When you look at the world’s greatest sporting events from all around the globe, you might get a sense of how much is at stake.
That’s why it’s so important to get in the game early.
And as a top-flight athlete in his prime, it’s a given that the top teams will be in the tournament.
But there’s a twist: It’s the first time the World Cup will be held in the United States since it was established in 1896.
So what can you expect?
The first leg will kick off on Sunday, June 10 and will be the tournament’s most expensive ever.
The top two teams from each of the six groups — the four nations competing in the World Cups — will meet in a playoff round on Sunday evening, June 12 to determine the top four seeds.
In that playoff, which will be televised on ESPN2, the top two seeds will face off in the semifinals and a winner will be crowned the winner.
Here’s a look at some of the storylines to watch:World Cup 2018: The first game of the tournament will take place on Sunday afternoon in a semi-final between Russia and England.
That match will be a battle for the title of the most expensive soccer tournament ever.
Russia is the defending champion and will have won every tournament it has competed in since 1908.
England has never been to the finals of the World Football Championship or World Cup in general, so it is the reigning world champions.
Both teams have proven they can beat the other on the field.
The only time they’ve met in the playoffs is in the semifinal in 2006.
And that game ended in a penalty kick shootout.
The Russian team, though, was able to secure the two-goal lead in the second half.
England has not lost in the first round of a World Cup since 2002, and the U.S. team has lost in three of the past four World Cups.
This is the first-ever meeting between the teams and it could end up being a very entertaining game.
Russia has won four consecutive World Cups, including the 2012 edition.
The Americans, however, haven’t won the tournament since 2011.