The 72nd FIFA Congress has taken place in Doha, the capital of Qatar, which is set to host the 2022 football World Cup.
The 2022 Congress is the first in-person annual event of football’s world governing body since 2019 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Bermuda is represented at the congress by President Mark Wade and General Secretary David Sabir, as well as Bermuda Football Association Executive Member Vance Campbell.
The representatives from CONCACAF for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar learned their group stage fate at the 2022 World Cup Draw in Doha, Qatar.
After qualifying for their first World Cup in 36 years, Canada will square off against Belgium, Morocco, and Croatia in Group F.
Mexico have been drawn into Group C where they will face a familiar foe in Argentina, they will also take on Poland and Saudi Arabia in the group.
The U.S.A will also get a crack at some former World Cup opponents in Group B against England, Iran, and the winner of the UEFA Playoff, which will be one of Scotland, Ukraine or Wales.
Should Costa Rica defeat New Zealand in the Intercontinental Play-Off in Doha, Qatar on June 13 or 14, they will slot into Group E against Spain, Germany, and Japan.