When the World Cup kicks off, a new world is at stake

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We can’t even start with the fact that FIFA will host a new edition of the World Cups in 2019 and 2022.

But this time it will be the new version, and not the old one.

I’m sure some of you are wondering what the World cup will be about, and if the new FIFA is up to the task of making it look like an old one with a new look and feel.

Well, you can expect a lot of new events in the first couple of weeks, including some of the most exciting football matches on earth. 

FIFA is a world organisation, and there is no way we could expect a new version of the tournament to look like something that has never existed before.

We could only hope that we’d be able to look forward to the best in football in 2019, as FIFA’s biggest sporting event since the World Wars.

But I think it’s safe to say that it will probably look a lot different than the current edition, as it’s all about new faces. 

As with any brand, there will be changes to the game and to the format of the games, so we’ll find out what the new format is.

I think FIFA has learnt a lot from the way it’s handled the World Championships and the Confederations Cup.

So far, they’ve managed to deliver a lot more than expected, and with the new edition, we could be in for some surprises. 

You can follow all the action live on ESPN FC.