It’s the first of four events on the 2020 world cup calendar that will take place across all five continents, and with the continent-wide event set to start in late 2019, it seems only fitting that the sport’s world cup organisers have set out their plans for the next edition.
Here are some of the most intriguing and controversial events to take place during the next world cup.
Ice storm: World Cup 2020 will be held in a special ice storm where the wind is expected to pick up, allowing for more ice to break in the winter months.
The sport’s governing body, Fifa, has already said that the event will be “the most ambitious and comprehensive event in the world”, and has promised that it will be played out on artificial surfaces such as those used in the Olympic Games.
The event is expected on a variety of artificial surfaces, including artificial grass, as well as in-play artificial turf and other “natural surfaces”.
The new rules will make the world cup the most-acclaimed event in history.
The new rule is expected at the start of 2020 and is being introduced to avoid a repeat of last year’s ice storm which left the competition in disarray.
The tournament will be moved to 2019, which is also the start date of the new tournament rules.
Fifa has also announced that the 2020 tournament will now start in November 2019.
In the meantime, the sport will continue to take advantage of the extra winter months to try to get the best results possible.
The world cup will also have its first appearance in Europe, and will be hosted in Germany, with the first two games played in a friendly.
The German city of Munich will host the first match, and is also expected to host the semi-finals and the final.
The first two matches will be contested on artificial turf.
The next two matches are expected to be played on in-form artificial turf, and the host cities will be decided by a combination of fans’ votes.
The final will be on artificial grass and is set to take part in the second week of December.
The host city of the final will also be determined by fans’ vote.
The 2019 World Cup will be the first time that a major international sporting event has been held in the Arctic, as the Arctic Circle is the world’s coldest region.
The ice will start melting as early as mid-February and will begin breaking up by mid-March.
Ice and snow will be a key theme throughout the world championships, with FIFA, the tournament’s organisers, claiming that the ice storm will provide a huge boost to the sport in 2020.
Ice storms are an event which has taken on a new meaning for the sport since the early 20th century, when the sport was introduced in the United States.
It’s been an event in which ice has been torn up from the ground and melted in the air.
The 2018 World Cup was held in Russia, and it was the first World Cup to be held on artificial surface.
The 2018 event was also the first to feature artificial turf with the tournament being played in the southern Russian city of Krasnoyarsk.
The 2020 World Cup has been billed as “the world’s most important sporting event since the Olympics”.
The event will feature the world best football players, football’s best players, a wide range of international stars and a host of other athletes.
The games will also feature the most famous football players in the history of the sport.
There will be at least 10 footballers from the 10 teams competing in the event.
The 2023 World Cup is scheduled to be the last event of the 2020 calendar.
The 2022 World Cup and 2024 World Cup are set to be staged in 2019 and 2022 respectively.