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What is the 220 World Cup 2012?

2012 ICC World Twenty20 For the women’s tournament taking place at the same time, see, 2012 ICC World Twenty20 Dates18 September – 7 October 2012 Administrator(s)Cricket formatTournament format(s) and Host(s)Sri LankaChampions (1st title)Runners-up Participants12Matches27Attendance643,867 (23,847 per match)Player of the series Most runs Shane Watson (249)Most wickets (15)Official website ← → The 2012 ICC World Twenty20 was the fourth competition, an international tournament that took place in from 18 September to 7 October 2012 which was won by the,

  • This was the first World Twenty20 tournament held in an Asian country, the last three having been held in South Africa, England and the,
  • Sri Lankan pacer had been chosen as the event ambassador of the tournament by ICC.
  • The format had four groups of three teams in a preliminary round.
  • Match fixtures were announced on 21 September 2011 by ICC.

On the same date, the also unveiled the logo of the tournament, named “Modern Spin”.

How is NRR calculated in ICC T20?

How does the NRR work? – In a tournament, the Net Run Rate is derived by taking the average runs per over scored by that team in each game and subtracting the average runs per over scored against them in each game. Even if a team is bowled out inside 20 overs, while calculating NRR, it is considered that the team has played its full quota of overs.

Is this the 100th World Cup?

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How did Qatar spend 220 billion on World Cup?

T he men’s soccer world championship ended in Qatar on Dec.18 with one of the most thrilling finals in the league’s 92-year history. It was a night of heart-stopping drama that went into overtime, and then some, ultimately ending with the coronation of Argentina as world champions.

  • For Qatar, a gas-rich gulf nation with big ambitions and little in the way of a soccer tradition, it was a star-studded coming out party, marking its entry on the world stage by showing off its political and sporting event prowess.
  • Qatar spent some $220 billion over 12 years getting ready to host the championships, shelling out $6.5 billion to build seven of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the world, and to renovate another.

An untold number of migrant laborers imported to do the work died in the process. But as the athletes pack up their trophies and the last of the fans trickle home, what happens to the stadiums now that the party is over? Giant sporting events are often memorialized by the white elephants they leave behind, massive stadiums that cost hundreds of millions in construction, require millions more in annual maintenance, and are rarely—if ever—used again to their full capacity.

Cape Town’s 2010 World Cup stadium has become a cherished local landmark, but the occasional concert and $4-a-person tours are not enough to fund its constant repairs. Eight of the 12 stadiums built for Russia’s 2018 World Cup, spread across a country with a population of 143 million spanning 11 time zones, are faring a bit better by hosting local soccer teams and sporting events, but none of them are likely to recoup the cost of investment.

The smallest country to host the World Cup since Switzerland in 1954, Qatar now has a surplus of very expensive stadiums on its hands. The country’s compact size—the farthest distance between two stadiums is 34 miles (55 km)—was a boon for super fans eager to pack more than one game in a day, but now that the fans have all gone, it seems like overkill.

Did Brazil win two World Cups?

Most FIFA World Cup wins: Know the most successful football nations The first football FIFA World Cup for men was held in 1930 while the women’s tournament debuted in 1991. (2002 Getty Images) The FIFA World Cup is the most prestigious competition in world, with the best national teams from across the globe competing for the honour every four years. Initially, only men’s teams competed at the quadrennial showpiece. The women’s FIFA World Cup was introduced in 1991. Uruguay won the first World Cup held in 1930, beating Argentina 4-2 in the final. (Getty Images) The men’s Brazil football team has the most FIFA World Cup wins, Brazil have lifted the World Cup a record five times – 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. They are also the only team to compete in all 21 editions.

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Nicknamed ‘ La Selecao ‘, Brazil are also the most successful men’s team in the World Cup in terms of matches played (109), matches won (73) and goals scored (229). When Brazil won the title for the first time in 1958, legendary striker Pele came to the fore. He scored six goals in that edition, including two in the final against Sweden.

