MSNBC – New York, NY – November 27, 2019 – The New York Times today published the first live-streamed video from the 2019 FIFA World Cup 2022™, which will take place from September 20-21 in South Africa.

In this live-action recap, we look back at the 2018 and 2019 World Cups as they played out on Sunday night.

Here are the highlights: Live-Action Recap of FIFA World Series 2018 – The 2018 FIFA World Championship™ is set to kick off on Saturday, September 22, 2019, in the Netherlands.

The United States is one of three teams from each country that will represent their respective nations in the World Series, which begins on Friday, September 29, 2019.

The top two teams from the United States, the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees, will face off in a doubleheader to determine the first overall seed for the 2019 World Series.

The second and third seed will meet in the third and fourth round of the World Baseball Classic™.

The winner will play in the 2019 Championship Series™.

There will be three World Series™ games between the World and CONCACAF Champions League™ teams.

The 2018 World Series is the first time that the U.S. has participated in the tournament since 1998.

The World Series will be played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, home of the Atlanta Braves.

The first two games will be live-broadcast on ESPN2 and the third game will be televised live on ESPN.

WatchESPN will stream the 2018 World Cup™ on Saturday and Sunday at 6:30 p.m.

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The 2019 World Cup will be the first ever FIFA World Championships and will be held in South Korea.

The tournament will feature 12 teams from 16 countries, including the top two seeds in each of the three World Cups.

The players that will be participating are as follows: World Cup Qualifiers: Germany, England, France, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

FIFA World Club Championship: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Croatia, Iceland, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru and the U-20s.

FIFA Confederations Cup: France, Russia, Sweden and the USA.

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Russia, Switzerland, Argentina, China and the World Soccer Championship™.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2017: France and Russia.

The two games between these two nations will be broadcast live on the ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Depor, respectively.

FIFA Futsal World Cup 2016: Germany and Argentina.

The game between these nations will air on ESPN and ESPN+ Deportespers.

The match between the two nations in this game will also be televised on ESPN+ and ESPN+.

WatchESPN and ESPNU will provide live coverage of the two matches.

The FIFA Women and FIFA Men’s World Cups will be streamed on WatchESPN.

FIFA Men Soccer 2018 World Championship Qualifier: Germany vs. Argentina and Portugal vs. Sweden.

The games between Germany and Portugal will be aired on ESPN Depo, ESPN3 and ESPN3+ Deports.

FIFA Under-17 Men World Cup 2018 Qualifier & World Cup Germany vs Portugal: The game will air live on Watch ESPN.

FIFA 16 Under-16 Men World Championship & FIFA 16 FIFA Under 17 Men World Championships: The games will also air on Watch and ESPN.

WATCHESPN will provide coverage of both matches.

FIFA 18 Under-18 World Championship: Germany & Argentina vs. Brazil & Canada & Portugal.

Watch ESPN will provide a live preview of both games.

FIFA 17 Under-19 World Championship and FIFA 18 FIFA Under 19 World Championship – Brazil & Uruguay vs. United States & Sweden: The match will be shown on Watch-ESPN.

The 2017 FIFA World Cups and FIFA Women World Cups are scheduled to be broadcast from September 23-26, 2019 in Germany, Spain and the Netherlands and September 24-26 in South America.

Watch on ESPN, Watch-A-Go and ESPN+, plus WatchESPN app for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Amazon Fire TV.

The ESPN app will be available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

The U.K. will be hosting the 2019 Rugby World Cup in the same year as the 2019 Women’s Super Rugby World Championship, which was held in 2019 in Japan.