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Fifa revenues hit $7.5bn for Qatar 2022 cycle, late signings complete sponsor roster

Fifa president, Gianni Infantino, speaks during a press conference ahead of the 2022 World Cup kick-off (by Maryam Majd ATPImages/Getty images)

Fifa's revenues for the four-year cycle around the 2022 World Cup are expected to be more than $1bn (€977m) greater than projected, as it filled the Qatar 2022 sponsorship portfolio with three late additions.

Speaking at the Fifa Executive Summit on the eve of Qatar 2022 yesterday (Sunday), Fifa president Gianni Infantino outlined the increased expectations from the cycle leading into the tournament.

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