Nishant Hulwan, Prof. Sachin chavan


Football is the first well-known tournament within the world. The Federation Internationale de Football Affiliation (FIFA) is the institution that controls and directs this tournament and facilitates all the associations around the world, at both the proficient association and nation levels. The World Cup is the most significant sports competition in the world, which is held once every four years. The national groups play regional qualifiers organized by confederations. Those qualifiers decide the 32 groups that will advance to the final competition. FIFA makes the final draw for the game by vote, and the 32 groups apportioned into eight bunches of four. The beat two groups from several gathers move into the knockout stages (i.e., circular 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the ultimate)




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