‘America’s Cup winner’: USA to host ‘World Cup of Dreams’ competition

USA’s first-ever “World Cup” will feature a four-team tournament with the top two teams from each of the four continental nations taking part.

The winner of the final tournament will then take home the World Cup trophy, which is awarded at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The tournament will be hosted in a new stadium, called “World Stadium” that will house the soccer federation’s headquarters and the stadiums of both the men’s and women’s national teams.

The World Cup will also feature the biggest sporting event in South America, with the country hosting the 2018 World Cup.

The 2018 tournament was held in Mexico City and drew an attendance of over 17 million, while the 2022 edition will be held in Brazil.

The new stadium will be completed by 2021, with a total cost of US$1.6 billion, which will cover the cost of staging the tournament, construction of the stadium, and security and police.

The bid to host the 2018 FIFA World Cups was announced in March, and has been supported by the US Soccer Federation, Major League Soccer, and United States Soccer Federation.

The 2022 World Cup is the biggest sports event in Latin America, and will feature the World Team, the World Club Champion and other team players, as well as a number of celebrity guests.

The bidding process was overseen by the U.S. bid committee, which included representatives from the soccer leagues of Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina.