From Uruguay to Russia | Sports | Deshabhimani

The ball is rolling in Qatar for the 22nd edition of the World Football Festival. The first World Cup was held in Uruguay in 1930. They also won the title. It continued in 1934 and 1938. However, there was no ball in 1942 and 1946 due to the World Wars. It was returned in 1950. After that, the World Cup was held without a single interruption. And finally the Russians. France were the winners in Russia.

Brazil @5

Brazil has won the World Cup the most times. Five times. In 1958, the victory tour really began in Pele’s shoes. The Canaries repeated the feat in the 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002 editions.

831 players, 638 European clubs

Thirty two teams, with a total of 831 players. 638 of them come from European clubs. Even as the World Cup moved from Russia to Qatar, European dominance in football continued. Qatar and Saudi Arabia bring players from their own leagues. The rest of the teams have players from clubs in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Qatar has 112 players playing in Asian clubs. 76 stars in Latin America. The English Premier League contributed the most players. 158 people. The second is Spain (86) and the third is Germany (81). 71 players who play in the Italian league, who are not there for the World Cup, will tie their boots in Qatar. A total of 43 leagues are represented.

In terms of clubs, Barcelona is in the lead. Barca have 17 players for the World Cup. Qatar Club Al Saad (16), Bayern Munich (16) and Manchester City (16) are right behind. With the exception of Iran, all other teams have 26 members. 25 people in the Asian team.

Sport 18 on M TV channels

Watch World Football live on Mamangam Sports channel 18. M TV also has the game. Apart from TV, you can enjoy the World Cup online on Woot Select and Jio Cinema. You have to pay to watch the game on Woot Select. However, Jio Cinema service is free. Reliance-led Viacom 18 Media holds the broadcast rights in India. The description is available in English, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Bengali languages.

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