The World Cup’s construction, which started in 2010, has been plagued by delays in the completion of some sections, with several stadiums now failing to reach their target.
The latest news, as reported by AFP news agency, suggests that the 2022 World Cup will be delayed until at least 2019 to avoid a repeat of Brazil’s humiliating defeat in the 2016 tournament.
The 2022 World Cups host sites were already in danger of collapsing in the winter months due to poor snow cover.
As a result, the World Cups have been held in some of the most remote places on earth.
The first two World Cups were held in Argentina and Chile, and it is not clear if the 2022 matches will be held at either venue.
The South American countries have a combined population of over 3.2 billion people.
The World Cups are being held under a system of “no maintenance deck”, meaning that only certain sections of the stadiums are being repaired.
The system is being implemented in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
The “no-maintenance deck” was originally created in 2011 by the International Olympic Committee to reduce the number of stadiums to one for the World Championships.
However, in recent years the IOC has taken steps to limit the number and use of such “maintenance decks”.
For example, in 2017 the World Athletics Federation (FIA) adopted a “no maintenance deck”, but the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has not followed suit.
The IAAF has since changed its stance and has proposed that all international sporting events be held in one location.
As the number has grown, the number to host each event has also increased.
The IOC, however, has insisted that all sporting events are to be held “in a way that is safe and secure, and without undue risk to spectators and other participants”.
The 2022 games are set to take place at the Estadio do Maracanã, the home of the Copa Sudamericana.
The venue was built in 1992 and was the home to the 1994 World Cup final.
This was the last major event to be staged at the venue before it was demolished.
The final was held at the stadium on June 10, 2019.
The stadiums in the World Stadiums Group are in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro, Argentina’s Santa Cruz, Paraguayan city of Bariloche, Uruguay’s La Paz, and Argentina’s Guarulhos.
In December, FIFA approved the construction of a new stadium for the 2022 tournaments.
However it has since been revealed that the construction work has been delayed and that there will be no new venues in the next few months.
According to the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC), the stadium will not be ready until 2022.
The stadium was originally scheduled to be built in 2019, but construction delays have meant that it will only be ready in 2022.
FIFA’s governing body also announced in December that the World Football Confederation (WFC) would not be involved in construction.
The next World Cup in Russia, which will be staged in 2018, will also not be staged there.