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Everything you need to know about the FIFA Womens World Cup 2019

  • Jun 06, 2019
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The FIFA Women's World Cup will start from 7th June and the final match will take place on 7th July 2019. The host nation will be France and the fans can cover live match on the radio, BBC TV and BBC application and website. There is a total of 24 teams which will participate in the tournament, and there are nine different venues where the football world cup will take place. If you are interested to know all about the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019, then here is the complete information available for you. Major Dates of FIFA tournament The FIFA World Cup 2019 competition will run for a total thirty days between 7th June to 7th July 2019. The first match will take place between South Korea and France in Paris. On 9th June, Scotland is going to make the first appearance in the World Cup against England. On 11th June, US will fight against Thailand, which is ranked as 29th in the world at present. The semi-final & final matches are going to held in Lyon from 2nd July 2019. The venue of the FIFA Womens World Cup 2019 There is a total of nine venues where the event will take place, and the opening match will be in Parc Des Princes, which is the home of Paris St Germain. The semi-final and final matches will be held at Parc Olympique Lyonnais/Groupama Stadium. It can hold around 59k fans and is known as one of the largest venues. Here are the total nine venues of FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Parc des Princes in ParisStade Oceane in Le HavreStade des Alpes in GrenobleRoazhon Park in RennesStade Auguste-Delaune in ReimsStade de la Mosson in MontpellierAllianz Riviera in NiceStade du Hainaut in ValenciennesParc Olympique Lyonnais in Lyon So, these are the nine venues where world cup matches will take place, and the fans can get their tickets to watch the on-field match otherwise they can watch the live streaming on  BBC sports channel on their television. Which is one of the best players to look out in this World cup? The World Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony will take place on 7th June, and it will be grand as France hosts it. The strongest contenders of this tournament might be Lucy Bronze, Nikita Parris, and Saki Kumara. Ballon d'Or winner named Ada Hegerberg hasnt been in Norway team for this World Cup. Steph Houghton can play a great contender for the England team, and Fran Kirby and Toni Duggan from Barcelona will be attacking Houghton during the match. The US team has the talent of fantastic players like Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan. It might be possible that this can be the last tournament of Carli Lloyd from  Manchester. She was the FIFA world player of the year as a midfielder and has also won the title of the Golden ball at World Cup 2015. The strongest contenders of FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 US champions are ranked among the best champions of the world, but France has never been able to get ahead of the semi-finals. France only managed to reach till last eight teams during European Championship. Germany can be a threat to the teams as they reached till the semi-finals during World Cup 2015 and they are ranked on the 2nd number in the world women's football teams. In the year 2011, Japan won the world cup trophy, and they were the runner up in the year 2015, and there are chances that the team would look ahead to win this tournament. There are changes that the Netherlands who is the champion of the European tournament can also challenge the other teams to win the title of FIFA World Cup 2019. Any team can be the winner, and that only depends upon the hard work of the teams before the tournament and during the tournament period.

FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in India postponed to February 2021

FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup in India postponed to February 2021

  • May 13, 2020
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The U-17 Women's World Cup will be held in five Indian cities: Kolkata, Guwahati, Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad and Navi Mumbai (host city).Under 17 women’s WC to be held from February 17-March 7 2021Under 20 women’s World Cup shifted to January 2021Futsal World Cup moved to September 2021 in LithuaniaThe FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup has a new date, thanks to the global pandemic that has stopped the sport. The tournament, which was scheduled to take place in India in November this year, will be held in February 2021. It will start on February 17 and end on March 7.The Football Association issued a statement in this regard, in which it also indicated the changes in the eligibility criteria as well as the dates. He stated that the player who was born on and after January 1, 2003 and before December 31, 2005, will be eligible to participate in the tournament.16 teams will participate, where the Indian hosts will be in the automatic qualifiers. India will make its debut in the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.The decision to postpone the matches was taken by a FIFA-Confederations working group recently created by the FIFA Council Table to address the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.The masterpiece of the women's age group is planned for November 2-21. It has spread across the country in five different cities including Kolkata, Guwahati, Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad and Navi Mumbai. The official schedule of the tournament was announced in February and Navi Mumbai hosted the final.Read More: Covid-19: New Zealand may restart professional sport in few daysArticle Source- indianexpress.com

