HERE we know about FIFA WORLD CUP CHAMPIONSHIP. About it last scheduled world cup 2018 and it’s upcoming scheduled fifa world cup 2022. It is a football world cup many teams participate in it all over the world.
FIFA full name Fédération Internationale de Football Association known for FIFA World Cup Tournament. FIFA Founded 24 May 1904 in Paris, France. First FIFA world Cup held on 13 July, 1930 in which the United States defeats Belgium 3-0 in the first-ever World Cup football matches.
FIFA stands for “Federation Internationale de Football Association” in French. In English, it is known as International Federation of Association Football.
FIFA is an international governing body that governs, manages and promotes association football, futsal and beach soccer. It is responsible for organizing all major football tournaments like Football World Cup (FIFA World Cup) and FIFA Women’s World Cup. Since 1930, it is organizing FIFA World Cup and since 1991, it is organizing Women’s World Cup.
FIFA was founded on 21 May 1904; Belgium, France, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain and Switzerland were the founding members of FIFA. Its goal is the constant improvement of football. It is headquartered in Zurich and is governed by Swiss law, 211 national associations are members of FIFA. As of July 2017, Gianni Infantino is the president of FIFA football world cup.
FIFA also publishes a monthly magazine by the name of FIFA 1904. It is published as both a print edition and a free online version. The magazine comprises 68-pages that contain in-depth interviews and stories related to football from all over the world, but its main focus is on FIFA’s projects and activities, events, competitions and member associations. The print version is available for free to all confederations and member associations of FIFA. The online version is available for free to all football fans on FIFA.com.
Furthermore, FIFA has an independent Ethics Committee for investigating possible infringements of the FIFA Code of Ethics. In 2012, it is divided into two separate chambers: the investigatory chamber and the adjudicatory chamber. The Code of Ethics of FIFA provides the basis for all of the proceedings and decisions of the Ethics Committee.
FIFA World Cup 2018
It was the 21st FIFA World Cup, a worldwide football tournament held once every four years. The last world cup was held in 2018. The FIFA World Cup 2018 final will be held on July 15th 2018. FIFA World Cup 2018 FIFA Football World Cup 2018 Winner, France vs Croatia Final: France won the World Cup for the second time by beating Croatia 4-2 in the final.
FIFA World Cup Played in Russia. Russia hosting the 2018 World Cup. FIFA selected Russia for its 2018 host country as part of a campaign to spread the World Cup to new countries.
Teams in FIFA World Cup 2018
Excitement is building for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, with all 32 teams now confirmed for the next edition of football’s showpiece event.
GROUP A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
GROUP B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
GROUP C: France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
GROUP D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria
GROUP E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
GROUP F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
GROUP G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
GROUP H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan
FIFA world cup 2022
FIFA World Cup 2022 Scheduled
It is scheduled to take place in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022.
The 32 teams will be whittled down for the knockout stages, with the top two teams from each group qualifying for the round of 16.
FIFA world cup qualifiers
Qualifying for the 2022 World Cup began on June 6, 2019, when minor nations from the Asian confederation played their first round of matches. Mongolia’s Norjmoogiin Tsedenbal scored the very first goal in qualifying in a 2-0 win over Brunei Darussalam.
European FIFA world cup qualifiers
Group A: Portugal, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan
Group B: Spain, Sweden, Greece, Georgia, Kosovo
Group C: Italy, Switzerland, Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, Lithuania
Group D: France, Ukraine, Finland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan
Group E: Belgium, Wales, Czech Republic, Belarus, Estonia
Group F: Denmark, Austria, Scotland, Israel, Faroe Islands, Moldova
Group G: Netherlands, Turkey, Norway, Montenegro, Latvia, Gibraltar
Group H: Croatia, Slovakia, Russia, Slovenia, Cyprus, Malta
Group I: England, Poland, Hungary, Albania, Andorra, San Marino
Group J: Germany, Romania, Iceland, North Macedonia, Armenia, Liechtenstein
SOUTH AMERICAN FIFA world cup qualifiers
The top four teams from the 10-team group advance to the World Cup finals, while the fifth placed team enters an inter-confederation play-off for a World Cup spot.
The first four rounds of qualifiers in March and September 2020 were suspended and it finally began in October 2020. However, the two planned rounds of matches in March 2021 were postponed due to issues with European players being able to travel to South America amid the pandemic. There will be two rounds of games before the Copa America in early June 2021, and then an additional international break in January 2022, in order to complete qualifying in full in the existing format.
NORTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA, CARIBBEAN FIFA world cup qualifiers
Round One: Nations ranked 6-35 in the FIFA World Ranking were drawn into six groups of five. Each team played every other team in their group only once, in March and June 2021. The six group winners progressed.
