FIFA World Cup
Introduction: The second biggest sporting event is the World Cup is the national team competition organized by the FIFA World Cup. The World Cup is held every four years since the tournament opened in 1930, except in 1942 and in 1946 it was not held because of World War II. The most current competition rules allow 32 teams to compete in the final round, and qualifiers are held throughout the previous three years to determine which teams will participate in the final round. However, in October 2016, FIFA president Gianni Infantino supported 48 teams to participate in the final in 2026, and as of January 10, 2017, FIFA confirmed that the 2026 World Cup would have 48 competition teams. World Cup is a sporting event that attracts the attention of many people around the world, including both men and women.
Prize: The winner will receive a golden trophy with a statue of the winning goddess Nike. However, after 4 times winning the championship, the trophy of the goddess of victory was permanently awarded to the Brazilian team, after which FIFA placed a new cup named “FIFA World Cup”, which was merely made of real gold, 36.5 cm high, 6,175 kg weighs, worth 20,000 USD, the trophy has a picture of two young men holding their hands to support the ball.
UEFA Champions League
Introduction: The UEFA Champions League was originally known as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup or the European Cup, which has been a European club championship football tournament, held since 1955 for top European football clubs. This is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious football club in European football.