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Qatar readies itself for 2022

The 2018 World Cup ended in a spectacular fashion with the French side winning convincingly. For the runners-up, Croatia was a bitter sweet moment since it was their best performance in the tournament after the famed team that reached the semi- finals 20 years ago. With the conclusion of the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament; now all eyes are turned towards the next World Cup to be held in Qatar in 2022.

Football experts speaks about World Cup

A tournament, which started with 32 national teams, is reaching its dramatic conclusion three weeks after the tournament’s kick-off. A tournament filled with emotions on either side of the spectrum has reached the quarter final stage with a few matches to go and the winner is decided.

World Cup and the Fan Fest

One of the most exciting sport tournaments – the World Cup – takes place every four years and is the most widely viewed sporting event across the globe. Russia, the host for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, has taken the privilege to organize the event for the first time for both country and Eastern Europe.

The five teams hoping to change Africa's World Cup story

The 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament has kicked off on June 14 in Russia. Africa has five representatives in this elite competition: Nigeria, Egypt, Senegal, Morocco, and Tunisia. The continent’s teams secured their spots after a long build-up involving a preliminary knock out phase followed by a four team round robin competition on home and away basis.

Newly elected EFF president speaks

After a tumultuous nine months, the Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) has finally elected Esayas Jirra as its president on June 3, 2018 in an election that was held in Semera town, Afar Regional State. Initially, the new president secured 66 votes in the first round of the election process but this was not enough in securing the position since a ‘50 plus vote rule’ forced another round of elections.