AUSTRALIA is likely to miss out on a chance to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Australia in 2019, with the host nation’s Cup Bermuda also being dropped.
Key points:The 2018 World Cup was originally scheduled to take place in 2019.
Now the Bermudas World Cup is expected to be scrapped in 2019The Confederations Cup in Russia was originally slated to take part in 2019However, it was pulled from the 2019 schedule due to a global Ebola outbreakThe Confederates Cup in 2019 was initially scheduled to play in the country’s capital, Rio de Janeiro, in 2019 but the host city was forced to cancel the event after a global outbreak of the coronavirus hit the region.
It is thought that this will be the final time the tournament will be played in the Australian capital, with a 2018 World Rugby World Cup final planned for 2019.
However, the Confederations cup in 2019 is expected, along with the 2018 World cup, to be played later in 2019 in the South American country.
Bermuda has been the only country to host a World Cup since the tournament began in 1948.
Its tournament was cancelled in 2019 due to the global Ebola epidemic that hit Brazil.
The Confederas Cup was initially planned to take a place in 2018 but was forced off the schedule due a global pandemic.
However in February 2019 the World Rugby Rugby World Championship was moved to New York, the host of the 2019 event.
It has been announced that the Confederas cup will be scrapped and replaced with a World Rugby tournament, which is scheduled to be held in 2019 at the World Cup’s headquarters in Dublin, Ireland.
The World Rugby Cup will be held at the same venue that hosts the 2018 tournament.
The South American nation was forced into the process of cancelling the 2019 World Cup after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared it a public health emergency.
In September, the World Federation of Football Associations (WFAF) voted unanimously in favour of scrapping the 2018 and 2019 Confederations Cups in Brazil and Argentina.
The decision was based on the recommendation of WHO, who recommended scrapping both events due to concerns about the virus.
The 2018 Confederations World Cup had been scheduled to go ahead, but was scrapped in November 2019 due the global pandemics that hit the regions.
Brazil was the host country for the 2019 Confederas World Cups in 2018 and 2020.
The 2019 Confederates World Cup will take place on the same date as the 2018 event in 2019 and the 2022 tournament will take the place of the 2022 World Cup.
The 2022 World cup will take its place on February 28, 2026, the same day as the 2022 Confederations tournament.