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The 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP will take place from August 15-21 in South Africa, the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia.
The competition will be held in a four-leg tournament between three host countries: Australia, Brazil and South Africa.
The 2017 FIFA WORLDCUP took place from June 16-23 in Brazil, the U.S., Russia and Turkey.
The 2018 edition will be staged in Brazil.
The games will be played in the first four-team knockout round, and the top two teams in each group will advance to the semi-finals.
The United States will host the 2018 World Cup, and Australia and South Korea will also be involved in the competition.
The tournament will also feature the knockout stage, where a host nation will qualify for the knockout stages, while the top-seeded nations from the two qualifying groups will advance.
For the 2018 FIFA CUP, FIFA awarded the four-game tournament a whopping $1.8 billion for hosting, logistics, broadcasting and distribution, among other expenses.
The 2022 FIFA CULE will be the next major World Cup tournament to be held, and it will be hosted in 2018 in South Korea, where soccer is the national sport and it is expected to generate more than $400 million in commercial revenue.
The competition will include 12 nations and will also include a final round that will be a two-leg knockout competition between the top four finishers.
The winner of that final will qualify to host the next World Cup.
The 2019 FIFA WORLD DIVISION A-Z will be one of the biggest tournaments of all time.
It will take up to four countries and five teams and will be an annual event with the highest prize purse of any sporting competition on the planet.
The tournament will be attended by more than 2.2 billion people, according to FIFA.