LaLiga Virtual Stand | LaLiga will use "virtual stand" and fans sound for broadcasting

  • Jun 08, 2020
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LaLiga Virtual Stand: Madrid, June 8 (IANS), LaLiga has announced that they will use virtualization of stands simulation for television broadcasts alongside the fan voices of FIFA video game in the remaining eleven days of the 2019/20 season.The season will return to work on June 11 with a local derby between Sevilla and Real Betis and there will be matches for the next seven days after a break of more than two months due to the COVID-19 epidemic.Spain's national broadcasters will offer their viewers the "natural" broadcast option for games that are played behind closed doors without fans, but the international audience will only receive enhanced streams with additional audio and graphics.The stands will be virtual and will always provide you with a wide picture of seating enthusiasts in the local club colors. To develop this digital experience, LaLiga teamed up with the Norwegian company VIZRT, which also works with other European leagues.In the moments when the game stops, this fan image can be transformed into a canvas that matches the color of the local team and will carry institutional messages among other things.LaLiga said in a statement that the virtual voice was obtained through cooperation with EA SPORTS FIFA in a project called SOund of the Stands.Through this, the official audio library of LaLiga EA Sponsor, which was recorded in real stadiums, was used and digitally adapted so that it could be implemented in real-time during the match. It will adapt to the flow of the game because when certain situations occur, such as a goal or a foul, creating what is known as atmospheric sound. ""We have made these broadcasting changes so fans can enjoy the LaLiga," said league president Javier Tebas. "We are working with global partners to provide a great experience to the viewers. We are in an exceptional situation, but it was important for us to be able to adapt and provide attractive and direct broadcasts to our fans."Barcelona led the LaLiga race, after collecting 58 points in 27 games. Clasico competitors Real Madrid occupy second place with 56 points, while Sevilla complete the top 3 with 47 points.The league (LaLiga) is following in the footsteps of the Bundesliga, which has become the first European league to resume its season. Meanwhile, the Premier League has also announced June 17 a date for return.Img source: LaLiga, goalArticle source: IANSAlso Read: Premier League allows 5 substitutes when season restarts

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Brazil beats Uruguay 2-0 to stay top of qualifying group

  • Nov 18, 2020
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First-half goals from Arthur and Richarlison gave Brazil a 2--0 victory in Uruguay on Tuesday and maintained their 100% record in the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.Brazil has missed a large number of players due to the Coronavirus and injuries, including incantation striker Neymar, but he was too strong for his opponent who had not defeated him since 2001.Arthur opened the scoring in the 34th minute when his shot hit from outside the box cruelly against Uruguay goalkeeper Martin Campana and then Richarlison scored from a short corner kick seconds before halftime.Uruguay is unluckyLuis Suarez missed after testing positive for COVID-19, Uruguay hit the wood twice in the first half, but his unfortunate night was confirmed when the assistant video referee convinced the referees to fire Edinson Cavani for inappropriate interference. Over Richarlison in the 71st minute.Uruguay continued to fight, and Martin Caceres saw his close shot hit the net a quarter of an hour before the match was over, before the Chilean referee canceled it.The win in Montevideo was Brazil's fourth successive victory in the qualifying round and ensures they are the only team in the South American group of 10 teams to win all of their first matches.Qualifiers will resume again in March 2021.The top four teams in the group automatically qualify for the 2022 Qatar Championship, and the fifth-placed team enters the tiebreak between the regions.Venezuela defeats ChileIn Caracas, Venezuela scored their first points thanks to the late winner Salomon Rondon against Chile.Guillermo Maripán put the hosts ahead in the eighth minute and although Arturo Vidal scored his third goal in two games moments later, Rondon's goal in the 81st minute gave Venezuela a much-needed win.Also Read: ISL ( Indian Super League ) 20-21 Updates

