The 2017 World Cups are about to get underway in Brazil and Russia.
But what happens when a team from the country with the most points in the world isn’t there?
And how can a team that finished last year in second place qualify for the tournament?CBC News explores these questions and more.
Listen to the full podcast below:With its home in Brazil, Brazil, the nation’s capital, is one of the biggest soccer markets in the World.
But there are also other reasons why this nation is the place for this tournament.
Here are some of the major reasons:The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be played in the capital of Brazil, Brasilia.
There are already plans for the 2019 FIFA World Youth Championships to be held there, and many of the soccer fans who will be watching the games will be from Brazil.
And while many soccer fans may not be familiar with the city, the city is one that has long been home to soccer in the form of football leagues.
It is also home to many famous athletes who play the game.
In the 1930s and 1940s, Brazil hosted the World Cup.
Its teams are all famous for their footballing achievements, but also for their cultural influence and for the country’s economic success.
The history of soccer in Brazil dates back to the country being the home of football, football clubs and football academies.
Soccer was a part of Brazilian culture for more than a century, and it was a passion for many Brazilians.
And it was during this time that the sport was seen as something that could bring out the best in people.
This past weekend, the country was once again represented by its national team.
The nation’s fans showed their support for the nation by wearing jerseys with the Brazil crest on them, but they also made sure to be aware of the sport’s heritage.
As the world’s attention turns to Brazil, a number of events are expected to take place around the country.
Some of them include a new exhibition in Brasilia, a concert in Sao Paulo and a football tournament in Rio de Janeiro.
There’s also the possibility of an international match between Brazil and France, but there is no information yet on the schedule.