Commercialized Football Affects Developing Nations - BORGEN
Whatever the moniker and wherever it is played, football (or in America, soccor) is a world sport that holds more than three billion hearts. Its main governing body, FIFA (Federal International Football Association), hosts the quadrennial World Cup, which allows 32 qualifying nations across the globe to compete in one host country for a coveted trophy and the distinguished honor of being the champion team for the next four years. However, the excitement of commercialized football affects developing nations in a negative way.