FIFA maintained its support to member associations still struggling with the effects of the pandemic – and continued to ensure the USD 1.5 billion pledged was funnelled effectively throughout the global game.
Six FIFA tournaments took place in 2021, including two that had been postponed in 2020. Four of them were able to welcome supporters, which brought colour and vigour back to the stands and reminded us all that football truly is for the fans.
Huge strides have been made towards achieving each of the 11 goals of The Vision 2020-2023 – which was first announced by FIFA President Gianni Infantino in 2020, on the fourth anniversary of his initial election.
Preparations continue for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023, as FIFA once again breaks new ground by taking the tournaments to place they have never been before.
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