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Algorand becomes first US blockchain sponsor of FIFA World Cup

Blockchain network Algorand (ALGO) has partnered with FIFA inking a sponsorship and technical partner deal as the network becomes the soccer association’s first official blockchain platform. The deal announced on Monday, May 2 will also see Algorand become a regional supporter in North America and Europe for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar in November and December. BREAKING: @FIFAcom has announced #Algorand will become the official blockchain of FIFA, empowering the global football community with cutting-edge, sustainable technology. Read more https://t.co/LTTUqGNLNA @FIFAWorldCup #FIFAWorldCup pic.twitter.com/LuEFTY3WK6 — Algorand (@Algorand) May 2, 2022 Algorand will also be an official sponsor of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in 2023. The proof-of-s...

FIFA+: You Can Now Watch Over 2000 Hours of FIFA Games Free

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Russia-Ukraine latest: Brazilian footballers could be loaned out from Ukrainian clubs

Due to the war in Ukraine, the domestic championship has been suspended with many of the Brazilian players completely free Due to the war in Ukraine, the local championship is suspended until further notice. Brazilian clubs would like to “take advantage” of this and plan to repatriate their many compatriots present in the war-torn country. The world of football can be terribly cynical, with loads of examples to prove this statement. The war in Ukraine may well offer us a new example. While the local championship has been suspended since the start of the Russian invasion until further notice, many stars find themselves unable to exercise their profession on a daily basis. And that has given some ideas to some teams who need some reinforcements. Brazilian clubs, for which the transfer window...

Russia-Ukraine latest: Brazilian footballers could be loaned out from Ukrainian clubs

Due to the war in Ukraine, the domestic championship has been suspended with many of the Brazilian players completely free Due to the war in Ukraine, the local championship is suspended until further notice. Brazilian clubs would like to “take advantage” of this and plan to repatriate their many compatriots present in the war-torn country. The world of football can be terribly cynical, with loads of examples to prove this statement. The war in Ukraine may well offer us a new example. While the local championship has been suspended since the start of the Russian invasion until further notice, many stars find themselves unable to exercise their profession on a daily basis. And that has given some ideas to some teams who need some reinforcements. Brazilian clubs, for which the transfer window...

Why There Won’t Be a Call of Duty Game Coming Out Next Year

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Could FIFA 2022 Be The Last FIFA Game?

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RL Grime, DJ Snake, Swedish House Mafia, More Feature in FIFA 22’s Huge Soundtrack: Listen

FIFA has just raised the bar for video game soundtracks. Gamers and soccer fanatics alike are counting down the days until the next entry in the FIFA series drops. Next month, EA Sports will release FIFA 22, the latest soccer simulator in the top-selling game franchise. In an effort to pump up fans for the thousands of hours of gameplay that await them, the soundtracks for both the traditional FIFA and VOLTA FOOTBALL have been shared.  It’s very clear that developers spared no expense when it came to curating their latest game. The upcoming release features 122 songs that represent 27 different countries. Those who frequent EDM.com will be thrilled to hear that like last year’s soundtrack, the songs selected for FIFA 22 are quite electronic-oriented. The soundtra...

Mexico coach: Victory vs Nigeria good test ahead Concacaf Gold Cup

Gerardo Martino, Technical Director of the Mexican national team, has described the win against the home-based Eagles as a good test for his side ahead of this year’s Concacaf Gold Cup. A brace from Atletico Madrid midfielder Hector Herrera and a goal each from Jonathan Dos Santos, former Barcelona forward and Rogelio Funes Mori, earned Mexico a comfortable 4-0 win in Los Angeles, USA, in the early hours of Sunday. Speaking at a virtual press conference, the former Barcelona coach said: “It always gives peace of mind, especially since we are on the eve of a very important tournament for us. “Recovering feelings of the game and scoring goals, gives a greater margin of tranquility, this is a friendly match, it has been a good test and a good way to introduce ourselves into what is to come.” ...

Imama Amapakabo: Why Andre Onana should consider Arsenal move

Andre Onana leaving Ajax and joining Arsenal would be “a good move” for the Cameroon international, according to former Nigeria U23 coach Imama Amapakabo. The Gunners have held discussions with the 25-year-old’s representatives, albeit, they have yet to decide whether they will step up their chase of the goalkeeper. Arsenal was on the lookout for a keeper following the departure of Emiliano Martinez in September 2020 and the underwhelming form of summer recruit Alex Runarsson. Despite technical director Edu and Mikel Arteta being big admirers of Onana, financial issues prevented the North London outfit from making a firm offer, instead they opted to sign Mat Ryan on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion. Amapakabo – who was a goalkeeper during his active career – and was part of the Nigeria...

CAF president launches pan-African inter-school championship with own $10 million

The South African billionaire and president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Patrice Motsepe, on Tuesday in Abidjan announced that he will personally finance the pan-African inter-school football championship, which will be launched “between 2022 and 2023”, in collaboration with FIFA. The donation will amount to US$ 10 million and will come from the foundation that bears his name. On a visit to Côte d’Ivoire, the CAF president recalled that the future competition will concern boys and girls aged between 12 to 14 years and will take place “first at national level via national associations, then at zonal level with the organization of six regional tournaments which will serve as qualifying rounds for the final tournament”, according to CAF’s governing body. Initially, pilot na...

FIFA supremo urges restraint in punishing Super League clubs

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he is not in favour of sanctions against the 12 clubs that tried to launch a European Super League, preferring “dialogue” on football reform. The plan to create a closed competition was “unacceptable” and “unimaginable”, the world football boss told French sports daily L’Equipe in an interview published on Wednesday. “Certain actions should have consequences, and everyone must assume their responsibilities,” said Infantino, who has publically joined the opposition to the project. “But you always have to be careful when you talk about sanctions. “It’s said quickly that you have to punish. It’s even popular — or populist — sometimes. “By punishing a club, for example, you are also punishing players, coaches and fans, who have nothing to do with it.” He sa...

FIFA chief to break silence as Super League plunges Europe into crisis

FIFA president Gianni Infantino is expected to deliver his verdict on the European Super League on Tuesday after the widely condemned breakaway competition triggered threats of legal action and punitive measures. European body UEFA will look to support from the world football chief at its congress in Switzerland as it attempts to quash an initiative that threatens its prized Champions League and the health of domestic competitions such as England’s Premier League. Twelve powerful clubs – six from England, and three each from Spain and Italy – have signed up for the Super League, which offers guaranteed spots for its founding members and billions of dollars in payments. Currently, clubs have to qualify for the Champions League each year through their national competitions, and face a length...

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