FourFourSeconds World Cup is here, and the tournament will see the World Cup go through the usual twists and turns with the most recent edition taking place in the United Arab Emirates.
With the tournament currently on track to be played in Qatar in December, many of the main contenders for the crown of the greatest sporting event in the world are already at the tournament and all four finalists have been confirmed to play for their respective national teams.
It will also be the first time that the world’s most successful women’s team will be able to represent their country in a World Cup.
There will be five groups, with Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, and Italy competing in Group B while Brazil will play against Colombia in Group C, Germany in Group D, and Uruguay in Group E.
With a record number of teams, and plenty of big names, the competition will be a high-octane affair with plenty of action on the pitch.
Below you can find all the news and analysis from the World Cups 2017 in the news section.
The first four teams into the tournament were announced ahead of the final, with Argentina set to host in the first group and Chile in the second.
Argentina is expected to go through with the qualification process for the knockout stages of the tournament.
With Argentina expected to make it through the group stage of the World Series, and Chile going through the round of 16, there is a strong possibility of Brazil making it through to the finals.
The other three teams, however, will have to overcome a group of four teams that could include England, Chile and Portugal, with Spain, Argentina and Russia set to play each other in the last round.
If Brazil are to make the knockout stage of World Cups, it will have a very difficult task.
The likes of Germany, Italy, England, and France are all formidable rivals to them, with the likes of Spain, England and Brazil all playing each other at the World Championships.
If France make it to the last 16 of the group stages, then it will be difficult for them to avoid playing Brazil.
The last time Brazil lost in the final of the Women’s World Cup was in 1966, when they fell to Argentina in the semi-finals.
However, the women’s side has not been to a World Championships since then, and this time they will have an easier task to face Argentina than they did back then.
Brazil have not been very good at home this World Series though, as they lost to Argentina, Argentina, and Australia in the knockout rounds.
That loss in the quarter-finals was followed by a disappointing result against Italy in the semis.
Brazil did lose to Argentina twice in the group phase of the last World Series in 2010, but lost in all three games of the semifinal.
Brazil did not have a great season for the most part, and did not even make it into the quarter final of World Cup 2018.
However with the exception of a 4-0 loss to Spain in the Round of 16 which was the first defeat Brazil had suffered in a knockout stage, Brazil were never able to win a World Series.