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Beer has long been a fixture at the tournament, but Qatar's alcohol policy has forced fans to find other ways to enjoy drinks at the event.
The Saudi Arabian defender was injured during an opening clash of the FIFA World Cup with Argentina, with posts sharing a scan of his face showing the damage.
The "Succession" star weighed in on the controversy during Tuesday's episode of "Piers Morgan Uncensored."
The men's soccer World Cup taking place in Qatar has been a controversial topic as the country still deems homosexuality to be illegal.
Budweiser teased the party by tweeting a photo of a vast amount of beer stuck in a warehouse after Qatar restricted the sale of alcohol during the World Cup.
Major General Aharon Haliva reportedly said that the "only thing" stopping Iran from a disruption was concern over how host country Qatar might respond.
The host of "Last Week Tonight" addressed allegations that Qatar bribed FIFA in order to be awarded the World Cup.
Two time World Cup winner Alex Morgan shares her tips for the men's soccer team in this exclusive Newsweek essay.
Gianni Infantino said that Europeans should be "apologizing for next 3,000 years before starting to give moral lessons to people."
Amnesty International told Newsweek that soccer will be "tarnished" by the "abuse and exploitation" of migrant workers in Qatar before the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Qatar has made a U-turn on a decision to sell alcohol at stadiums during the FIFA World Cup and now fans can only buy beer at fan zones and in bars.
The co-founder of the fans group, Three Lions Pride, called Beckham's ambassador role "disappointing."
Amnesty International accused FIFA of "sweeping under the carpet" Qatar's human rights record ahead of the World Cup.
"FIFA's claims of a carbon-neutral event are highly misleading," said an official with the environmental group.
Stonewall has claimed LGBTQ+ people will be in a dangerous position if they travel to the World Cup in Qatar to support their respective nations
The FIFA World Cup 2022 will feature 32 teams from across the globe with Qatar qualifying as hosts and France heading to the Middle East to defend the trophy.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar is approaching fast and there are a number of factors that fans need to consider over and above their tickets and accommodation.
The FIFA World Cup 2026 hosts have been decided and the cities welcoming international soccer teams from around the world have been announced.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 kicks off in Qatar on November 20 at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor. There have been eight stadiums built for the soccer spectacular.
World soccer governing body FIFA announced 16 host cities for 2026 World Cup on Thursday, including 11 cities in the U.S., three in Mexico and two in Canada.
As the boos played out, viewers took to social media on Saturday with a variety of reactions.
Although its existence has not yet been confirmed by EA, a number of rumors and leaks are beginning to circulate about "FIFA 23". Here is all you need to know.
In addition to the video games, both FIFA and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) have condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The fencing team refused to face off against their Russian opponents after Vladimir Putin ordered an invasion of Ukraine.
"Russian football teams have nothing to do with what is happening. FIFA is being hypocritical," wrote a Twitter user.
The announcement from FIFA and UEFA means Russia will likely miss the 2022 World Cup, and the women's national team will miss the UEFA Women's Euros tournament.
"We need to find ways to include the whole world to give hope to Africans," FIFA president Gianni Infantino said.