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The road to Qatar continues as 210 teams have been competing around the world to qualify for their spot in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.  With only 31 places available (32 counting the automatic qualification of the host country Qatar), the fin
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The FIFA World Cup is the most prestigious tournament in the world and has been held 21 times since the first tournament in 1930 (Uruguay).  Brazil is the only team to have competed in every World Cup and they have earned five championships over the
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Yes, this list of Top 5 USA Wins in World Cup History was easy to compile because the US has only eight wins in the history of the World Cup. In fact, only 5 since Dwight Eisenhower was President, but that doesn't mean we can't relive those incredibl
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Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying has been delayed by the pandemic, but it will soon resume in September 2021. World Cup qualifiers will be taking place over the next 10 months in all six regions for the 32-team tournament scheduled for November and De
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5 reasons to attend the 2022 World Cup Learn some facts about Qatar World Cup If you are a soccer fan, then you’ve already heard the negative press about the Qatar World Cup. Going all the way back to 2010 when Qatar was first announced as the
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Ranking the World’s Most Unique, Must-See Soccer Stadiums Last year’s exciting World Cup featured Russia’s biggest and finest soccer stadiums. From the Spartak Stadium in Moscow to the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, soccer’s biggest tour
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With the FIFA World Cup set for Qatar in 2022, the city of Doha is about to become an international hotspot. But truth be told, it already is. This cosmopolitan capital is home to over 1.2 million expats from around the world and boasts incredible ar
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It may be hard to notice if you are a U.S. American, but soccer (or football, as the rest of the world calls it) is the most beloved sport on this Earth. While the rest of the world is glued to their TV screens every time the World Cup comes around,
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