The heart-pounding World Cup football curtain rises in Qatar

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The heart-pounding World Cup football curtain rises in Qatar

Qatar has spent about 300 billion US dollars to prepare for the World Cup. In Bangladeshi currency which is about 30 lakh crores.
International Desk:
World Cup football. A heart wrenching word. Today, the curtain rises on the chest of the world cup. The FIFA World Cup, the highest event in world football, is going to start again after a systematic four-year gap. This Sunday (November 20) the curtain will rise of this 'The Greatest Show on Earth'. Qatar is the host country for the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup, which began in 1930. As there are discussions about Qatar hosting, there are also criticisms. But above all else, this giant of world football is playing on the field today.
Being the host country, Qatar can play directly in this World Cup. This is the first time this Middle Eastern country is participating in the World Cup. Italy was the last country to host a World Cup without ever having played before, in 1934. Which is the second World Cup in football history.
Only the first FIFA World Cup i.e. 1930 World Cup had all the World Cup matches in one city. It is going to happen again after 92 years. All World Cup matches will be held in Doha, Qatar. The only Khalifa International Stadium in Doha has been renovated and given a new look. The remaining 7 stadiums were newly constructed for the World Cup.
Qatar had no experience, no football history, no facilities as a host country for the World Cup. But soon after being announced as the host country in 2010, Qatar promised the whole world that it would surprise everyone by hosting the World Cup, changing the technology days. Qatar has tried a lot to keep that promise. In this year's World Cup, there are all eye-catching events starting from the eye-catching stadium.
In some cases, an entire city has been built to build a stadium. Metro services have been re-introduced in some cities only with the World Cup in mind. And this is why this World Cup is going to be the most expensive World Cup in the history of FIFA World Cup.
Qatar has spent about 300 billion US dollars to prepare for the World Cup. In Bangladeshi currency which is about 30 lakh crores. Which is the most in the last 8 World Cups. It would be wrong to say more, 22 times more money is being spent in this tournament than the last 2018 Russia tournament.
A total of 32 countries are participating in this year's World Cup. Countries are divided into 8 groups from A to H. The hosts Qatar and Ecuador will meet in the first match of the World Cup on November 20. There will be two matches on November 21. After that, there will be four matches every day in the group stage.
After the group stage matches, the knock-out stage matches will start from December 3. The winning teams from the round of 16 will play the quarter finals on December 9, 10 and 11. After that, the semi-final match will be held on December 14 and 15. The world will find this year's world champion after the final on December 18. With this, the curtain will come down on this year's FIFA World Cup.
But amid all the joy and excitement, there is bad news for many football fans. At the end of this World Cup, the football world will lose a bunch of star players. For many players, this is the last World Cup. This list is also quite long. But the famous names are Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, Luka Modric, Thomas Muller, Robert Lewandowski, Kevin De Bruyne and Karim Benzema.
But after this World Cup, there is no doubt that a new group of star footballers will be born in the football world. At the end of one generation a new generation will come. At least this is the hope that football fans can hope for.
This year's World Cup is the best not only in terms of organization but also in terms of prize money. Hearing the prize money of this year's World Cup champions will make anyone's eyes roll. This year's champion team will take home more than 404 crore rupees. The runner-up team will get around Tk 290 crore. Prize money is also available for every team that secures the last 16.
Each team that secures the last 16 will get a huge amount of prize money. In Bangladesh currency which is equal to about three thousand crore rupees. The four teams who left the quarter finals will return home with around 164 crore rupees. Besides, the third and fourth place teams will get 260 and 240 crores respectively.
It should be noted that at first this trophy was not named FIFA World Cup Trophy, the World Cup Trophy was named Jules Rimet Trophy in 1946 to honor the first FIFA President who organized the World Cup football tournament. The 1974 World Cup was then renamed the 'FIFA World Cup Trophy'.
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