With just three months to go until the start of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, the footballing public in Europe are slowly beginning to sit up and take notice. As men’s and women’s leagues across the continent move into their final phases, it’s heartening for fans to know the action won’t end in May.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia features some of the most aesthetically and technologically advanced architecture on the globe, including the largest LCD TV facade, a colorful mountain in Sochi, a stadium lit with multicolor diamonds, and a venue which resembles a spaceship.
CONIFA (the Confederation of Independent Football Associations) will hold its 3rd World Cup. Barawa won the right to host the tournament, their FA represent part of the worldwide Somali diaspora in England announcing London as their preferred tournament location.
As has become almost tradition before each World Cup event, two teams are slated to play a pre-tournament match at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. KICS International announced yesterday that Peru and Croatia will face each other at Hard Rock Stadium in a warm up match before they head to the World Cup in Russia on March 23, 2018.