Photo Credit: Benefoot.net The tournament happening in Russia is near and looking good for Hector Moreno who just turned 30 this year. As a player who has been appearing in last two world cup finals there’s a strong chance that they’ll be coming back again at it and still dreaming together with his long-standing colleagues […]Continue Reading
Photo Credit: Express.CO.UK Younger players has less experience so it might be hard for a team with young player to rule the tournament. But in the view of Gary Lineker that England must be giving the youngsters to have experience and showcase their talents throughout the tournament. According to Gary “If I was Gareth Southgate […]Continue Reading
FIFA and Adidas partnership has long been written in history. Clearly the relationship between the giant names is an integral part in leveraging athletes’ major boot, ball, and apparel necessities.
Adidas has been the official supplier of match ball for all FIFA World Cups. The brand designers and developers aim to devise the perfect ball by combining innovative technology and unique design to make the official match ball as the icon of every World Cup.
FIFA unveils Qatar Airways among its official Partners
As the World Cup 2018 in Russia fast approaches, FIFA announces Qatar Airways as one of its official event partners.
The partnership builds on the global airline’s ongoing support for major sporting events from across the globe. The award-winning airline will also support FIFA Club World Cup, FIFA Women’s World Cup, and above all the highly anticipated 2022 FIFA World Cup that is bound to take place in Qatar.
The Football Association has clearly made no intentions to change plans for England’s presence in the summer’s World Cup despite calls to consider a boycott.
Former spy, Sergei Skripal along with his daughter was poisoned by a military grade nerve agent (Novichok) that is said to have been developed by Russia.