Friday, April 12, 2024
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FIFA is anticipating a significant increase in revenue from the 2026 World Cup. According to the four-year budget presented to the FIFA Council, the organization expects to earn $11 billion from the event, a nearly 50% increase in income compared to previous tournaments.

The World Cup will be held in North America and feature a 48-team men’s tournament. It is expected to bring in a significant amount of money through broadcasting and sponsorship contracts, as well as ticket sales and hospitality. The exact match schedule for the tournament has yet to be determined, but it will be held at several NFL stadiums.

The World Cup is a highly anticipated event, and FIFA is hoping to capitalize on this excitement to bring in a significant amount of revenue. Despite any uncertainties about the precise match schedule, the organization is confident in its ability to generate a significant amount of income from the tournament.

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