FIFA World Cup 2016 is a little more than a month away, but it already looks like the tournament is going to be a huge success. 

The first matches are set to take place in London on June 11, with the second round of matches taking place in the same venue in mid-July. 

But the most exciting thing about the competition, according to FIFA’s official Twitter account, is that the tournament will feature eight new teams. 

There are four new clubs from the top two divisions in France, two from the third division and two from a mix of the two. 

It’s also the first time since 2010 that there will be no European qualification, meaning fans in some countries will have to play in a new competition in order to get there. 

So which teams will be at the top of the table? 

Of the new teams, France and Germany are the two biggest contenders, as they’ll be vying for the automatic qualification spot in the tournament. 

But who will be the best team? 

The two biggest teams from the previous two editions of the tournament were Germany and the United States. 

They were both successful in qualifying for the 2015 tournament, and they have a combined record of 7-2-1. 

Both are also top-flight sides, so they should be expected to perform very well in the new format. 

France, on the other hand, are not in contention for the title this year, so it will be a battle for the last two spots between England and the Netherlands. 

And then there’s Argentina, who are currently ranked second in the world, with a record of 4-1-0-1 in their last eight matches. 

The Argentina side will be hoping to end their World Cup drought by beating the hosts, while the Netherlands, meanwhile, are currently fourth, with an unbeaten record in 11 matches.

It’s been a busy summer for the FIFA World Cups, with new stadiums being constructed and the likes of the 2017 Copa America, and the 2022 World Cup being added to the calendar. 

Now it looks like there’s one more major event to look forward to, and that’s the FIFA Confederations Cup. 

This tournament is the biggest soccer tournament in the history of the world and is often referred to as the World Cup of Nations, because of the number of teams involved. 

FIFA will have 10 teams competing in the cup, with eight of them having already qualified for the competition. 

A total of 16 countries are expected to play, with England, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Germany, Belgium, France, Argentina, Russia and Russia 2018 World Cup finalists. 

However, for the first four matches, the tournament’s hosts, Brazil, will be playing in their home stadium. 

That will be Sao Paulo, Brazil’s second largest city, where the game will take place on June 8, 10, 16 and 20. 

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