Former player Diego Maradona during the World Cup opener between Russia and Saudi Arabia at Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia, on Thursday. The event will also serve as a new and sustainable blueprint that can be used for future FIFA World Cups.
Group H is considered to be the most unpredictable.
"We will take all the possible time to see if there is a clear red card", said Busacca, who was a 2010 World Cup referee.
Will the three co-hosts stage a Confederations Cup in advance of the World Cup?
Even if Trump were to be elected for a second four-year term in 2020 he would not be in office when the World Cup kicks off in 2026. However, the New York Times has reported that United bid officials have letters from the USA president saying all teams that qualify - and their fans - will be able to enter the country.
The chance to co-host the 2026 World Cup is an opportunity to put Canada on the world stage, politicians said Wednesday after soccer's worldwide governing body voted in favour of a joint North American bid for the event. Both the United States and Canada failed to qualify for this year's World Cup.
"Why should we be supporting these countries when they don't support us (including at the United Nations)?" he tweeted.
The U.S. may have hoped for a vote from North Korea after the rapprochement between the nations during an extraordinary summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. Of the 211 Fifa member nations, 200 cast a vote at the 68th Fifa Congress in Moscow on Wednesday, with the winning bid needing a majority of 104. Cordeiro also thanked the FIFA-member associations who supported the North American bid.
The United States was able to celebrate a World Cup victory in Russian Federation after all. "We sat there for eight hours in Houston and walked through each portion of our bid hour after hour, so I'm sure we'll do that again", Nelson says. But FIFA President Gianni Infantino suggested the split of games could change.
The FA was among the first to congratulate the US' joint bid with Mexico and Canada.
"FIFA's decision recognizes the three countries and, of course, is a vote of confidence for the ability to organize, the quality of infrastructure and the services that Mexico offers", current Mexico president Enrique Pena Nieto said in a statement Wednesday morning.