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The game of football in Europe has been in a state of flux since the World Cup in Brazil in 2014, but the first major tournament in many years was held in the United States in 2018.

This summer saw a series of major tournaments, including the European Championship, the Confederations Cup and the Olympics.

These events all had significant media coverage and fans were excited to see what was in store.

In 2016, the games took place in Brazil, but due to the logistical problems and logistical difficulties, it was not possible to take the tournament to the USA.

Therefore, the tournament was rescheduled for next summer, with the goal of hosting a tournament in 2020.

However, the scheduling was delayed due to a lack of time, with it only being possible to host the 2018 edition in October and 2019 in December.

With the 2022 FIFA World Cup taking place later, this year’s tournament had to be postponed due to scheduling issues.

The schedule has now been reschedulated for 2018, and the first two games were played in the USA, with two games in Brazil and one in France. 

After two months of deliberation, the schedule was agreed between FIFA and UEFA in June, and FIFA confirmed on July 12 that the two games will now take place in the summer months.

This was a great result for FIFA, as it is the first time the tournament has been played in summer, which will make the tournament a great way to introduce new fans to the sport, as the tournament is played in winter months.

The players will also benefit from the new conditions, as they will be able to take part in warm-weather competitions.

However in an interesting twist, the decision to play the tournament in France was not made because of logistical reasons, but because of political ones.

While the 2022 World Cup was played in England, France is not an EU member state, meaning the event is also not subject to UEFA regulations.

FIFA therefore had to choose between the two events, and decided to play in France, as UEFA did not want to lose its status as a world governing body.

In order to keep its status in the European Union, France had to agree to the event in 2021, but this was only a condition for the 2019 World Cup.

This meant that if the tournament did not take place, then it would not be able, under UEFA regulations, to host an international football tournament in Europe. 

While the French players will be excited about the new tournament, there will be a certain degree of nervousness among the players due to this decision. 

It will be very interesting to see how the two sides come to an agreement, as a result of which we will see who has the best chance of getting the tournament. 

This article was written by Luka Pascale (L) and Roberto D’Andrea (R)