Dl-DPXTp-W4-AE-89-V World football governing body, FIFA is considering making the men’s and women’s World Cups a biennial event rather than quadrennial. Fifa says it will launch a feasibility study into it, and also look at the qualifying competitions for the tournaments. There have been calls by several stakeholders in the sport for the ruling body to consider the option. In March, former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger made a call to FIFA to consider hosting the senior men’s World Cup once in two years. But FIFA’s latest decision to consider the possibility was following a proposal by Saudi Arabia’s football federation (SAFF) at the annual Congress. “We believe the future of football is at a critical juncture,” said SAFF president Yasser Al-Misehal in the proposal FIFA “The many issues that football has faced have now been further exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic. “It is important to review how the global game is structured, which should include whether the current four-year cycle remains the optimum basis for how football is managed both from a competition and a commercial perspective as well as overall football development.


Fifa says it will launch a feasibility study into it, and also look at the qualifying competitions for the tournaments.

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Wow,Fifa says it will launch a feasibility study into it, and also look at the qualifying competitions for the tourn

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Good move, four is always too long to wait for World Cup

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That's good ,waiting for four is not good ....that two years is good..

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Good move ,four years is always too long to wait for I love this ideal

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Good move four years is too long to wait for world cup

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Nice we won't have to wait long for FIFA worldcup

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That would really be a good and great idea. It would be a joyous idea for football lovers over the world

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That would really be a good and great idea. It would be a joyous idea for football lovers over the world.. we can't wait to see it

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They no longer in the class rep then I can do that I don't know what

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Really good news site and you can come to the house and you can come to the

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The many issues that football has faced have now been further exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic.

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This consideration will go a long way, it will make football fun.

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That will put an extra strain on the players,the curre t format of 4 years is fine by me

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Good move but waiting for four is not really good that mean na 2years now

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Fifa says it will launch a feasibility study into it, and also look at the qualifying competitions for the tournaments.Nice idea

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That will be good I wish all the eol teams best big luck and focus on champion league final kudos to all

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Good move, four is always too long to wait for World Cup.

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That's good ,waiting for four is not good ....that two years is good.. Reply

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This will be interesting we are awaiting the response...fun times is about to begin

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It was good me lGood move, four is always too long to wait for World Cup Reply

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Four years is always too long to wait for FIFA world cup..Two years will definitely make more sense

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Osheyy... FIFA to the world.. great heights to you people...two years makes a lot of sense please

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wow good move four years is quiet long, I buy the idea

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It will be of great benefit reducing the four years to two years

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It will be of great benefit reducing the four years to two years

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This a grate idea which is coming from this time i support this opinion

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That is good to know, if it works plenty fun for football lovers

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That is very good, more matches for us to watch

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That's a good idea, four is always too long to wait for World Cup. Now we won't have to wait long for FIFA worldcup

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The many issues that football has faced have now be further exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic.

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Since there have been calls by several stakeholders in the sport for the ruling body to consider the option. That means they have to find a solution to it

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