The FIFA World Cup will begin in Qatar in November of this year. On November 21, the first match will take place. The final match will take place on December 18 at the same time. On Friday, the World Cup draw was also made official. At the same time, the official World Cup soundtrack has been released. Hayya Hayya is the title of the song. Trinidad Cardona, Davido, and Ayesha are the producers. This is the first time that the tournament’s anthem is a collection of songs. Let us remind you that the World Cup will feature 32 teams divided into eight groups.
The World Cup’s official match ball has also been released. Al Rihla is the name of the place. Al Rihla is an Arabic word that means “travel.” Let us inform you that Diplo, a well-known American DJ and lyricist, composed the FIFA World Cup 2018 official song. It was performed simultaneously by Nikki Jam, a well-known American artist, and Ira Esterfi, an Albanian singer. In addition to these two, the song features former star footballer Ronaldinho of Brazil’s national team and Hollywood actor Will Smith. This song gained a lot of traction.
The World Cup will be held without Italy and Russia.
Because of its aggression against Ukraine, Russia has been excluded from the World Cup. At the same time, Italy, the 2004 World Cup winner, has been eliminated from the competition. North Macedonia eliminated him from the European qualifying competition.
In the same group as Spain and Germany.
Spain, the 2010 World Cup champion, is in the same group as Germany, the 2014 World Cup champion. Both teams are in the same group, Group E. In this group, Japan is also one of the best teams in Asia. At the same time, the hosts, along with Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, and the Netherlands, are in Group A. For the first time, Qatar is competing in the World Cup. He was given this opportunity because he was a member of the host team.
Along with England, America and Iran are in Group B. The Euro play-offs will be used to determine the fourth team in the group. This group is open to any team from Wales, Scotland, or Ukraine.