How to play in FIFA’s FIFA World Cup 2014

  • August 13, 2021

FIFA is going to be staging the world’s biggest football tournament in 2019 with the World Cup taking place in South Africa, which is the home of the African National Congress.

There are four host cities, three of which are already selected and the rest are being finalised. 

The venues will be chosen in accordance with a FIFA-mandated strategic plan, with the host cities chosen in September 2019. 

There are 12 stadiums and nine ball fields. 

A total of 8,000 people are expected to take part in the event. 

According to the plans, the event will be played in the form of a semi-final and final, with four semi-finals, four finals and a final, which will be held in Johannesburg.

There will be four groups of four teams each.

The two semi-pro teams will advance, while the two pro teams will be eliminated. 

 The two finalists will be given priority over the two top-seeded teams, who will have the right to qualify. 

This means that it will be up to the two teams that are currently the favourites to win to be eliminated from the competition. 

However, there will be a maximum of five teams in the tournament. 

FIFA president Sepp Blatter will host the tournament and will host a ceremony for the host city in his honor on July 14.