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World Cup 2018 has so far been a month-long source of excitement and emotional whirlwinds for football fans everywhere. This year saw the early exit of African teams and the continued dominance of Europe. It also had its politically charged moments, including shout-outs to Ukraine, Albanian hand gestures, and celebrating immigration policies that helped build racially diverse European teams.
In this episode, we'll look ahead to the World Cup final and discuss some of the socio-political aspects of this year's tournament. What would it mean for you if your team won the World Cup? Will we ever see a World Cup final not dominated by Europe or South America? What would make the World Cup experience even better? We want to hear from you.
Leave your thoughts below or record a video comment. We'll address these questions and more in our conversation with football fans from around the world at 1930GMT.
Today on The Stream, we speak with:
Wilfred Ndidi, @Ndidi25
Nigeria and Leicester City
Brenda Elsey, @Politicultura
Co-host, “Burn it All Down” podcast
Lee Wellings, @LeeW_Sport
Sport Correspondent, Al Jazeera
Europe's World Cup celebrates diversity - Human Rights Watch
Africa’s group-stage failure stems from slim resources and talent drain - The Guardian
France, the World Cup’s last standing ‘African’ team - The Undefeated