A breakdown of FIFA's payments to sides at the 2018 men's World Cup and 2019 Women's World Cup.
THE FIGHT FOR FAIR PAY: IN THE NUMBERS:
The Matildas, through player union Professional Footballers Australia, have launched a public campaign for equity in prize money between the men's and women's World Cups.
THE OVERALL SPEND:
* $US400 million ($A575 million) - what FIFA paid in prize money for the 2018 men's World Cup
* $US30 million ($A43 million) - what it's proposing to give teams at the 2019 Women's World Cup
THE AUSTRALIAN SHARE:
* $US8 million ($A12 million) - Australia's pay packet from the Socceroos' group-stage exit in Russia
* $US750,000 ($A1.1 million) to $US4 million ($A5.8 million) - What Australia will receive from competing in France
THE PLAYERS' SHARE:
* $US104,000 ($A149,550) - What each of the 23 Socceroos pocketed from the 2018 World Cup campaign
* $US19,000 ($A27,325) - What each of the 23 Matildas will receive if they match their 2015 World Cup performance
* $US1.2 billion ($A1.7 billion) - FIFA's profit in the 2015-18 cycle
* $US2.75 billion ($A3.95 billion) - What FIFA reported in reserves in 2018.