They follow Messi: FIFA also packs his suitcases and disembarks in Miami

Since Lionel Messi moved all his talent to Miami, the eyes of the world are on what is happening with Inter Miami. Following in the footsteps of the Argentine captain who chose the city of Florida to face the final stretch of his career, where AFA also plans to build a training camp, now FIFA will also move to the coastal city.

Looking forward to the next World Cup 2026 of USA, Mexico and Canadathe highest entity in football decided to transfer part of its activities that it carries out in its mother house in Zurich (Swiss) since 1932, to begin preparing the event that brings together the best teams in the world.

In this case since FIFA They decided to move part of their legal department, which will naturally involve the transfer of more than a hundred employees, according to the Swiss news agency. ATS.

“Our new offices in Miami, which will be complete in August 2024, and Singapore join those in Paris and those dedicated to regional development around the world, although the FIFA headquarters remains in Zurich,” said a spokesperson for the FIFA. organization.

The new World Cup and the Club World Cup

Said transfer of the offices of the FIFA to Florida He has his reasons. First and foremost, the 2026 World Cup will expand to have 48 teams. USA will host the largest number of matches, with Mexico and Canada
as co-hosts. The president of the FIFA. Gianni InfantinoHe said last year in Qatar, where he moved to oversee preparations for the 2022 World Cup, that he hopes to spend more time in USA in the future.

The United States will also host a Club World Cup with 32 teams between June and July 2025. Real Madrid,
Manchester City and Chelsea have recently been classified by Europein addition to the Brazilian teams Flamengo and Palmeiras; and the Mexicans Lion and Monterey.


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