World Cup 2020 will kick off on Saturday and it will be the biggest football event in Argentina’s history.
It will also be the first time that the country has hosted the World Cup and it is expected that there will be a crowd of over 100,000 spectators.
But Argentina’s football authorities are worried about the turnout and that many people will not be able to watch the game live.
What you need to know about Argentina’s World Cup World Cup 2018 will be played on August 20 and there will not only be some huge games but also a host of other events.
The biggest game will be on Saturday when Argentina hosts Uruguay in the second round.
This will be Argentina’s first-ever match in the World Series and the first World Cup game in the country’s history as well.
Uruguay will be facing a team of Argentina’s best players including Carlos Tevez, Javier Mascherano and David Villa.
The other big match will be Sunday’s semi-final against Colombia, the two teams who finished the tournament in fifth place.
Argentina will face Colombia in the final on Thursday.
The two sides will meet in the semi-finals in the quarter-finals and semifinals.
This match will take place in front of over 80,000 fans.
The final is scheduled to be held in front the Avancadero Arena, which is home to Argentina’s national team and home to the national stadium.
Argentina is also hosting the 2017 Copa América Centenario which will be held from August 30-31.
Argentina has hosted Copa America Centenario every two years and will host Copa Libertadores from September 6-12.
Argentina’s Copa Nacional Centenario, the Copa Centenario de Espana and the Copacabana Centenario will be also hosted by the country.
Argentina also hosts the FIFA World Cup Qualifier in 2018 and the 2018 FIFA Confederations Cup.
The 2018 FIFA World Championship is set to be played in 2018 in Argentina and the 2022 FIFA Confederates Cup is scheduled for 2024.
The FIFA World Youth Championship is also scheduled to take place on August 30 and the 2019 FIFA World Under-20 Championship will take over from the 2020 World Cup.
It is expected to be the most-watched event in Argentine history.
In addition to the World Cups and Copas, there are also various other events taking place in Argentina including the annual August Festival of the Fruits.