FIFA released Qatar 2022 World Cup film called “Written in the Stars”

The FIFA presented “Written in the Stars”the official film of Qatar World Cup 2022, that offers unpublished images of the competition in which Argentina won the title against France on penalties (2-3/4-2) on December 18, 2022.

The documentary that can be seen in FIFA+ features narration by Welsh actor Michael Sheengreat football fan and reflects all the records set in the first World Cup in the Middle Eastfrom the 172 goals scored to the 5 billion people who interacted with the tournament.

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The FIFA recalled that 3.4 million spectators attended the matches, a citron that exceeds that of 400,000 Russia 2018in which the number of goals also exceeded the 171 of France 1998 and Brazil 2014.

“The documentary offers viewers never-before-seen footage and all the action from the matches, including new camera anglesas well as showcasing the huge global appeal of the tournament from the point of view of various fans around the globe,” FIFA said.

You can watch the movie here:

Colombia appears far in the FIFA women’s ranking

USA remains at the forefront of the women’s classification of the FIFAin which Spain retains the seventh position ahead of Netherlands and Brazil and in which Australiaorganizer of this year’s World Cup together with New Zealand, climb two places and enter the “Top ten”.

After the dispute of 122 matches since last December 9, 2022, with the celebration of the qualifying tournament for the World Cup, in addition to friendly matches and tournaments, the FIFA published this Friday the latest women’s ranking, with the improvement of Australia as the main novelty.

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“The Matildas” they won the Nations Cup, in which the Spanish team participated, which maintains its place in seventh place, Czech Republicwhich goes up one step (27) and Jamaicawhich also improves one position (43).

Japan, rival de spain in the next World Cup, he is in eleventh place, and Costa Rica and Zambiawho will also face Jorge Vilda’s team, are in 36 and 77, respectively.

Colombia (26), Argentina (28), Mexico (34), Chile (39) and Paraguay (48) are among the top 50 in a ranking with 188 teamsin which Cape Verde (133) and Saudi Arabia (171) appear for the first time.

This is how the top 10 of the FIFA women’s ranking are:

1 United States 2,091 points

2. Germany 2,068

3. Sweden 2,064

4. England 2055

5. France 2.021

6. Canada 2,001

7. Spain 1997

8. Netherlands 1,991

9. Brazil 1972

10. Australia 1.917