On November 20 it will start World Cup Qatar 202232 football teams from all over the world will participate.
In this context, Netflix will premiere the documentary FIFA revealedWhich deals with the issue of corruption surrounding the most popular sports in the world. The audiovisual production, which will arrive on the stage on November 9, in Just 11 days before the start of the World Cup, It shows how the world’s leading football association over the past few years has been embroiled in many corruption and controversy cases.
Some of the moments that the documentary will touch on are Bidding processes for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. On the other hand, the problems that some FIFA officials have been involved in will be addressed: In 2015, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted 14 senior football officials on a variety of charges that include bribery, extortion, fraud and money laundering..
Last year, the Department of Justice revealed for the first time that officials working directly for the Russia 2018 bid and Qatar 2022 bid had bribed FIFA officials in exchange for their votes.
FIFA 2022 standings: Who are the favorites to win the World Cup?
According to the latest ranking published by FIFA on October 6, Brazil is the top candidate to win the World Cup, while Belgium came in second and Argentina ranked third with 1,773.88 points.
FIFA Top Ten
- Brazil: 1841.3
- Belgium: 1816.71
- Argentina: 1773.88
- France: 1759.78
- England: 1728.47
- Italia: 1726.14
- Spain: 1715.22
- Holland: 1694.51
- Portugal: 1676.56
- Denmark: 1666.57