During his illustrious career, Pele went on to win three FIFA World Cups – 1958, 1962 and 1970 – and remains the only player to achieve this feat to date. Brazilian legend Pele is the only player to win the FIFA World Cup three times. (Getty Images) Hot on the heels of Brazil in the list of most FIFA World Cup wins are Germany and Italy, winning the trophy four times each. While Germany won it in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014, Italy were the champions in 1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006.

Germany’s run in the World Cup can be divided into three periods, Germany pre World War II, West Germany and the present-day reunified Germany. However, all three are considered one nation in the record books. The European giants have also finished among the top three a record 12 times, including four second-place finishes.

Former German striker Miroslav Klose holds the record for the most number of goals scored at the FIFA World Cup, netting 16 goals across four editions. Germany players celebrate their first World Cup triumph in 1954. (1954 Getty Images)

  • Italy, meanwhile, lifted the World Cup on their debut in 1934 and successfully defended it in 1938, becoming the first team to win back-to-back titles.
  • Despite being one of the most successful teams, Italy failed to qualify for the FIFA World Cups in 2018 and 2022.
  • The other nations to win the FIFA World Cup more than once are Argentina (3), France (2) and Uruguay (2).

While Argentina triumphed in 1978, 1986 and 2022, Uruguay were victorious in 1930 and 1950. France won it in 1998 and 2018.

  1. The Netherlands have reached the final thrice – 1974, 1978 and 2010 – but are yet to add their name to the World Cup winner’s list.
  2. Only teams from Europe and South America have won the men’s FIFA World Cup.
  3. In the women’s FIFA World Cup, the USA are the most successful nation, winning the title four times in eight editions and have never finished outside the top three.

The USA women’s football team won the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1991, 1999, 2015 and 2019. They have also scored the most number of goals (138) at the global showpiece.

How to increase NRR in T20?

How Do We Calculate the NRR if There’s a Rain Interruption and the DLS Method Applies? – In such cases, we must use the par score to calculate the run rate rather than the actual score. For instance, say a team has scored 160 in 20 overs before rain intervenes and the umpires reduce the match to 15 overs with a revised target of 121 for the chasing team.

  1. Then, for the purpose of calculating NRR, we must assume that the team batting first has scored 120 in 15 overs rather than 160 in 20.
  2. This is done to ensure that the winning team has a higher NRR than the loser.
  3. For example, a team has scored 150 in 20 overs, and the match is called off when the other team has scored 68/1 in 6 overs.

If the par score for 1 wicket after 6 overs is considered 60. Then the team batting second is deemed to have won by 8 runs. Thus, the winning team will have a higher NRR than the loser (68-60/6 = 8/6 = 1.33). In the above case, the par score is considered 70 after 6 overs.

What is the net run rate rule in t20 World Cup?

ABOUT COOKIES Net Run Rate (NRR) has become the preferred method of breaking ties in multi-team one-day international tournaments. It is often misunderstood, but really quite simple to understand. A team’s net run rate is calculated by deducting from the average runs per over scored by that team throughout the competition, the average runs per over scored against that team throughout the competition.

In the event of a team being all out in less than its full quota of overs, the calculation of its net run rate shall be based on the full quota of overs to which it would have been entitled and not on the number of overs in which the team was dismissed. Only those matches where results are achieved will count for the purpose of net run rate calculations.

Where a match is abandoned, but a result is achieved under Duckworth/Lewis, for net run rate purposes Team 1 will be accredited with Team 2’s Par Score on abandonment off the same number of overs faced by Team 2. Where a match is concluded but with Duckworth/Lewis having been applied at an earlier point in the match, Team 1 will be accredited with 1 run less than the final Target Score for Team 2 off the total number of overs allocated to Team 2 to reach the target.

  • Let’s take as an example South Africa’s net run-rate in the 1999 World Cup.
  • South Africa’s listing in the Group A points table published in the group stages was as follows: P W L NR T Pts Net-RR For Aga South Africa 3 3 – – – 6 +1.495 678/147.2 466/150 The columns we are looking at here are the last three: “Net-RR”, “For” and “Aga”.

The figure in the “Net-RR” column is achieved by subtracting the answer of the division in the “Aga” column from the answer to the division in the “For” column. To use this example:

Whose strike rate is highest?

