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FIFA: The Unethical Church that Governs a Beautiful Religion


The World Cup has continuously been the one of the greatest sporting spectacles to bless nations across the world. I say “bless” because for most nations around the world soccer is more than just a sport. In John Oliver’s YouTube spoof of the World Cup in Brazil, a Brazilian woman discusses how soccer truly is a religion. This highly anticipated event, occurring only once every four years, attempts to unify each nation under the religion of soccer.  Unfortunately, over the past decade the World Cup has become shrouded in controversy. Why would such an amazing event with the goal of unifying nations become subject to alleged criticism? Simple, the World Cup is run by a corrupt international civil society organization called the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).

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“Soccer is a Religion and FIFA is its Church”


Without a doubt, my favorite sporting event to watch is the World Cup. The  World Cup is an international soccer tournament that takes place every four years. Over 200 different nations across 6 different continents play matches to be one of the 31 nations to make it into the prestigious World Cup. The World Cup is run by the Federation Internationale de Football Association(FIFA), a civil society organization, whose goal is to improve the game of soccer and unite the world through events and competitions. However, closer looks into FIFA’s practices have illuminated the corrupt, unethical nature of the organization.

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