The World Cup is held every four years. The World Cup, also known as the FIFA World Cup, is the most influential football event in the world.
The World Cup is a major football event. The holding of each World Cup touches the hearts of fans all over the world. So how often is the World Cup held? Let’s find out together.
The World Cup schedule is divided into two stages: qualifiers and finals. The qualifiers are held in the 6 World Series. The places to participate in the World Cup finals are selected through the qualifiers.
There are 32 teams participating in the final stage of the World Cup. The host country of the final stage can directly participate in the final stage without qualifying.
The host country of the World Cup final stage is when the member country applies to FIFA and selects the vote of all FIFA members.
The first official mascot of the World Cup was Willy, a kicking lion from the 1966 World Cup in England. Since then, every World Cup has had an official mascot.
The World Cup is becoming more and more commercialized, and the World Cup often receives huge sponsorship from the society. In the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, FIFA awarded a total of 400 million bonuses to the participating teams.