FIFA poll claims majority of fans want ‘more frequent’ World Cup 2022
In the midst of a debate over FIFA’s biennial World Cup project, FIFA release an online poll on Thursday in which a majority of fans support the idea of a “more frequent” World Cup. FIFA poll claims majority of fans want ‘more frequent’ World Cup 2022
55 percent of those surveyed by IRIS and YouGov who “interested in football” would like to see the top international competition more frequently than once every four years, reports FIFA. Among those surveyed, 30 percent wanted the World Cup to be held every two years, 11 percent every year. 14 percent every three years-an unusual frequency in international sport. While regional and age differences in attitudes are both apparent in this survey, they nevertheless marked.
Youth populations and “developing markets” are the biggest advocates of increased frequency, while older football lovers stick to a four-yearly tournament that has been in place since 1930.
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In addition to these findings, an “extended” survey of 100,000 participants in “at least 100 countries” will undertaken. Former Arsenal manager Arsine Wenger, who is now FIFA’s head of football development, revived FIFA’s controversial proposal of a biennial World Cup in March. A world cup every two years would be more profitable. Which can be given to federations in Africa, Asia, and South America that rely more on FIFA financial assistance than the wealthy European leagues. It would be like having World Cups alternated with continental tournaments. Such as the European Championships and Copa America, every summer from 2025 to 2026. Teams qualifying for the finals will be hosted together in October, a month later in March, or both together in October. FIFA poll claims majority of fans want ‘more frequent’ World Cup 2022
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All of the clubs are already contending with overloaded schedules, and UEFA, the SAF Confederation, the World Leagues Forum, and the European Club Association all rejected the plan. In a statement Tuesday, the FIFP players’ union criticize “the lack of a meaningful dialogue” on the topic, and emphasized footballers. “natural physiological limits.” A number of football fans have also spoken out against the proposal. Football Supporters Europe network (FSE) coordinator Ronan Evan, thinks FIFA should conduct market research since it has something to sell. FIFA poll claims majority of fans want ‘more frequent’ World Cup 2022
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The government should consult representative organizations if it wishes to do so.” Ultimately. FIFA Congress in May would have to decide on the proposal. 32 countries compete for the prize in the FIFA Men’s World Cup TM, which takes place twice a year. Fans gather around the passion and love for the game as continental qualification pathways lead to an exciting finals event.
A ticket has issued to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup so that the reigning Asian champions can train with UEFA. Azerbaijan will play its matches in Luxembourg. In order to eliminate travel time for its opponents, in addition to Portugal, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Belgium and Luxembourg.
It is not necessary for Qatar to qualify for the World Cup since they are the next World Cup hosts. This is the entire Group A schedule that follows. Fanar lanterns characterized by light and shadow interplay, and this reflect in the design of the stadium. After the World Cup ends, Lusail Stadium will have housing, shops, food outlets. A health clinic and a school as part of the legacy agreements of the organizing committee.
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The site will also used for the construction of a community football field. Qatar 2022 organizers tell us that some stadium installations will remove in order to accommodate the new amenities.
To avoid the summer heat in Qatar, the tournament will take place between November and December next year. The temperature reaches over 40C during the day during these months. An “extended” survey of 100,000 people across “more than one hundred countries” will conduct following this finding.
Arsine Wenger, FIFA’s director of football development, revived FIFA’s controversial proposal in March to hold a biennial World Cup. The proposal was first floated in the 1990s.
An argument for every other year’s World Cup is that it will generate more revenues that can distributed to federations in Africa, Asia, and South America, which rely more on FIFA funds than wealthy European leagues.
According to Wenger, a final phase would alternated with international tournaments every summer from 2025-2026, like the European Championship and Copa America. Qualification matches will be group in October, or October and March.