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The current format involves a qualification phase , which takes place over the preceding three years, to determine which teams qualify for the tournament phase.
In the tournament phase, 32 teams, including the automatically qualifying host nation s , compete for the title at venues within the host nation s over about a month.
The 21 World Cup tournaments have been won by eight national teams. Brazil have won five times, and they are the only team to have played in every tournament.
The other World Cup winners are Germany and Italy , with four titles each; Argentina , France , and inaugural winner Uruguay , with two titles each; and England and Spain , with one title each.
The World Cup is the most prestigious association football tournament in the world, as well as the most widely viewed and followed sporting event in the world, exceeding even the Olympic Games.
The cumulative viewership of all matches of the World Cup was estimated to be Qatar will host the tournament, and will be jointly hosted by Canada, the United States, and Mexico, which will give Mexico the distinction of being the first country to host games in three World Cups.
The world's first international football match was a challenge match played in Glasgow in between Scotland and England ,  which ended in a 0—0 draw.
The first international tournament, the inaugural British Home Championship , took place in After FIFA was founded in , it tried to arrange an international football tournament between nations outside the Olympic framework in Switzerland in These were very early days for international football, and the official history of FIFA describes the competition as having been a failure.
At the Summer Olympics in London , football became an official competition. Planned by The Football Association FA , England's football governing body, the event was for amateur players only and was regarded suspiciously as a show rather than a competition.
Great Britain represented by the England national amateur football team won the gold medals. They repeated the feat at the Summer Olympics in Stockholm.
The Lipton tournament was a championship between individual clubs not national teams from different nations, each one of which represented an entire nation.
The competition is sometimes described as The First World Cup ,  and featured the most prestigious professional club sides from Italy, Germany and Switzerland, but the FA of England refused to be associated with the competition and declined the offer to send a professional team.
West Auckland won the tournament and returned in to successfully defend their title. In , FIFA agreed to recognise the Olympic tournament as a "world football championship for amateurs", and took responsibility for managing the event.
Those were also the first two open world championships, as was the start of FIFA's professional era. Due to the success of the Olympic football tournaments, FIFA, with President Jules Rimet as the driving force, again started looking at staging its own international tournament outside of the Olympics.
The national associations of selected nations were invited to send a team, but the choice of Uruguay as a venue for the competition meant a long and costly trip across the Atlantic Ocean for European sides.
Indeed, no European country pledged to send a team until two months before the start of the competition.
Rimet eventually persuaded teams from Belgium , France , Romania , and Yugoslavia to make the trip. The first two World Cup matches took place simultaneously on 13 July , and were won by France and the US , who defeated Mexico 4—1 and Belgium 3—0 respectively.
The issues facing the early World Cup tournaments were the difficulties of intercontinental travel, and war.
Brazil was the only South American team to compete in both. The and competitions, which Germany and Brazil sought to host,  were cancelled due to World War II and its aftermath.
The World Cup , held in Brazil , was the first to include British participants. British teams withdrew from FIFA in , partly out of unwillingness to play against the countries they had been at war with, and partly as a protest against foreign influence on football,  but rejoined in following FIFA's invitation.
In the tournaments between and , 16 teams competed in each tournament, except in , when Austria was absorbed into Germany after qualifying, leaving the tournament with 15 teams, and in , when India , Scotland , and Turkey withdrew, leaving the tournament with 13 teams.
These teams were usually defeated easily by the European and South American teams. Until , the only teams from outside Europe and South America to advance out of the first round were: USA , semi-finalists in ; Cuba , quarter-finalists in ; North Korea , quarter-finalists in ; and Mexico , quarter-finalists in The tournament was expanded to 24 teams in ,  and then to 32 in ,  also allowing more teams from Africa, Asia and North America to take part.
Since then, teams from these regions have enjoyed more success, with several having reached the quarter-finals: Mexico , quarter-finalists in ; Cameroon , quarter-finalists in ; South Korea , finishing in fourth place in ; Senegal , along with USA , both quarter-finalists in ; Ghana , quarter-finalists in ; and Costa Rica , quarter-finalists in Nevertheless, European and South American teams continue to dominate, e.
It cannot be that the European and South American confederations lay claim to the majority of the berths at the World Cup.
He said: "[The World Cup is] not based on the quality of the teams because you don't have the best 32 at the World Cup It's a political matter so why not have more Africans?
The competition is to bring all the people of all the world. If you don't give the possibility to participate, they don't improve. In late May, the US Department of Justice announced a count indictment with charges of racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracy against 14 people.
Men's football has been included in every Summer Olympic Games except and Unlike many other sports, the men's football tournament at the Olympics is not a top-level tournament, and since , an under tournament with each team allowed three over-age players.
The U tournament serves as a dress rehearsal for the larger competition. In , Brazil 's third victory in the tournament entitled them to keep the trophy permanently.
However, the trophy was stolen in and has never been recovered, apparently melted down by the thieves. The experts of FIFA, coming from seven countries, evaluated the 53 presented models, finally opting for the work of the Italian designer Silvio Gazzaniga.
From the remarkable dynamic tensions of the compact body of the sculpture rise the figures of two athletes at the stirring moment of victory.
This new trophy is not awarded to the winning nation permanently. World Cup winners retain the trophy only until the post-match celebration is finished.
They are awarded a gold-plated replica rather than the solid gold original immediately afterwards. Currently, all members players, coaches, and managers of the top three teams receive medals with an insignia of the World Cup Trophy ; winners' gold , runners-up' silver , and third-place bronze.
In the edition , fourth-place medals were awarded to hosts South Korea. Before the tournament, medals were only awarded to the eleven players on the pitch at the end of the final and the third-place match.
In November , FIFA announced that all members of World Cup-winning squads between and were to be retroactively awarded winners' medals.
Since , winners of the competition are also awarded the right to wear the FIFA Champions Badge , up until the time at which the winner of the next competition is decided.
Since the second World Cup in , qualifying tournaments have been held to thin the field for the final tournament. For each tournament, FIFA decides the number of places awarded to each of the continental zones beforehand, generally based on the relative strength of the confederations' teams.
The qualification process can start as early as almost three years before the final tournament and last over a two-year period.
The formats of the qualification tournaments differ between confederations. Usually, one or two places are awarded to winners of intercontinental play-offs.
For example, the winner of the Oceanian zone and the fifth-placed team from the Asian zone entered a play-off for a spot in the World Cup.
This right was also granted to the defending champions between and , but was withdrawn from the FIFA World Cup onward, requiring the champions to qualify.
Brazil , winners in , were the first defending champions to play qualifying matches. The current final tournament has been used since and features 32 national teams competing over the course of a month in the host nation s.
There are two stages: the group stage followed by the knockout stage. In the group stage, teams compete within eight groups of four teams each.
Since , constraints have been applied to the draw to ensure that no group contains more than two European teams or more than one team from any other confederation.
Each group plays a round-robin tournament , in which each team is scheduled for three matches against other teams in the same group.
This means that a total of six matches are played within a group. The last round of matches of each group is scheduled at the same time to preserve fairness among all four teams.
Points are used to rank the teams within a group. Since , three points have been awarded for a win , one for a draw and none for a loss before, winners received two points.
However, of these combinations lead to ties between the second and third places. The players are then split on the basis of which console they prefer to play on: Xbox One or PS4.
There are 16 players on each system and from there, they will be split into equal groups of eight. Just as in a traditional football tournament, the top four from each group will qualify to the knockout stages.
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