Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 Revenue expected to surpass all previous records


FIFA World Cup 2022: The FIFA World Cup has broken all records. FIFA, the global governing body of football, reported that it achieved a record $7.5 billion in revenue from a four-year commercial deal until the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

FIFA World Cup broke all records

The FIFA World Cup disclosed its income to the authorities of more than 200 member countries. This is a billion dollars more than the revenue earned in the four-year cycle related to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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This extra income from business contracts

This additional income has come from commercial contracts with the host country of the FIFA World Cup. Qatar Energy is on board as the top-tier sponsor and third-tier sponsors include Qatari bank QNB and telecom company Ooredoo. The second tier sponsor financial company Crypto.com was also associated with FIFA this year.

(Source – PTI)



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