Soccer: World Cup bidding for 2026 enters frenetic final stages
Wednesday, 30 May 2018 JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The two bids chasing the right to host the 2026 World Cup have entered a frenetic last fortnight of canvassing while anxiously awaiting a potentially decisive report on their suitability.
Adidas can declare itself the winner over arch rival Nike in the upcoming soccer World Cup even before the first match kicks off as it is kitting out the most teams. But, as Rosanna Philipott reports, it's only expecting a limited financial impact.
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