Federation Internationale de Football Association proposes staging new mini-World Cup every 2 years

Federation Internationale de Football Association proposes staging new mini-World Cup every 2 years

Federation Internationale de Football Association proposes staging new mini-World Cup every 2 years

For the first time in 20 years, EA Sports won't release a dedicated World Cup game.

The real-life World Cup 2018 runs from June 14 to July 15, but you'll be able to download and play the official tournament mode two weeks prior on all the platforms listed above.

The CIES used the 2018 qualification stage matches and the clubs in which the country' s players represent as the basis for the rankings of the 32 World Cup bound teams. Even the official kits for each national side will be present and correct in virtual form.

Online Friendlies and Tournaments will be playable within the World Cup expansion, while Custom Tournaments will allow you to create fantasy versions of the finals where other teams qualify-helpful if you want to imagine teams such as Italy, the Netherlands, and US did manage to get to Russian Federation after all. EA has created a page for it, detailing what's to come. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. The last stadium put into operation in the run-up to the tournament was Samara-Arena, which received FIFA's permission last Friday.

This being FIFA, there's also plenty of new themed content coming to the long-term sell that is FIFA Ultimate Team.

Who would play in it?

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EA Canada says this will add a fresh yet familiar dimension to how you build and organize your squad.

Infantino said an worldwide consortium would underwrite guaranteed revenues of at least $25 billion over 12 years to create the Nations League on a two-year cycle for more than 200 national teams and expand the Club World Cup from an annual seven-team competition into a quadrennial event for 24 participants.

Each of the teams will receive $1.5 million participation bonus.

"They are not only among the world's most solid investors", Infantino wrote to council members, "but also very motivated to work with FIFA and the world football community". The company is also adding new legendary icons to collect like Pele, Maradona, and other World Cup greats.

Infantino also moved to assure Federation Internationale de Football Association council members that the plans do not threaten the future of the World Cup.

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