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FIFA Intensifies Push To Stage Men’s World Cup Every 2 Years

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Argentina's players celebrate at the end a qualifying soccer match for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, against Bolivia in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. Argentina won 3 -1. (Juan Roncoroni/Pool via AP)

(AP) — FIFA has intensified its push for hosting the men’s World Cup every two years by garnering support from soccer fans around the world to help combat resistance from Europe and South America. FIFA cites an online survey it commissioned in its the latest public relations tactic. The Associated Press does not routinely report the claims of opinion polls conducted over the internet. FIFA president Gianni Infantino believes staging more World Cups would raise opportunities, enthusiasm and talent development in most of the 211 member countries. European and South American soccer bodies oppose the proposal.

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