What are the world cup stadiums?
Posted On July 14, 2021
We are still awaiting official announcements on the location of the next FIFA World Cup stadiums, but we are getting a better picture now of the various venues that are likely to be chosen.
According to sources close to the process, FIFA have already made their first announcement regarding the locations of the 2018 FIFA World Cups and 2018 FIFA Confederations Cups in Brazil and Russia.
We are also getting some further details about the venues that will be chosen for the 2022 and 2022 FIFA World Rugby World Cups.
The 2018 FIFA FIFA World Youth Championship will take place in Brazil, and it looks like the 2019 FIFA World Championship will be held in Russia.
The FIFA World Sports Awards will be the second in a row in 2018, and we now have confirmation of the 2019 Asian Cup in Australia and the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden.
The FIFA World Football Awards will take over the 2018 Super Cup in France and the 2019 World Cup in Germany.
It looks like FIFA have also made their final announcement regarding which FIFA World Soccer stadiums will host the 2018 World Cup and 2022 World Rugby, which will be staged in Qatar.
While the final dates for the FIFA World Basketball Championships in 2019 have not been confirmed, it looks as if they will be in Brazil.
It has also been confirmed that FIFA will be awarding their 2018 FIFA Women’s World Cup to the host country in 2018 and 2019.
The FIFA Women and Football World Cup will be played in 2018 in China and 2019 in Russia, and will be hosted in South Korea.
The 2019 FIFA Women World Cup is set to be played at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
The 2018 FIFA U-17 World Cup has been confirmed to be held at the São Paulo Arena in Brazil from March 25-30.
The 2022 FIFA U18 World Cup at the Parc des Princes will be taking place from June 4-9 in the Paraiso da Luz.
The 2021 FIFA U17 World Championship is set for the Copa Sudamericana in Belo Horizonte, Uruguay.
There will be a FIFA U20 World Cup on February 27 in China, and a FIFA Under-20 World Championship in Brazil on February 14 in Russia and the U23 World Cup, which is set up in 2019, will take to the Copacabana in the country from February 28-30 in Rio.
If you are a FIFA fan, be sure to check out our comprehensive FIFA World Series 2019 coverage here.
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