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FIFA expanded the quota of 26 summoned for the 2022 Qatar World Cup | Qatar World Cup

Interesting news for national coaches, including the Colombian Luis Fernando Suarezfacing the world Cup what is coming right now. Meanwhile he Colombian tournament will suffer on behalf of the leadership…

The Council of the FIFA approved this Thursday to increase the maximum number of players in each team in the World Cup in Qatar due to the exceptional nature of the dates on which it will be played and due to the possible effects of the pandemic on each team before and during the competition.

The approved amendment to the 2022 World Cup regulations explains that the maximum number of members of the provisional list is increased from 35 to 55 footballers, While the final list increases to a minimum of 23 and a maximum of 26 athletes.

Furthermore, it is established that the last day of the different leagues that the players included in the different calls will play will be on November 13, 2022. In this order of ideas, the BetPlay League would be the only one to continue playing after the deadline.

Let us remember that the calendar stipulated by Dimayor has scheduled the home runs from November 6 to 23while the finals will be 27 and 30 of the same month. It means that those summoned by their teams will play just two days of their respective groups.

On the other hand, it is announced that a maximum of 26 people will be allowed to sit on the benchwith a cap of fifteen substitutes, in addition to ten members of the coaching staff and a team doctor, FIFA said in a statement.

The equipment regulations for FIFA competitions have also been updated and it has been agreed that the 73rd Congress of said body, in which there will be presidential elections, will take place on March 16, 2023 in Kigali (Rwanda).

Finally, the FIFA Council, made up of its president and those of the six confederations, confirmed that the next U-20 World Cup will be held in Indonesia from May 20 to June 11, 2023.

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