The FIFA World Cup is a competition that transcends the game of football.
It has the power to unite—the power to send a nation into delirium, while others plunge into despair.
Held every four years, the World Cup is eagerly anticipated by fans who spend all of the intervening years looking forward to the next one.
But what if it took place every two years? What would the ramifications of such a change produce? Would it be a good idea?
This article looks at several of the positive and negative aspects behind the concept.
The ultimate decision I leave to you, the reader.