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FIFA World Cup 2022 Revenue: FIFA breaks all RECORDS, world body book $7.5 billion in REVENUE from World CUP 2022: Follow LIVE

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FIFA World Cup 2022 Earnings – FIFA World CUP Earnings: Qatar vs Ecuador LIVE: FIFA President Gianni Infantino has made the bold proposal…

FIFA World Cup 2022 Earnings – FIFA World CUP Earnings: Qatar vs Ecuador LIVE: FIFA president Gianni Infantino has made the bold suggestion that five billion people will watch this year’s World Cup. The MEGA EVENT will see 64 matches played in eight stadiums over 28 days. Qatar has spent BILLIONS on staging the event. At the same time, the world football organization FIFA earns billions. According to FIFA, they have achieved a record revenue of US$7.5 billion in the four years of commercial deals linked to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. This has surpassed all previous records set by any sports organization: Follow FIFA World CUP 2022 LIVE Updates with Akashera.IN & Watch FIFA World Cup LIVE Streaming with Jio Cinema

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FIFA World Cup 2022 Revenue: FIFA Breaks All Commercial Records, World Cup Book $7.5 Billion World Cup 2022 REVENUE: Follow LIVE UPDATES

FIFA World Cup earnings: FIFA disclosed its earnings to officials from more than 200 of its members. That’s $1 billion more than the revenue from the previous commercial cycle tied to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The additional income was supported by commercial agreements with the World Cup host country. Qatar Energy joined as a top-tier sponsor, and new third-tier sponsors include Qatar bank QNB and telecom Srm Ooredoo.

FIFA also added second tier sponsorship deals this year from Snancial platform crypto.com and a blockchain provider – its first new US sponsor in more than a decade.

Key broadcast deals for this year’s World Cup were signed during Sepp Blatter’s presidency in two-tournament deals that included the Russia and Qatar tournaments. They included deals with Fo0 in the US and Qatari broadcaster BeIN Sports from 2011.

FIFA’s revenue will rise to around $2.5 billion despite the COVID-19 pandemic. FIFA was prepared to use this money to help members through uncertainty in 2020, when national team football and World Cup qualifiers were almost completely shut down.

Revenue is likely to approach $10 billion in the next four years thanks to a new financial strategy for women’s soccer and the expanded 2026 World Cup in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Separate sponsorship deals for women’s football are being signed for the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The men’s tournament in 2026 will have 48 teams instead of 32.

Football’s global governing body expects more than a million visitors to travel to Qatar, which is reported to have spent more than US$200 billion on staging the tournament, including around US$8 billion on infrastructure.

FIFA has an almost blank slate for the 2026 edition, with top sponsors Coca-Cola, Adidas and Wanda the only deals currently up for renewal.

Follow FIFA World CUP 2022 LIVE Updates with Akashera.IN & Watch FIFA World Cup LIVE Streaming with Jio Cinema

Check Out: FIFA WORLD CUP 2022/ FIFA WORLD CUP SCHEDULE/ FIFA WORLD CUP GROUPS/ FIFA World Cup Points Table/ FIFA World Cup Latest Updates

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