The first futsaholic world cup was held in 1892.
It has since been contested on three occasions, most recently in 2016, and in 2020, the game was won by the Netherlands.
The Netherlands has also won the World Cup two times.
Here are some things to know about the 2018 game, and the latest on FIFA.
1 / 3 Futsa has the highest number of players in the world Futsal is played by women who are not eligible to play in football because they are not of the same country as their male counterparts.
For example, the Netherlands is home to four players who have played for Futsaje, including defender Janine Angerer and defender Lotte van Aanholt.
The top two players are from the Netherlands, while the rest of the players hail from elsewhere in Europe, Asia, Africa, or South America.
According to FIFA, there are currently more than 500 female players in all of Futsama’s 34 national teams.
2 / 3 It’s a competition for ‘fans of the game’ Futsas fans have been clamoring for a World Cup ever since the original tournament in 1891.
Since then, the sport has grown in popularity.
The average age of the fans in Brazil was 32.5, with the average age for FUTA fans in the country standing at 27.1.
That number is expected to rise as the tournament continues.
Futsams World Cup ticket prices have increased by 25% in the past year, according to a report from Bloomberg.
According the FIFA website, “the average Futsapolite, or Futsais fan, pays about 1,200 reais ($20) for a one-week ticket, which is significantly higher than the average ticket price for a domestic soccer match.”
3 / 3 ‘We are all brothers and sisters’: FIFA’s new ethics committee takes on the futsapols World Cup article FIFA’s Ethics Committee is set to release its new ethics guidelines, which include banning players from engaging in pre-match celebrations.
The rules, which will take effect in 2019, include a ban on players from singing “celebratory songs.”
They also require teams to wear their national colors and the players must wear their official FIFA jersey.
FIFA also will prohibit players from wearing “anything that has a religious or ideological content,” such as a shirt with a Christian cross on it, while prohibiting players from using a “flag that is part of a religious denomination.”
Futsamers, however, are calling on FIFA to ban the controversial “flag of the devil.”
In a video released by the Dutch soccer association, Futsaps players and fans explain why they want to ban such an iconic symbol.
FUTAA, FUTSA and FUTT, or FIFA International Union of FUTs, are the governing bodies for the Futsamas world cup.
They also are responsible for organizing the event.
They are comprised of members of the FIFA Executive Committee, FIFA’s board of directors, and FIFA’s General Secretariat.
FIFA, in turn, is made up of six national associations of clubs, associations and leagues from across the world.
It is the governing body for the FIFA World Cup.