FIFA’s World Cup 2019 in 2018 was the first time in the 20-year history of the tournament that it had hosted an African World Cup.

That World Cup in 2019 was the only tournament held in the region of South Africa.

The tournament is scheduled to be held in Morocco, a country that hosts only two World Cups in 20 years: the African and the Asian ones.

The 2022 edition of the event is already under way in Morocco.

There are plans for it to be hosted in 2019, with Morocco being the host country and the host of the 2022 World Cup, but the dates have yet to be announced.

The 2022 edition has been the focus of a long-running legal battle between FIFA and Morocco, who have been demanding that it be played in Morocco as well as in the UAE, Qatar, or Oman.

It is understood that the 2022 tournament will not be played on either of those dates.

The FIFA Council of Ministers approved the 2018 edition of Fifa World Cup on Tuesday.

It has yet to finalize a host country for the event.

The 2019 edition of FIFA World Cup will be held on March 18-20 in France, with the 2022 version taking place on March 28-30 in Qatar.

The date has yet not been set.