Glenn Maxwell – The player with the highest strike rate in ODI cricket in this aspect is Glenn Maxwell. The Australian all-rounder boasts of a strike rate of 124.98 in his career after playing 127 ODIs. He has amassed 3482 runs at an average of 34.13 with two centuries and 23 fifties to his name.

What is Sachin strike rate?

Virat Kohli vs Sachin Tendulkar overall international records

Player Matches Strike rate
Virat Kohli 503 78.97
Sachin Tendulkar 664 79.94

Which batsman has highest strike rate in T20I?

Records for T20 Matches

Player Span SR
Taranjeet Singh 2021-2023 171.21
Saber Zakhil 2019-2023 170.04

Is World Cup 100 gold?

The trophy is hollow and made of 18 carat gold, meaning that in most respects the World Cup is not solid gold. It does however contain a lot of gold, and would be incredibly valuable based on gold content alone.

Will FIFA ever be held in India?

In October the president of FIFA Gianni Infantino met Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the possibility of India hosting a FIFA World Cup, and when it could be done. However, India still has a long way to go before it can play host. The country needs to update its stadium infrastructure to create a few more high-calibre venues that are capable of passing FIFA’s strict tests.

Who will win 2026 World Cup?

France are 9/2 favourites to win the 2026 World Cup, which is being staged in the United States, Mexico and Canada F rance are the early 9/2 favourites to win the 2026 World Cup. Didier Deschamps’ side were crowned world champions in 2018 but lost the 2022 final on penalties to a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina. For the latest Rugby World Cup 2023 winner odds – visit our dedicated page here

How much did Russia World Cup cost?

By Adam Lyjak With the 2022 World Cup officially underway in Qatar, people all around the world are flocking to the stadiums and to their TVs to watch their countries play soccer on the biggest stage. Statistically the largest sporting event in the world with a predicted average of 5 billion spectators expecting to tune in to this year’s tournament, it’s no secret that the World Cup requires ample planning to entice the globe’s viewership.

With the tournament only taking place every four years, host nations are required to be adequately prepared both financially and with infrastructure. From building venues and residences to preparing the teams and players, the hosts need to be dedicated to working hard to support the mass inflow of tourists flying in to watch the tournament.

With so much riding on the tournament’s success, how exactly does the money get efficiently allocated, and which people are behind these decisions for the 2022 World Cup? When Qatar—a small, extremely wealthy Middle Eastern nation—was selected to host the World Cup in 2010 by the FIFA Executive Committee, it was considered a monumental risk (Craig, 2022).

  1. To those knowledgeable of the inner workings of FIFA and the general landscape of the World Cup, this decision and the degree to which it would pay off for FIFA and Qatar itself was in question.
  2. Among others, then-FIFA President Sepp Blatter stated that selecting Qatar was a “bad choice” because of how small the nation was and its ill-equipped ability to handle the vastness of the event and being under the world’s microscope(Craig, 2022).

Fast forward to 2022 and the completion of the project, numerous media accounts have confirmed that Qatar spent $220 billion on the World Cup—a staggering 15 times more than Russia did in 2018 as the previous hosts (Craig, 2022). Surprisingly enough, less than $10 billion was spent on the construction of the Qatari stadiums.

The majority of the funds were actually spent on hospitality, transportation, and telecommunications. In Doha, the capital city of Qatar, $36 billion alone was spent on creating an extensive metro system, new airports, and new hotels to help alleviate the large crowds coming in from around the world (Zimbalist, 2022).

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This project was always going to be a massive financial commitment for Qatar. To put it into perspective, Qatar’s annual average GDP is around $180 billion. Having been awarded the World Cup in 2010, the country has spent an average of $18.3 million each year, amounting to about 10% of its yearly GDP (Zimbalist, 2022).

  1. By comparison, Russia, the host of the 2018 World Cup, spent around $14 to 15 billion USD and has an annual GDP of about $1.7 trillion.
  2. Russia’s GDP is a staggering 9.5 times greater than Qatar’s, and they spent substantially less money on the World Cup.
  3. Because of the small size of Qatar and the limited real estate, most of the stadiums will be dismantled after the tournament once they are devoid of their use and transformed into schools, health clinics, cafes, and other service buildings (Craig 2022).

