FIFA proposes Qatar to find the president of the state co host of the World Cup: early expansion

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 FIFA proposes Qatar to find the president of the state co host of the World Cup: early expansion


FIFA has been hoping to expand its World Cup force from 32 teams to 48 teams, and recently FIFA has studied the issue of expanding its force at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Once the expansion is successful, it will mean that the game will be improved. Qatar, which has been preparing for the World Cup with 32 teams, has built only eight stadiums. And if FIFA expands, Qatars stadium will be able to afford so many games is unknown.

FIFA has also considered this issue, so FIFA has also considered allowing Qatar to host the World Cup in conjunction with neighboring countries, which would not only reduce the reality of insufficient stadiums in Qatar, but also be very conducive to improving relations between Qatar and neighboring countries. Last year, Qatars neighbours Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, while the FIFA met with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to share some of the World Cup events and promote Qatars resumption of relations with those countries. FIFA President Infantino said: There are continuing trade frictions in the Central and North American region. After the announcement of the joint declaration, these countries have concluded new trade contracts. The situation in the Gulf countries is somewhat similar, and I think at least the possibility of trying to get Qatar to co-host the World Cup with other neighbouring countries should be discussed. Source: NetEase sports writer: Sergi editor in charge: Liu Jia _NBJ10044

FIFA has also considered this issue, so FIFA has also considered allowing Qatar to host the World Cup in conjunction with neighboring countries, which would not only reduce the reality of insufficient stadiums in Qatar, but also be very conducive to improving relations between Qatar and neighboring countries. Last year, Qatars neighbours Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, while the FIFA met with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates to share some of the World Cup events and promote Qatars resumption of relations with those countries.

FIFA President Infantino said: There are continuing trade frictions in the Central and North American region. After the announcement of the joint declaration, these countries have concluded new trade contracts. The situation in the Gulf countries is somewhat similar, and I think at least the possibility of trying to get Qatar to co-host the World Cup with other neighbouring countries should be discussed.