What you need to know about the 2017 FIFA World Cup

When the 2018 World Cup starts on June 6, it’s going to be huge for soccer.

Not only will the tournament be the biggest soccer event in the world, but it will be the first time a soccer tournament has been held outside of the United States since it was held in the United Kingdom in 1994.

The United States, with a population of more than 1.8 billion, is the only country that has hosted the World Cup.

But that doesn’t mean there aren’t many questions that fans have about the tournament.

One of the most popular questions is: What is the best tournament in the US?

The US has the best history of hosting the World Cups, with six of the last nine hosting the event.

The previous record was set in 1998, when Mexico hosted the event in San Francisco.

But the United Soccer Federation has said it is considering adding Mexico to the list of qualifying nations in 2020.

What about the rest of the world?

Some of the best teams in the World are based in Europe, and there’s a good chance some of them will play in the tournament, too.

Here are a few things to know: FIFA has already decided that Germany, Brazil, and Spain will host the tournament in 2020, while Qatar will play.

FIFA will determine who qualifies for the tournament based on the number of qualified nations.

But other countries may also qualify for the competition.

Some countries, including Brazil, the United Arab Emirates, and Morocco, have qualified for the World Touring Car Championship and the African Cup of Nations.

This means they may qualify for 2018.

This will be a key tournament for the United states, since it will decide who qualifies as the first team to host the World Championships.