Group A: El Salvador, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Montserrat, US Virgin Islands
Group B: Canada,Suriname, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Aruba
Group C: Curaçao, Guatemala, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Cuba, British Virgin Islands
Group D: Panama, Dominican Republic, Barbados, Dominica, Anguilla
Group E: Haiti, Nicaragua, Belize, St Lucia (withdrew), Turks and Caicos Islands
Group F: Trinidad and Tobago, St Kitts and Nevis, Guyana, Puerto Rico, Bahamas
Round Two: The six group winners played home and away in a direct elimination format, on June 12 and 15, 2021. The three winners progressed.
AFRICA FIFA world cup qualifiers
Round One: The 28 lowest ranked nations play two-legged ties. The ties were played in September 2019, with the full list of results available here.
Round Two: The 14 winners from the first round were joined by the other 26 African nations. Those 40 teams were split into 10 groups of four teams, with the group winners advancing to the final round.
This round was due to begin in March 2020 and run through to October 2021 until football was suspended. The group stage will now begin in September 2021, and continue in the FIFA windows in October and November — effectively concluding the group phase in 11 weeks.
The groups are:
Group A: Algeria, Burkina Faso, Niger, Djibouti
Group B: Tunisia, Zambia, Mauritania, Equatorial Guinea,
Group C: Nigeria, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Liberia
Group D: Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Malawi
Group E: Mali, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda
Group F: Egypt, Gabon, Libya, Angola
Group G: Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia
Group H: Senegal, Congo, Namibia, Togo
Group I: Morocco, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Sudan
Group J: Congo DR, Benin, Madagascar, Tanzania
ASIA FIFA world cup qualifiers
Round One: The 12 lowest ranked nations played two-legged ties in June 2019. Guam, Macau, Mongolia, Timor-Leste, Bangladesh and Cambodia advanced.
Round Two: The six winners from the first round joined the other 34 Asian nations, drawn into eight groups of five teams — also played as qualifiers for the 2023 Asian Cup finals (for this reason World Cup hosts Qatar will take part).
The eight group winners and the four best group runners-up go through. If Qatar win their group, seven group winners and five best group runners-up progress.
In an attempt to get all games completed, the AFC has decided to hold all matches on a centralised basis. The round was eventually completed between May 31 and June 15, 2021.
The 12 nations shown in bold advanced to round three.
Group A: China, Syria, Philippines, Maldives, Guam
Group B: Australia, Jordan, Chinese Taipei, Kuwait, Nepal
Group C: Iran, Iraq, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Cambodia
Group D: Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Palestine, Yemen, Singapore
Group E: Bangladesh, Oman, India, Afghanistan, Qatar
Group F: Japan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Myanmar, Mongolia
Group G: United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia
Group H: South Korea, Lebanon, North Korea (withdrew), Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka
Round Three (final group round): The remaining 12 nations have been drawn into two groups of six teams. Group winners and runners-up will qualify for the World Cup. To be played September 2021 to March 2022.
Oceanic FIFA word cup qualifiers
The Oceanic section of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification will act as qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, to be held in Qatar, for national teams which are members of the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC). A total of 0.5 slots in the final tournament is available for OFC teams. The 11 participating nations will be split into two groups based on FIFA rankings. Matches would take place in early 2022 with each group being held in a central location.
FIFA World Cup Winners List in Order
Year Winers Score Runners-up Location 1930 Uruguay 4-2 Argentina Montevideo, Uruguay 1934 Italy 2-1 Czechoslovakia Rome, Italy 1938 Italy 4-2 Hungary Colombes (Paris), France 1950 Uruguay 2-1 Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1954 West Germany 3-2 Hungary Bern, Switzerland 1958 Brazil 5-2 Sweden Bern, Switzerland 1962 Brazil 3-1 Czechoslovakia Santiago, Chile 1966 England 4-2 West Germany London, England 1970 Brazil 4-1 Italy Mexico City, Mexico 1974 West Germany 2-1 Netherlands Netherlands 1978 Argentina 3-1 Netherlands Buenos Aires, Argentina 1982 Italy 3-1 West Germany Madrid, Spain 1986 Argentina 3-2 West Germany Mexico City, Mexico 1990 West Germany 1-0 Argentina Rome, Italy 1994 Brazil 0-0 Italy Pasadena (Los Angeles), United States 1998 France 3-0 Brazil France 2002 Brazil 2-0 Germany Yokohama, Japan 2006 Italy 1-1 France Berlin, Germany 2010 Spain 1-0 Netherlands Johannesburg, South Africa 2014 Germany 1-0 Argentina Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2018 France 4-2 Croatia Moscow, Russia
Saint-Denis (Paris), France
Colombes (Paris), France
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Mexico City, Mexico
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mexico City, Mexico
Pasadena (Los Angeles), United States
Johannesburg, South Africa
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Note Editions 1942 and 1946 not played because of World War II.
- Highest FIFA World Cup winner team is Brazil, who won 5 times FIFA World Cup.
- Second highest FIFA World Cup winner team is Germany and Italy both won 4-4 times FIFA World Cup.
- Spain won one time in FIFA World Cup 2010.
- England also won one time in FIFA World Cup 1966.