The world’s greatest players are set to play in the 2019 FIFA U19 World Cup in Germany, and it is here they are going to do battle with the best teams in the world.
This is the most anticipated and anticipated event of the season, with many predicting a draw between the top teams.
The competition will feature 16 of the world’s best players, including a number of current players.
The full squad will include the likes of Dele Alli, Nacer Chadli, Harry Kane, Kylian Mbappe and Christian Eriksen, while England forward Wayne Rooney is set to be part of the squad.
The game is set for a date of October 1st, but the FIFA World Cup is not the only big event on offer.
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This year’s World Cup has a massive prize pool of £2.4 billion, making it the most expensive event in the history of the game.
The tournament will feature the best players from the world, with the biggest prize money going to France and Russia, with more than $10 billion each.
Here’s a look at the World Cup 2018 line-up.
First up are the big names.
Manchester United’s Ryan Giggs, Argentina’s Neymar and Germany’s Bastian Schweinsteiger will all feature in the squad for the first time.
Brazil’s Marcelino will also be in attendance, although he has not yet announced his participation.
This has the potential to be a huge match, with Brazil coming off their biggest win in more than a decade in Brazil.
This tournament is also shaping up to be the biggest tournament in world football.
The Confederations Cup in South Africa will feature six teams from the same continent, but this time the format is more open, with all eight nations competing in the tournament.
It is expected that South Africa’s side will be the best and the defending champions.
There will also, of course, be a World Cup Qualifier at the start of the year.
This will be a battle between the host nations of Brazil and Argentina, and both nations will be looking to add to their World Cup winning record.
Germany and Portugal are expected to battle it out for the title.
Germany are currently favourites to win the tournament and will be keen to build on the success of their World Cups.
Portugal, on the other hand, will want to ensure that they finish the campaign on a high.
The hosts are favourites to reach the quarter-finals, and are favourites in all three competitions, with Germany, England and France in the mix for the final.
The draw for the 2019 World Cup will be made on October 1.
Watch: FIFA’s World Trophy 2018: Key facts and figures about the FIFA world cup article The competition starts on October 6 and will last until November 13, with a play-off between the two teams.
France and Spain will have a game on November 12, with England, Uruguay and Italy also having games on November 15.
Portugal and the Netherlands will play on November 18, with Uruguay facing Italy and Italy facing Portugal.
France’s victory over Italy will go down as one of the greatest games of all time.
The Netherlands have only won one of their past seven World Cups, but have been crowned the best team in the World since 1999.
Portugal’s win over Spain was the last major World Cup to go to penalties and the first since 1992.
The only other World Cup with no penalties was the 2002 FIFA Confederations Trophy.
Portugal will be aiming to repeat this achievement in the most difficult World Cup of all, and will likely be the favourites to take the title for the second year running.
The 2018 World Cup had an incredible amount of drama with many of the biggest teams in Europe leaving, including Germany and England.
England’s exit has sparked rumours of an exodus, with Real Madrid’s star player Gareth Bale set to join Barcelona.
Spain’s exit from the tournament was a huge blow to their chances of winning the tournament in 2019, with Portugal, France and Italy all looking to get the most out of their chances.
There is also speculation that France may lose captain Neymar to Barcelona.
Brazil, who will host the tournament for the third time, have been favourites for the tournament since they took the trophy in their first appearance back in 1992.
Neymar was the most popular player in the country at the time, and was instrumental in Brazil winning the title in 1994.
The 2019 World Series is also expected to be one of Brazil’s most anticipated tournaments, with their first title being in 1994 and their second taking place in 2018.
Neymas will be hoping to be back in the same stadium for his third time in Brazil and his first time in the Copa Libertadores.
Ney Maradona is one of football’s most iconic figures, but he will be unable to return to the stadium when Brazil face off against Spain in the final on