‘I’ve never seen anything like it’: What is the latest in the World Cup?
Posted On August 8, 2021
The World Cup kicks off on Friday and it is a week-long series of competitions that has become one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
With a total of 17 teams competing for four major tournaments: England, Brazil, Argentina and South Africa.
Here is what you need to know about the tournament so far.
Who is the host nation?
This is where the excitement begins.
Australia is playing England on Friday, which is the biggest game of the tournament.
The match is the only match to have taken place at the Eden Park since the 2010 World Cup, which saw the hosts take on England in a match that was not televised.
England are also the host of the World Twenty20 which begins in September.
Australia and South Korea are the host nations for the 2019 World Cup.
How many matches are there?
There are 11 matches scheduled for the tournament which is set to be played in 32 cities across South and Central America, the Caribbean and Europe.
The matches will be played over a three-week period from May 15 to May 23.
Who plays the final?
The final will be between two of the top two teams from each of the three tournaments: Australia and Brazil.
There will also be a semi-final between two sides from each tournament.
There are no finals.
Where are the teams?
The host nations are based in New Zealand, England, Australia and New Zealand.
South Africa and Argentina will also compete in the tournament as the host countries.
What happens on the pitch?
The tournament is set for seven days of football, with the final match being played in a two-legged semi-finals on Sunday, June 3.
There is also a second-leg to play on June 18.
The top two team from each semi-fixture will face each other in the final on June 22.
The finals will be held on June 24.
What is on the television?
The two semi-leg matches will air live on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2, respectively.
FOX Sports has also added the World Rugby Sevens Series to its lineup, which will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1, FOX Sports 3 and Fox Sports 4.
The final match will also air on FoxSports.com.
A live stream will also stream from the Fox Sports App on Thursday.
What are the rules for the World Cups?
There is no set format to the tournament and there are no pre-tournament pre-qualifiers.
The games will be contested using a one-day format, with teams competing to qualify for the finals.
Players who win the tournament will be awarded the World Club Player of the Tournament, which means they will get a place at their club’s World Cup team.
Who are the opponents?
The World Cups have been played between South Africa, England and Australia.
South African players will be competing in their second World Cup in four years, while Argentina and Brazil are both in their third World Cups in the last three years.
The South African team will also face the likes of Brazil and Argentina in their first World Cups.
Argentina are hoping to make it four World Cups for the first time since 1999.
Who will be the host team?
Australia will host the tournament with a group of 11 teams.
The first team from that group will play host to the next group, with Australia then playing host to Argentina and then Brazil.
Brazil, the host country of the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the 2019 African Cup of Nations, are in their fourth World Cup together.
Brazil will also take on South Africa in a semi final.
Brazil are also set to play Argentina in a final on Sunday.
What will be on the TV?
FOX Sports Australia has also made a deal with Fox Sports to broadcast the World Series of Football.
The World Series will be shown on Fox and Fox Soccer Channel in Australia.
Where will the teams play?
There will be a number of games on offer to the teams competing in the three-legged tournament.
Teams will play two semi finals, which are played on Saturday, June 16, and then two final matches on Sunday June 17.
Who has the best record in the series so far?
South Africa have the best win-loss record in World Cups dating back to 2007.
They have won four of the last five World Cups and won the last two of those in South Africa’s first World Cup success.
Who have been the most successful hosts in World Cup history?
England have hosted the tournament 14 times, with Argentina winning four of their six World Cups from 1958 to 1995.
Argentina have won the most World Cup hosts with four.
South Korea has won four World Cup host nations.
How will the tournament shake out?
The three semi-trucks are set to run for the whole match and the semi-finale will be fought on grass