Fortunately, some of the new infrastructures will continue to remain a useful contribution to Qatar after the soccer tournament. For example, the highways connecting cities and stadiums will make longer travel quicker and more efficient. While all of these figures fall on the cost side of the book, what about the revenues? When it comes to the tournament’s revenue, it is important to differentiate between the revenue FIFA is receiving compared to the revenue Qatar itself will obtain.

  • According to Forbes, FIFA is reaping 7.5 billion USD of revenue while Qatar is receiving only 1.56 billion USD.
  • Qatar’s revenue is primarily coming from tourism and business travel.
  • Although this seems like a tiny number compared to what they are spending, the reality of is that most World Cup host nations do not end up profiting from having the tournament on their soil.

Many things built for the tournament are often unable to be turned back into hard cash. For a wealthy nation like Qatar, the overarching goal hope of hosting this tournament is not centered around the amount of money they will make. With billions of soccer fans tuning in from all around the world, Qataris hope that their country will make an impression on the world and put them on the map.

If all goes well, hosting this event could result in a more significant role in foreign trade, world politics, and tourism (Craig, 2022). Qatar’s economy is already experiencing a near-term boom. With just over a million tourists in Qatar for the tournament, the domestic demand for food and hospitality services has exponentially increased and will provide a boost to its already growing economy (Taylor, 2022).

Longer term, however, Qatar’s compensation for hosting the World Cup is more complicated to quantify than just monetary figures. With the confirmed news from multiple sources that Qatar dangerously treated and exploited the workers they employed to build infrastructure for the tournament, the 2022 World Cup already had a negative connotation long before it kicked off.

  1. According to Taylor, many European cities have avoided broadcasting games to the public due to the cruelty that was allowed behind the scenes during the construction of the stadiums.
  2. This tension between Qatar and other Western countries would put Qatar in an even more difficult spot given the lingering issues with other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.

Luckily for Qatar, a successful World Cup could go a long way in the world accepting the nation as a desirable destination to visit or reside in. The Qatari government is expecting triple the number of annual tourists in 2030—up from 2 million in 2019 to 6 million by the end of the decade (Taylor, 2022).

  1. The hope is that some of the structural frameworks will be preserved and used to support new visitors in the future.
  2. The main takeaway that host countries come to realize after hosting the World Cup is how much of a laborious and financial project it is.
  3. The countless hours and dollars spent to accommodate teams, locals, and tourists while adhering to land and economic policies show that the rewarding satisfaction of hosting a successful event does not come without extreme monetary impacts.

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How much did Qatar pay FIFA?

Why was Qatar chosen as the World Cup host? – In 2010, Qatar clinched the rights to the World Cup after winning a ballot of Fifa’s 22 executive members, beating bids from the US, South Korea, Japan and Australia. It is the first Arab nation to host the tournament. T20 Points Table India Qatar was accused of paying Fifa officials £3m ($3.7m) in bribes to secure their backing, but was cleared after a two-year investigation, At the time, Fifa’s then-chairman, Sepp Blatter, supported the bid, but now says it was a “mistake” to award the World Cup to Qatar,

How much is FIFA worth?

This article is about the association football body. For the video game franchise, see FIFA (video game series), For other uses, see Fifa (disambiguation), For the international governing body that oversees basketball, see FIBA,

International Association Football Federation

Fédération internationale de football association (FIFA)
Map of the members of FIFA according to their confederation
Abbreviation FIFA
Founded 21 May 1904 ; 119 years ago
Founded at Paris, France
Type Sports federation
Purpose Sport governance
Headquarters Zürich, Switzerland
Coordinates 47°22′53″N 8°34′28″E  /  47.38139°N 8.57444°E
Region served Worldwide
Membership 211 national associations
President Gianni Infantino
Senior Vice-President Salman bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa ( AFC )
  • Alejandro Domínguez ( CONMEBOL )
  • Aleksander Čeferin ( UEFA )
  • Lambert Maltock ( OFC )
  • Patrice Motsepe ( CAF )
  • Victor Montagliani ( CONCACAF )
  • Sándor Csányi
Secretary General Fatma Samoura
Main organ FIFA Congress
  • AFC (Asia and Australia)
  • CAF (Africa)
  • CONCACAF (North America)
  • CONMEBOL (South America)
  • OFC (Oceania)
  • UEFA (Europe)
Affiliations International Olympic Committee International Football Association Board
Staff 700+
Website FIFA.com

