England Vs USA – Prince William may go to Football World Cup if England reach final

Prince William may consider going to the Football World Cup in Qatar if England reach the final. The Prince of Wales, who is president of the Football Association, ruled out today’s participation due to a “busy winter schedule”. However, it is understandable that his office may consider taking action if England reach the final on 18 December.

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Football World Cup host Qatar has faced increased scrutiny for its treatment of minorities, with an Australian team becoming the first FIFA World Cup team to release a collective statement criticizing the human rights situation in host Qatar.

Some 16 players, including former Arsenal and Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan, appear in a video in which they raise the issue of the country’s treatment of migrant workers and the LGBTQ+ community. Same-sex relationships are banned in Qatar due to strict Islamic rulers.

It also became known that Amnesty International has called on FIFA to pay at least £350 million in compensation to Qatari stadium workers for “human rights violations” they have suffered. Prince William has long been a staunch advocate for LGBTQ rights. In 2016, he became the first member of the royal family to appear on the cover of gay magazine Attitude.

At the time, he told the magazine, No one should be bullied for their sexuality. As FA president, he was expected to take part in the games next month, with England’s first match against Iran scheduled for 21 November. But a spokesman for Kensington Palace said the prince has no plans to attend the Football World Cup, which starts on November 20, adding: We weren’t planning to go due to the busy winter schedule.

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William is expected to keep a close eye on England’s progress and will likely use social media to support the team. He supported the England women’s team during their Euro 2022 victory and presented the players with victory medals after they beat Germany in the final at Wembley.

Veteran campaigner Peter Tatchell, who said he was arrested after organizing Qatar’s first LGBT protest, interpreted William’s decision as a snub against Football World Cup hosts and called on celebrities and foreign governments to follow suit. Tatchell added: Everyone should stay away to show their opposition to the despotic tyranny in Doha and show solidarity with the Qataris who are fighting for democracy and human rights.

The proposed justification that Prince William’s decision is due to a diary disagreement is implausible given that FIFA World Cup dates have been known for over a year now. FIFA awarded the Football World Cup to Qatar in 2010 and has since spent tens of billions of dollars preparing for the competition, which starts on November 20.

But this energy-rich Gulf state is facing constant scrutiny for its treatment of foreign workers, as well as its bad record for LGBTQ people and women’s rights. Since we won the honor of hosting the Football World Cup, Qatar has undergone an unprecedented campaign that no host country has ever faced, Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said in his speech.

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“Initially, we were conscientious about this issue and even felt that some of the criticism was positive and helpful in helping us develop our aspects that need to be developed, the emir told the Qatari legislative council. But it soon became clear to us that the campaign was ongoing, expanding and involving falsification and double standards until it reached a level of brutality that, unfortunately, led many to question the true causes and motives of this campaign, he said.”

In recent weeks, the organizers of the Qatar Football World Cup have stepped up assurances that all fans will be “welcome” to the FIFA World Cup. FIFA has said LGBTQ rainbow flags will be allowed in and around stadiums. England’s Harry Kane is one of several European team captains who have said they will wear One Love armbands at World Cup games to draw attention to human rights issues.

USA Football World Cup Team attendance down 37% from a decade ago

USMNT attendance has been falling in successive cycles. From 2010 to 2014, the average attendance in the US was 36,697. Now, from 2018 to 2022, the average attendance is 23,029 people. For more know about Football World Cup Tickets.

The reason for the four-year cycles, for example, from 2010 to 2014 or from 2018 to 2022, is due to the FIFA World Cup. Of course, the United States failed to qualify for the 2018 Football World Cup. In this case, it starts to make sense. The decline in USMNT form and success resulted in fewer people attending. However, not everything is so clear.

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For many years, attendance has been one of the key metrics used to gauge the popularity of the US Men’s National Team. In this respect, a downward trend is a bad thing. In fact, since 2015, USMNT has failed to reach an average attendance above 30,000 fans per game. USMNT has suffered from falling attendance in successive cycles. From 2010 to 2014, the average attendance in the US was 36,697. Now, from 2018 to 2022, the average attendance is 23,029 people.

The reason for the four-year cycles, for example, from 2010 to 2014 or from 2018 to 2022, is due to the FIFA World Cup. Of course, the United States failed to qualify for the 2018 Football World Cup. In this case, it starts to make sense. The decline in USMNT form and success resulted in fewer people attending. However, not everything is so clear.

For many years, attendance has been one of the key metrics used to gauge the popularity of the US Men’s National Team. In this respect, a downward trend is a bad thing. In fact, since 2015 USMNT has failed to reach an average attendance above 30,000 fans per game. Availability restrictions and rigid prices can drive people out.

However, here is the USMNT attendance data from 2018 to present. Overall, USMNT’s average attendance for this cycle is 23,029. This figure represents a 29% drop from 2014 to 2017. Comparing this latest cycle from 2010 to 2014, attendance is down a staggering 37%. During this time, USMNT averaged 36,697 home games.

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Such a steep descent may surprise. The team’s success in winning the Gold Cup and the Nations League on home soil, combined with qualification for the Football World Cup, should guarantee more spectators. Success breeds popularity.

However, there are a few factors to consider when it comes to declining attendance. This includes US Soccer’s aforementioned attempts to play important games in smaller capacity football stadiums.

Explaining the lower attendance numbers

First of all, USMNT failed to qualify for the 2018 Football World Cup. Thus, the games at the beginning of 2018, which were supposed to be a series of wires, were not crowded. All three friendly matches before the 2018 World Cup (January 28 vs. BIH, March 27 vs. PAR, May 28 vs. BOL) failed to attract 12,000 fans. Missing the FIFA World Cup took a toll on the fans. Perhaps many used the power of their wallet to express their disapproval of the USMNT even after the World Championship was over.

Second, the COVID-19 pandemic, which began in 2020, had lasting effects until 2021. She closed the sport worldwide for several months. Even after live attendance returned, stadiums had seating restrictions. The limited capacity had little effect on a couple of home friendlies (December 2020 vs. El Salvador and January 2021 vs. Trinidad and Tobago). It raised its head more in the League of Nations. However, the semi-finals and finals in Denver drew decent crowds cheering Honduras and Mexico. These games drew 34,000 and 37,000 people respectively.

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Experience shows how games against Mexico, especially cup finals, fill stadiums to the brim. The Gold Cup finals in 2019, 2011, 2009 and 2007 illustrate a lot. Perhaps the Qatar Football World Cup could affect attendance in the US. Or US Soccer may repeatedly host major US Soccer games in football stadiums.

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