FIFA is continuing its efforts to modernize the beautiful sport and improve the image of the World Cup Qatar. FIFA has been criticized for its admission that Qatar violates women's rights. The next event will be held from November 21 through December 21, and will see the world body headed by Gianni Infantino perform various newties that will stay.
We must make some adjustments to the performance in order to allow fans to get closer to the match and its protagonists. It plans to install cameras in locker rooms, which are normally closed to the public. FIFA wants to replicate the Qatar 2022 match between the American professional leagues. It's about the public being able see the coaches talking before and after games, or the moment when the players are ready to take off or return to the pitch.
He also wants to restore the mixed zones that were destroyed by the covid and to get players to be more open to talking to the media, particularly in their analyses at the end. This is a more realistic goal than FIFA's original plan to hold pre-match press conferences at Qatar National Convention Center. Despite the short distances involved in the World Cup, which are only about 70 km, this possibility would prove very difficult for national teams and their planning and training.