FIFA club world cup 2020-21

FIFA Club World Cup 2020-21: Teams, fixtures, dates & where will it take place

  • Jan 20, 2021
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The goal has the ultimate guide for the next edition of the FIFA Club World Cup scheduled for February 2021 with Bayern MunichThe 17th edition of the FIFA Club World Cup will start in February 2021 after the tournament was postponed from its original start date in December 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The Club World Cup champion will be won through a knockout tournament featuring world winners from continental club competitions.2019 winner Liverpool will not be able to defend their title as they failed to win the 2020 UEFA Champions League, with Bayern Munich as the representative of UEFA in this year's edition.What is the 2020 Club World Cup?The Club World Cup is a knockout tournament in which the winners from the six continental federations, as well as the host nation's league champions, participate to designate the Club World Champion.It is not considered a prestigious competition like the Champions League, but due to its global nature it remains a huge honor for the clubs.The tournament evolved over the years, from 1960 to 2004, UEFA and CONMEBOL played the Intercontinental Cup, with winners of the UEFA Champions League and Libertadores Cup competing in a unique final.Subsequently, FIFA introduced the Club World Cup in 2000, although several problems delayed their inaugural competition until 2005.This year, the Club World Cup will be held in Qatar, ahead of the host country for the 2022 World Cup.The FIFA Club World Cup 2020 will be the last version to be played in its current status after FIFA confirmed its plans to update it to the 2021 edition, with the aim of expanding the competition to include 24 teams.Which teams qualified for the 2020 Club World Cup?Bayern (UEFA) is participating in the competition after winning the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League.TBC (CONMEBOL). The winner in South America, the winner of the 2020 Copa Libertadores, will be confirmed on January 20, 2021. Boca Juniors, River Plate, Palmeiras, and Santos are all in dispute.UANL (Concacaf) participates as CONCACAF Champions League 2020 winners.Auckland City (OCF) was ready to participate but withdrew due to complications from Covid-19.Al-Ahly (CAF) enters the 2019-20 CAF Champions League winner.Al Duhail (AFC) will participate as the host of the tournament.Also Read: Top 10 Fantasy Cricket Websites in IndiaWhich venues will be used for the 2020 Club World Cup?The matches will be held in three stadiums in Al Rayyan City: Khalifa International Stadium, Education City Stadium and Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium.The three stadiums are set to host the 2022 World Cup matches.2020 Club World Cup fixtures & datesFirst-roundNo.DateMatchTime (local / GMT)Location1Feb 1Al-Duhail vs Auckland City (Withdrew)8:30pm / 5:30pmAhmed bin Ali StadiumSecond roundNo.DateMatchTime (local / GMT)Location2Feb 4UANL vs Ulsan Hyundai5pm / 2pmKhalifa / Education City Stadium3Feb 4Al-Duhail vs Al Ahly8:30pm / 5:30pmKhalifa / Education City StadiumSemi-finalsNo.DateMatchTime (local / GMT)Location5Feb 7CONMEBOL vs Match 2 Winner9pm / 6pmKhalifa International Stadium6Feb 8Match 3 Winner vs Bayern9pm / 6pmAhmed bin Ali StadiumFinalNo.DateMatchTime (local / GMT)Location7Feb 11Match 5 Winner vs Match 6 Winner9pm / 6pmEducation City StadiumThird-place play-offNo.DateMatchTime (local / GMT)Location8Feb 11Match 6 Loser vs Match 5 Loser6pm / 3pmEducation City StadiumFifth-place play-offNo.DateMatchTime (local / GMT)Location9Feb 7Match 2 Loser vs Match 3 Loser6pm / 3pmEducation City StadiumHow can I watch the 2020 Club World Cup?Full details on how to watch the FIFA Club World Cup 2020 will be available in due course.How to buy tickets to the 2020 Club World CupNo information has been provided on how tickets were purchased for the tournament, but it is possible that the matches will be held behind closed doors due to the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic.Also Read: BRAZIL BEATS URUGUAY 2-0 TO STAY TOP OF QUALIFYING GROUP