How many people will be in the stadium at the end of the World Cup in Brazil?
Today, the World Football League is taking the stage at a London Stadium, the same venue where the 2016 World Cup ended, to announce the opening of its new stadiums in two other countries.
Brazil will host the World Club Cup in 2018 and 2019, while South Africa hosts the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
The 2019 Africa World Cup is due to start in April, and the 2018 World Cup will be held in June.
It’s a move that has been criticised by many fans who want to see more stadiums, including the stadium in which the 2014 World Cup final was held, in their own country.
In an exclusive interview with TechRadars, West Ham United Supporters Trust head Chris Taylor said the move is not a solution, and it is not even a good one.
“The stadium is very well constructed, with lots of facilities to work with and facilities for the fans to enjoy, but what I would really like to see is more fans coming to watch the matches at home and that’s a bit of a compromise,” he said.
Taylor added that the stadiums in South Africa and Brazil were far too large for the game to be played at home.
“There’s no reason why you shouldn’t have a capacity of 30,000 for every game.
It’s certainly not going to happen,” he added.
West Ham United supporters will be able to attend the World Team game against Brazil at the new stadium from June 11 to July 4, 2019.