Weather of Arabia - The Football Flag Cup has been held 21 times since its first launch in 1930, and this year Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup in the first edition of the World Cup to be held in the Arab world and the second to be held in Asia after the 2002 edition that was played in Korea Southern and Japan.
Here are the most frequently asked questions regarding the World Cup and this year's tournament:
Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup from November 20 to December 18, 2022.
The International Football Association "FIFA" has released the official song for the World Cup competition "World Cup Qatar 2022", entitled "Better Together", produced by Moroccan star "Nader Khayat", known technically as "Redwan". RedOne appears in the video clip alongside American pop star "Trinidad Cardona", American singer and producer "Davido" and Qatari singer Aisha. The song combines an American voice, an African voice, and a Middle Eastern voice.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup Trophy is made of 5 kg (11 lb) of 18 karat 75% gold with a base of 13 cm (5.1 in) diameter inscribed with the FIFA World Cup and containing two layers of alabaster, Martin Bolikov emphasized that the trophy is hollow but sturdy Because if it is solid it will weigh 70-80 kg and it will be very heavy to carry.
In the past, whoever won the title 3 times kept the original copy of the World Cup forever, but the International Football Association “FIFA” changed the rule and prevented any country from retaining the World Cup copy. Rather, the winning team kept it for 4 years, until the pro version, then it was given a similar painted cup. In gold, the team that achieves the title is written in its local language on the original copy, which is the property of FIFA.
Brazil, won 5 times.
The tournament was held 21 times, 78 countries participated in the finals, and the number of teams that won the tournament so far is only 8, and the Brazilian team is the most crowned cup, winning it 5 times in the years: 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. More
No Arab team has won the World Cup title so far, but Tunisia scored the first victory for the Arabs in 1978, when it defeated Mexico 3-1. Morocco also became the first Arab team to qualify for the second round, and that was in 1986.
Miroslav Klose is the all-time top scorer of the World Cup with 16 goals in 24 matches he played for Germany in the tournament. The German star made his first appearance in the World Cup in 2002, and continued to represent his country until the 2014 edition of Brazil and won the Golden Boot in 2006.
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