FIFA is planning for a 32-team tournament to be played every four years from 2025.
GENEVA (AP) — European soccer clubs sealed a new working agreement with FIFA on Monday after securing a 70% increase in their share of World Cup revenues for the 2026 and 2030 tournaments. The European Club Association said it renewed its working accord with FIFA through 2030, which also could lead to clubs having a say in managing commercial deals for the revamped Club World Cup that is scheduled to start in 2025. Part of the agreement, which missed a target to be signed in December at the Worl
Silva was sent off for his protests as referee Chris Kavanagh decided whether to award United a penalty for a handball on the line by Willian. Having pointed to the spot, Kavanagh dismissed Willian as well before issuing a third red card in a matter of seconds after he was grabbed by an angry Aleksandar Mitrovic.