FIFA World Cups have traditionally been played indoors, in stadiums with capacity of more than 100,000.
The International Olympic Committee, in a move that was widely expected, decided in June to expand the event to all-out indoor games.
This year’s tournament will be played in venues with capacity between 60,000 and 80,000, with the top six teams competing in a best-of-three series.
For some, the biggest worry about the World Cup will be its location.
“There’s so many factors, the logistics, the security concerns, the financial risks, that the only way to make sure that we can all have an enjoyable experience is to move the World Cups to the cities with the most people,” said Nick Hern, who coaches the men’s soccer team at a high school in Florida.
“And it’s just not going to happen.
The people who live in the cities will have to go, because the only people who are going to be able to afford it are those in the stadiums, so it’s going to take a long time.”
There are also logistical issues that must be resolved, such as how to make the tournament run smoothly in a crowded stadium, which will likely involve using a temporary stadium.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has said that the tournament is not going anywhere.
“The World Cup is the most important sporting event in the world,” he said at the start of the tournament.
“It has such a tremendous impact on the lives of people around the world.
It’s the biggest sporting event, and it’s the most global of all.
We have to make it work, and we have to be patient.” “
We have to take this very seriously.
We have to make it work, and we have to be patient.”
If FIFA decides to move a World Cup, it will be the first time that the event has been moved to the United States.
The last time the event was moved to New York was in 2011, when the United Kingdom hosted the tournament in the city.