The Fédération internationale de football association ( French for ‘ International Association Football Federation ‘; abbreviated as FIFA and pronounced in English as ) is the international governing body of association football, beach soccer, and futsal,

It was founded in 1904 to oversee international competition among the national associations of Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, Headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland, its membership now comprises 211 national associations, These national associations must also be members of one of the six regional confederations into which the world is divided: CAF (Africa), AFC (Asia and Australia), UEFA (Europe), CONCACAF (North & Central America and the Caribbean), OFC (Oceania) and CONMEBOL (South America).

It is most notable for the FIFA World Cup, held every four years. FIFA outlines several objectives in its organizational statutes, including growing association football internationally, providing efforts to ensure it is accessible to everyone, and advocating for integrity and fair play.

  1. It is responsible for the organization and promotion of association football’s major international tournaments, notably the World Cup which commenced in 1930, and the Women’s World Cup which began in 1991.
  2. Although FIFA does not solely set the laws of the game, that being the responsibility of the International Football Association Board of which FIFA is a member, it applies and enforces the rules across all FIFA competitions.

All FIFA tournaments generate revenue from sponsorships; in 2022, FIFA had revenues of over US $ 5.8 billion, ending the 2019–2022 cycle with a net positive of US$1.2 billion, and had cash reserves of over US$3.9 billion. Reports by investigative journalists have linked FIFA leadership with corruption, bribery, and vote-rigging related to the election of FIFA president Sepp Blatter and the organization’s decision to award the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar, respectively.

These allegations led to the indictments of nine high-ranking FIFA officials and five corporate executives by the U.S. Department of Justice on charges including racketeering, wire fraud, and money laundering, On 27 May 2015, several of these officials were arrested by Swiss authorities, who launched a simultaneous but separate criminal investigation into how the organization awarded the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Those among these officials who were also indicted in the U.S. are expected to be extradited to face charges there as well. Many officials were suspended by FIFA’s ethics committee including Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini, In early 2017, reports became public about FIFA president Gianni Infantino attempting to prevent the re-elections of both chairmen of the ethics committee, Cornel Borbély and Hans-Joachim Eckert, during the FIFA congress in May 2017.

What is total run rate?

What Does Run Rate Mean in Business? – Run rate is a forecast of your business’s fiscal performance derived from its present financial data. It is an extrapolation of your business’ current financial success, extended over a longer time period of time.

It is dependent on the assumption that their existing results will sustain throughout the projected period. If you’re anticipating irregularities in sales due to events, like consumer holidays or sales, or you’re interested in looking at multiple metrics, then you might require more detailed forecasting tools,

While run rate can be useful for a business with relatively consistent financial success, it doesn’t always show the whole picture. Typically, run rate forecasts performance of one key metric, such as sales revenue or profit. It could be for a range of timelines, normally falling within the next year (based on figures from the past quarter or a month).

What is run at rate?

What is Run at Rate? – As globalization continues to accelerate and technology advances, manufacturing organizations face an increasingly competitive landscape. Efficiency, cost management, and have become critical factors for success in this demanding environment.

  • One technique that has emerged as a powerful tool for optimizing the manufacturing process and minimizing the cost of poor quality is Run at Rate.
  • Run at Rate is a process used in manufacturing to test the efficiency and capacity of a production line.
  • It involves operating the production line at its maximum intended capacity for a specific period to determine if it can meet the desired production targets.

This helps companies identify potential bottlenecks or critical risks that may jeopardies the product quality when running at that speed. From there, areas of improvement can be identified to ensure the production line can consistently produce products at the required quality level.