The Sport: An update on the World Cup in 2018
The World Cup 2018 is here and, while we are still waiting for a few more tournaments to begin, here is what we know so far.
The World Cups start at the end of March, and there will be a total of 18 World Cups in the next two years.
Two of them will be hosted by the UK and two by the US.
The first World Cup will be held in the UK on 22 March 2019.
The second World Cup is scheduled for 20 May 2019.
It will be the second time the two countries have hosted the World Cups.
The host countries will be: Brazil (19 May 2019), Uruguay (26 May 2019) and Russia (30 May 2019).
They will host the 2018 World Cup, which will be played in Russia.
Uruguay will host it in 2018, while Brazil will host in 2020.
Uruguay has a large number of top players who have been invited to the tournament.
Uruguay’s next opponent will be Russia.
The next four World Cups will be staged in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Russia is the only country not to host the 2022 World Cup.
The tournament will be in Moscow and will be contested by Russia, Brazil, Uruguay and Mexico.
The 2018 World Cups have been played in the same venue and format since 2004.
The US has not hosted the 2022 tournament.
The 2020 World Cup was held in Moscow.
The 2022 tournament will take place in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil will play in 2019 and 2020.
The hosts will be Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Portugal, Spain and Turkey.
The third World Cup that will be decided in 2019 will be between the Netherlands and Uruguay.
It is the first time the tournament will have two countries playing.
The winner of that tournament will qualify for the 2018 tournament.
Next, Brazil and Russia will host their third World Cups, which are scheduled for 2022 and 2024.
The fourth and final World Cup between the host countries is slated for 2026.
The FIFA executive committee will decide on the dates and venues for the 2019 World Cup and 2020 World Cups and the dates for the 2022 and 2026 World Cups respectively.
Uruguay hosts the 2019 and 2024 World Cups (2019 World Cup: 19 March 2019, 2024 World Cup 2026: 25 May 2019, 2022 World, 2026 Brazil: 29 May 2019 and 2022 World: 1 July 2019).
Russia hosts the 2022, 2023 and 2025 World Cups as well.
The 2019 World Cups are played in Brazil and in the USA, and the 2022-2025 World Cup are played at the Copacabana Stadium in Brazil.
Brazil, Russia and Turkey will host all the other tournaments.
The three countries have been at the World cup since 1996.
The world cup is being played in four different stadiums.
The venues for both the 2019 tournament and the 2020 tournament will feature in two different stadiums, one in Sao Paulo, the other in Belo Horizonte.
The new stadiums for the 2020 World cup will be built by the Brazilian firm Euskaltel, who will build the stadium in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo.
It’s the first of four stadiums that will host a World Cup since the 1970s.
Brazil has been at this tournament since 2006.
The stadium will be named after the Brazilian president.
The venue for the two World Cups has been chosen in honour of Brazilian soccer legend Pele.
Brazil’s next opponents will be Colombia, Chile and Uruguay, who were selected in the top two of the FIFA World Rankings for the tournament that was held from 25 November to 1 January 2019.
Brazil is ranked third in the world, with a score of 19-8-7.
The teams that will play Brazil will be ranked sixth and seventh.
There will be two more World Cup finals after the 2018 one.
Argentina and France are the two teams that are currently set to compete in the finals.
The two teams will play each other on 4 February 2019 in Brasilia, and will then meet in Moscow in May 2019 for the World Football Cup.
Argentina is ranked fifth in the rankings.
The Argentina team will be coached by Argentina’s former coach, Mauricio Pochettino, who won the World Championship in South Africa in 2016.
Argentina’s squad has been assembled by former Brazilian coach Luis Felipe Scolari, who is also the head coach of England.
Scolaria, who also played in South America, was the coach of Brazil from 2008-12 and the head of Argentina from 2014-16.
Argentina has been playing the 2018 and 2019 World Championships in the new stadium in Sao Paolo, which has been built by Spanish firm Ereca.
It also has a retractable roof, so that it can be opened and closed during matches.
It has a capacity of 2,800 people.
The 2026 tournament will also be played at a new stadium, which is scheduled to be built in Uruguay.
Uruguay is ranked sixth in the FIFA rankings.