FIFA has announced that Ecuador will be hosting a FIFA World Cup Qualifier on March 10, 2020.
The announcement was made on Wednesday, but there was already plenty of speculation.
Here’s what you need to know about the event:Who will be playing in the qualifier?
Ecuador is the only country in the group stage of the tournament, so it’s the first qualifying match for the World Cup.
The qualifiers are usually played in late May, and the first match will be played on May 19.
How will the tournament be played?
The qualifiers will be two groups of six teams each, with each group playing two matches against each other.
The first group, which will be drawn in October, will play on March 9 and 20.
The second group will play in April and May, with the last match being played on June 11.
Who will be facing whom in the knockout stages?
The knockout stages will be a single-elimination tournament.
Ecuador will face the top three teams in each group.
The teams that advance will qualify for the quarterfinals.
Ecuador is expected to win this knockout stage, but will have to face another team from the knockout stage if they advance.
Who is the final team?
The teams in the first group and the final group will be announced on Tuesday, May 31.
Who’s in the final four?
Ecuador will play the winners of the groups of the quarterfinal and semifinal.
In the semifinals, they will face Colombia, which was the top team in the qualifying stage.
Who are the three finalists?
Colombia will face Argentina in the quarter-finals, which is the group that will qualify to play the final against Brazil.
What are the two group winners?
Argentina will play Chile in the semifinal, which Brazil will face Peru in the semi-final.
Who plays in the finals?
Colombia is the first team from each group to face Ecuador, which means Colombia will be the defending champion.
How many countries will play?
Four teams will play.
Mexico will play Canada and Argentina will meet in the third-place match, which could be played in early May or in late April.
Argentina and Brazil are in the semifinals.
How big will the final be?
The World Cup Final is a 60-minute, two-leg playoff, and it’s not expected to be televised.
The final will be held on March 11 at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
What about the U.S.?
Will it play?
U.K. will host the final, and a total of four U.N. qualifiers will take place in the four countries that qualify.
Canada will play Argentina, and Mexico will host Colombia.
Who else is in the World Championship group stage?
The two remaining groups, Brazil and Germany, will meet each other in the second-place matches.
Russia, the U., and Iran are in third place.
What happens in the playoff stages?
Brazil and Argentina face each other twice, and then they face each-other in the semis and final.
The winner of each of these matches will qualify.
The winners of both semis will face eachother in a semifinal match.
The semis are the final two matches, and will be aired live on NBCSN, ESPN, and YouTube.
Argentina will host Uruguay, and Colombia will play Uruguay and Turkey.
The semifinals will be on May 10.
Who qualifies for the knockout rounds?
The winner from each of the four group matches qualifies for both the semifinals and the championship final.
Germany and Uruguay will play each other, and France and Switzerland will meet.
The four semifinal matches will be decided by a run-in between the winners from each quarterfinal match.
Argentina, which beat Brazil in the opening game, will advance to the final.
Argentina is favored to win.
Brazil, which defeated Uruguay in the tournament opener, will lose to Germany, who defeated Uruguay.