money:
UAE Emirates – €619,580
Jumbo-Visma – €359,520
Bahrain Victorious – €170,310
Deceuninck – Quick-Step – €149,690
INEOS Grenadiers – €134,590
AG2R Citroën – €121,230
BORA-hansgrohe – €109.370
Alpecin-Fenix ​​– €81,180
EF Education-Nippo – €69,610
Trek-Segafredo – €62,390
Movistar – €50,140
BikeExchange – €44,610
B&B Hotels – €39,190
Groupama-FDJ – €36,000
Astana-Premier Tech – €35,420
Cofidis – €34,390
Arkéa Samsic – €32,430
Israel Start-Up Nation – €24,870
Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert – €24,230
Lotto Soudal – €23,640
TotalEnergies €21,960
DSM – €13,450
Qhubeka-NextHash – €11,650


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