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The FIFA is thinking of raising the teams in the Qatar World Cup

The FIFA is thinking of raising the teams in the Qatar World Cup
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The FIFA is considering the possibility of increasing the team in the 2022 World Cup, said the FIFA president Gianni Infantino. If there is a need to host another country with Qatar, then the probability of organizing another country will be to check the possibility of the highest footballing company.

Earlier this year, FIFA decided to host the 2026 World Cup in 48 teams instead of 32 teams. The tournament will be held in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The FIFA chief now speaks of the possibility of taking part in the Qatar World Cup in 48 teams.

In the annual meeting of Asian Football, he said, “We have decided to increase from 32 to 48 in the final tournament of the World Cup. And it will be 2026 World Cup. What will not it happen in 2022? We are seeing this. If this is possible, why not? ”

“We have to see whether it is possible-whether it will be successful or not. We are discussing this with our Qatar’s friends. We are discussing this with our other friends in this region. We hope this can happen. ”

In 2010, they were elected to host the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Since then they have been preparing for the 32-team tournament.

Qatar has clashed with several neighboring countries since June last year. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt have cut diplomatic, transport and commercial communications, accusing terrorism’s financing the country. Qatar rejected these allegations.

The FIFA Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates will be held in December where there plans to increase the team, said Infantino.

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