Currently, all the eyes of the sports fans are on the ‘FIFA Football World Cup’. Yes.. Football World Cup will start in a few hours. Players from 32 countries will compete in 64 matches.
FIFA World Cup 2022 starts today
Currently, all the eyes of the sports fans are on the ‘FIFA Football World Cup’. Yes.. Football World Cup will start in a few hours. Players from 32 countries will compete in 64 matches in this football competition which will be held for almost a month. The Football World Cup is back in front of the audience to entertain everyone around the world. Everyone is getting ready to enjoy every moment of the day without crying for 29 days. So far, around 21 World Cups have been held in the world of football. The 22nd Football World Cup is being held this year (2022).
Qatar will compete with Ecuador in the first match.
With a budget of around 16 lakh crores, the football celebrations are going to be grand in the capital of the desert country, Qatar. However, Qatar, which hosted the World Foodball Cup this year, is somewhat special. Because sand storms usually occur in Qatar. On the other hand, the expenses have increased beyond the budget. There is no doubt about how successfully Qatar will handle the responsibilities of this tournament. But this is not the first time that the FIPA tournament is held in Qatar. After hosting the Asian Games in 2006, this is another mega sporting event in Qatar. This is the second time that the ‘FIFA’ World Cup is being held in an Asian country after Japan-South Korea jointly organized the competition in 2002. This is the first time that a Middle Eastern country is the venue for a worldwide sports competition.
This will be the last World Cup to be held with 32 teams. It is reported that 48 teams will enter the ring from the next event. As all 8 stadiums and practice grounds are within 10 km distance, there is no need to travel by plane for every match. Qatar, who have already completed all the arrangements, will face Ecuador on the first day. The final match will be held on December 18, the national day of Qatar.
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