2022 World Cup
England Fans Looked Ecstatic After Latest World Cup Win
Some photos of it maybe... potentially... coming home.
Can Face Paint Fool Qatar World Cup Surveillance Cameras?
There are 15,000 facial-recognition cameras installed in the country right now. Could some clever makeup fix the problem?
World Cup 2022: Jubilant Photos of Fans Celebrating England Beating Wales
The team will now play Senegal in the final 16 of the tournament.
The Football Fans Boycotting the Qatar World Cup 2022
"Even watching on television, you’d feel complicit."
Qatar accused of running “black ops” against rival World Cup bids
“For the past four months we have undertaken an extensive campaign to undermine the 2018/2022 candidacies of competitor countries."
What We Know About Corruption in the 2018 And 2022 World Cup Bids
The FBI and Swiss authorities are currently investigating both bids.
Qatar Spending $500 Million a Week on World Cup
They will spend an estimated $200 billion before the tournament starts in 2022.
Does Qatar's Soccer Policy Put Players at Risk of Exploitation?
Qatar's policy of naturalising players for its national team attracts footballers from across the globe to try their luck in the country. But, given the potential pitfalls of the kafala system, this can leave them vulnerable to exploitation.
Sepp Blatter Says 2022 World Cup Was "Agreed" to Be in U.S., Among Other Stuff
He also fully supports Vladimir Putin.
Migrant Workers Are Still Being Abused In Qatar
The country with the world's highest per capita GDP has indefinitely delayed implementation of reforms that would insure migrant workers constructing its 2022 World Cup facilities would receive their paychecks on time and regularly.
Qatar's 'Efficiency' Praised Amid Ongoing Rights and Bribery Controversies
Qatar is the model of efficiency, but migrant workers, women, journalists, and torture victims would tell a different story. And then there's the matter of FIFA and bribery.
England is Losing all Credibility by Offering to Host World Cup 2022
England must stop angling for the 2022 World Cup or risk completely discrediting themselves in the FIFA reform debate