FIFA World Cup anthem 'Light the Sky' released
FIFA World Cup anthem 'Light the Sky' released: Nora Fatehi stuns with dance, tournament will start on November 20
The FIFA World Cup, the biggest tournament of football, is going to start on November 20. It is being hosted by the Asian country Qatar. Meanwhile, FIFA has released its anthem song 'Light the Sky' for the World Cup today. Nora Fatehi is also seen dancing in this song. FIFA has shared its video on its YouTube channel and Twitter. Before Nora, Jennifer Lopez, and Shakira also performed in the FIFA World Cup.
Earlier, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez also performed in the FIFA World Cup. Nora Fatehi is the next artist to feature in a FIFA music video, performing a dance performance at this year's FIFA. The song on which Nora will be performing has been composed by renowned music producer RedOne, one of the world's renowned record makers. In the past, RedOne has also worked on FIFA songs such as Shakira's Waka Waka and La La La.
Let us tell you that Nora will perform in both the opening and closing ceremonies of FIFA. He has got a contract signed for this, which is rare for any artist. If media reports are to be believed, Nora will be seen dancing to a popular Hindi song in the closing ceremony.
This will be the first time a Middle East country will host a FIFA World Cup. A total of 64 matches will be played by 32 teams in this tournament. The best footballers from all over the world will take part in it. Argentina's star footballer Messi and international football's highest goal scorer Ronaldo will also play in it. This could be the last World Cup for both players.
Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup this year. This is the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup. This is the second time the World Cup is being organized in Asia. Earlier in 2002, Japan and South Korea hosted the World Cup together. Qatar is the smallest country to host the World Cup. The country with a population of 3 million is expecting 1.5 million visitors during the FIFA World Cup.
Matches will be played in a total of 8 stadiums in 5 cities of Qatar. All stadiums are located within a 55-kilometre radius of the capital, Doha. Khalifa International Stadium is operational since 1976. All other stadiums have been built for the World Cup in the last 3 years.