2018 FIFA World Cup

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men's national teams. West of the Ural Mountains to keep travel time manageable.

It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018,[2] after the country was awarded the hosting rights on 2 December 2010. This will be the first World Cup held in Europe since 2006; all but one of the stadium venues are in European Russia, west of the Ural Mountains to keep travel time manageable.

Gianni Infantino - Fifa President

Tabela

  • 1 Cremonese U19 Cremonese U19 47
  • 2 Parma U19 Parma U19 32
  • 3 Udinese U19 Udinese U19 30
  • 4 Venezia U19 Venezia U19 29
  • 5 SPAL U19 SPAL U19 29
  • 6 AlbinoLeffe U19 AlbinoLeffe U19 29
  • 7 Padova U19 Padova U19 25
  • 8 Como U19 Como U19 25
  • 9 Renate U19 Renate U19 24
  • 10 Brescia U19 Brescia U19 23
  • 11 Reggiana U19 Reggiana U19 23
  • 12 Südtirol U19 Südtirol U19 21
  • 13 L.R. Vicenza U19 L.R. Vicenza U19 20
  • 14 Feralpisalò U19 Feralpisalò U19 19
  • 15 Cittadella U19 Cittadella U19 17
  • 16 Alessandria U19 Alessandria U19 13
  • 1 Cesena U19 Cesena U19 43
  • 2 Benevento U19 Benevento U19 42
  • 3 Pisa U19 Pisa U19 33
  • 4 Napoli U19 Napoli U19 28
  • 5 Virtus Entella U19 Virtus Entella U19 27
  • 6 Perugia U19 Perugia U19 27
  • 7 Ternana U19 Ternana U19 26
  • 8 Ascoli U19 Ascoli U19 26
  • 9 Palermo U19 Palermo U19 25
  • 10 Cosenza U19 Cosenza U19 23
  • 11 Spezia U19 Spezia U19 22
  • 12 Bari U19 Bari U19 22
  • 13 Salernitana U19 Salernitana U19 19
  • 14 Monopoli U19 Monopoli U19 14
  • 15 Crotone U19 Crotone U19 12
  • 16 Pescara U19 Pescara U19 12