Soccer players around the world are getting increasingly popular, and the sport is in a bit of a tizzy in some countries.
In some countries, the sport’s popularity is actually falling as soccer becomes more popular.
But that doesn’t mean that the game isn’t still on the rise.
Here’s a look at some of the big events happening around the globe.
FIFA World Cup: The 2018 FIFA World Championships begin on Saturday, July 7, with a group stage match against the Netherlands.
The match is being played in a new stadium in Germany that will house the 2022 tournament, but the games will be held at a brand new stadium and on a new field.
The tournament will take place in six different cities around the United States and the United Kingdom.
The top two teams in each group advance to the semifinals and final, while the lower-ranked teams will be eliminated in the quarterfinals.
In addition to the traditional football and soccer games, the FIFA World Cups will also feature the NBA Finals, the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.
The 2018 World Cup will be played on July 7 and is set to take place at the 2018 FIFA International Stadium in South Africa.
ESPN’s Soccer Saturday will be back on July 17 for the final group stage of the tournament.
The semifinals will take a little longer to complete than the finals due to some scheduling issues.
The final will be on July 19, and will be broadcast live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.
The finals will be streamed live on FIFA.com.
The 2017 FIFA World Player of the Year was Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal.
The first-ever FIFA World player of the year award was awarded to England midfielder Steven Gerrard of Liverpool, who was also voted as the FIFA Player of 2018.
The FIFA World Press Award is given annually to a journalist or media outlet that has made a significant impact in the coverage of sports in their country.
FIFA has awarded more than $7 billion in awards to the media outlets it sponsors, and its award ceremony is set for July 23 at the FIFA offices in Zurich.
The 2022 FIFA World Championship will take on a more global feel with more than 60 million fans expected to tune in to the matches.
FIFA will host the first-time ever global tournament in Brazil, which will host eight matches between the two teams.
The stadiums in Brazil will be completely redesigned, and all matches will be televised on ESPN.
The International Olympic Committee has announced the dates for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The Games will be contested from Feb. 8-13.
The games will take center stage at the Olympic Stadium in the city of Pyeongsang, and include the basketball tournament, soccer tournament, volleyball tournament and men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino announced the event’s host city at a press conference on June 24, and confirmed that the games would take place on the same site as the 2016 Games in Sochi, Russia.
The Winter Olympics are scheduled to take part in March 2022 in Pomega, Argentina.
FIFA is hosting the 2022 World Cup from February 11-17 in a newly renovated and renovated Olympic Stadium, which has been transformed into the stadium for the 2020 FIFA World Youth Championships.
The venue is set up to host the 2022 games with all the necessary facilities to host such an event.
FIFA also announced the start of a bidding process for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
FIFA announced on June 28 that it would award the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to two countries — South Korea and Japan — and the bidding process will begin in August.
In the last 24 hours, FIFA has announced that Japan will host all eight games in 2022, while South Korea will host four of the games in the 2022 competition.
The bidding process is expected to be completed by the end of the month.
FIFA plans to host a new tournament in the 2019 FIFA World Club Championships in the United Arab Emirates.
FIFA’s Executive Committee approved a new bidding process in February that will take the bidding for the 2019 World Club Championship out of South Korea for the first time in six years.
The next round of the World Club Cup will take aim at South Korea, which is expected at the bidding stages in the 2018 World Club Cups.
In 2018, South Korean fans watched the FIFA Club World Cup in front of a live TV audience of more than 70 million.
The 2019 World Cup has been moved to the city that hosted the first World Club World Championships in 2018.
FIFA said that it will hold a new FIFA Club Congress, which takes place between August 1 and October 6, to discuss the bidding procedure for the FIFA 2023 World Cup.
The congress will be hosted in the FIFA Headquarters in Zurich and will take an active part in the process of determining the venues for the next World Cup and World Club Club Championship.
FIFA and its partners will hold their first meeting in early 2019.
FIFA, its partners and the world governing body of soccer will