FIFA expects its revenue to exceed $7 billion

Doha: The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) expects its revenues to reach $7.5 billion during the four-year cycle leading up to the 2022 Qatar World Cup. These numbers were achieved mainly through commercial agreements , such as the deal it struck with “Badviser” that ended depriving it of the sale of beer that contains alcohol at stadiums at this week’s World Cup, as well as deals to sell TV broadcasting rights, according to the news agency British (BA Medium). World Cup day. And with higher revenues, political support is expected to increase for FIFA President Gianni Infantino, who is preparing to run for a third term as president during elections next year, as no one else is running for the post. FIFA sources said $5.4 billion of revenue will go towards covering football activities, including the program to support national associations, continental associations and other talent development programmes. The proceeds will also be used to cover losses from other tournaments organized by FIFA, such as the World Cup for clubyouth tournaments and the 2019 Women’s World Cup. (dpa)