Football's governing body has confirmed the next running of the tournament will be from November 21 to December 18 in Qatar, meaning the 2022 World Cup Final will be played just one week before Christmas.
The president, who was elected to replace Sepp Blatter in 2016, revealed that "leagues around the world have been informed already" and stressed FIFA's strict position on this announcement, by adding that 'of course they will have to adapt'.More news: Why World Cup Golden Boot win offers little comfort for Kane
"It is an incredible, awesome World Cup". Infantino says Qatar can insist on keeping a 32-team format, though he is "pretty sure that all options will be on the table".
And Infantino said yesterday that the prospect of the expansion taking place for the next renewal remains a possibility.
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"For now it's a World Cup with 32 teams but everybody is open-minded and we will have a frank and open debate", said Infantino. The reality has not only shamed the scare-mongering reports but has helped to show the true face of Russian Federation to fans from throughout the world.
"This is progress, this is better than the past", he said.More news: Nasa commercial crew program for space station faces delays
There's not a lot of time to change their minds with World Cup qualifying set to begin next year.
Moroccans fans, worldwide commentators and footballers blamed the non-use of the VAR for Morocco's elimination.
"Sixteen decisions have been changed from wrong to right".
"Although it will be hard to repeat that success as we're a small country, but we are very keen on sport", he said.More news: Kate Upton Is Pregnant!