The World Cup has never been more relevant than it is right now.
And it’s not just about the big teams competing.
This year, the world’s best players are getting ready to compete in the biggest games of their lives, and the World Cups are one of the few things in sports where you can be sure to see them, in person.
And for some, the tournament is just another opportunity to go home.
The top players in the world have already chosen to leave Brazil, and they are choosing to do so in spectacular fashion.
Some are leaving in droves.
The tournament is one of three World Cups the world will host this year.
Others will be played in countries with low attendance, which makes it even more difficult for fans to attend.
Brazil is not the only nation on the brink of losing the World Championships.
The U.S. is on the cusp of losing its own tournament, the men’s final at the 2018 Olympics, and other countries have already announced that they won’t participate.
The stakes are high, and not just because of the games.
The sport of soccer is the most watched sport in the U.K., with the country’s top two clubs set to host the final.
But in other ways, the World Club Championships are shaping up to be the best of the year for soccer.
If the teams are good, they could give us a peek into the world of soccer.
There is no better way to kick off the summer than with the World Team Championships, which kick off on June 15 at the FIFA World Stadium in Zurich, Switzerland.
Here are the teams who will play the best soccer of the summer, and who are poised to put on a spectacular show.
Top: Portugal v.
The two sides have met in the past, and have a history of winning in the World.
This is the first meeting between the two teams in the finals, and Portugal has won four of the past five meetings between these two sides.
Bottom: Brazil v.
It will be difficult to say what the game will look like in this matchup, but Portugal will be playing with a sense of urgency and desperation, and France has an almost entirely different feel to it.
Both teams are trying to prove that they are a World Team, but this match will be much more about Portugal’s chances in qualifying than the other two.
Brazil (8 p.m.
ET, Fox Soccer, ESPN)