The World Cup is coming to the United States in 2019.

And with it comes hope.

With a record-setting number of Americans already attending matches and many others joining them, the World Cup’s future is in the collective imaginations of the US.

And it’s no wonder that the country is now the first nation to host the World’s largest sporting event.

“The fact that the United Kingdom has taken the lead in hosting the World Championships has had a ripple effect throughout the country,” said Mark Lilla, the chairman of the USA Soccer Board.

“It has been a massive boost for the country.

We have a lot of interest and a lot more enthusiasm from around the world.

We’ve also seen a lot on the youth level.

And we’ve seen that with the World Cups.”

The USA, which will play in its first World Cup since 2002, is on a mission to transform the nation from a country of two million into a country with 1.2 billion people.

That goal has been the catalyst behind the first World Youth Championship in the country, which took place last year in Houston.

The USA also hosted the inaugural World Cup in 2015 and the 2019 World Cup.

But the 2019 event is set to be the first of the tournament’s major championships, with a total of 32 teams playing each other.

The 2019 World Cups, which are set to begin in September in Australia and New Zealand, will feature 32 teams competing in four groups of four, with the final four teams in each group advancing to the knockout stages.

In addition to the top four teams from each group, a single country is allowed to participate.

The 2018 World Cup was the first time in its history that the USA has hosted the World Championship, with all 32 teams from both the qualifying and the knockout rounds.

The USA was the host country from the 2019 Women’s World Cup, which also saw the USA’s players playing for the first U.S. men’s team to win a medal since 1996.

The 2022 World Cup will be the final of the qualifying tournament, which is also the largest tournament in the world, with 22 nations competing.

The United States is set for a record number of spectators, as the majority of the teams will be participating in the first event of the 2018 World Championship.

While the USA is the only nation to have been to three World Cups in the past five decades, there are other nations that have taken a leap forward.

The U.K. was the last major country to host a World Championship in 2022.

It will be one of the first nations to host both the 2018 and 2019 tournaments.

The United States has hosted a total 24 international matches since the 2014 World Cup and is set on being the host nation for the 2020 World Cup with all 16 teams competing.