It is said that the world is in the midst of an industrial revolution, but according to football, this is not quite true.
In fact, the world may not even be in the throes of an Industrial Revolution at all.
The current global game has a very different future in store.
In the near future, the game may be played by the majority of the world’s population, but for the first time, the majority will be playing the sport of football in their own countries.
The next stage in this revolution will see football evolve into a completely different sport entirely.
In the near term, the most likely future is for the majority to be playing a game that they love, such as soccer.
For now, however, the future is not entirely clear.
This is partly because the game is still relatively new and largely in the hands of individuals.
But it is also because, as the game becomes increasingly popular in more and more countries, the vast majority of people will play the game.
This is where the future will look like for the modern game.
In 2022, the football landscape will look very different to that of today.
This change will come about by accident, however.
The game has already undergone many major changes in the past decade.
The evolution of the game The evolution and evolution of football have been quite rapid.
It is no secret that the game has undergone many radical changes over the past 20 years.
In his book Football: A Global History, David Wilson explains that football was already a very violent sport in 1869.
But then, in the early 20th century, the sport was seen as a safe and popular form of sports.
Then, in 1918, the World Cup was won by Germany over France and Germany won the World Championship.
The following year, the first European Cup was played, which became the world championship.
At this time, football became the most popular form to play.
The World Cup, however was a disaster for the sport.
The tournament was a failure because the tournament was won largely by the weaker teams.
So, football was forced to adapt to the new reality.
The first football competitions were played in the 1920s.
These competitions were seen as the best way to promote the sport in the new country, rather than to test it out in its home country.
Then, a decade later, the new football league was created.
In 1921, the FIFA World Cup took place in Germany.
A decade later and a new generation of footballers was born.
Today, the top level of football is played in England, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Belgium, France, Russia, Austria and Switzerland.
After the World War II, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) banned the use of rubber and cement to build stadiums, and also banned the practice of playing in the same stadium over and over again.
This has meant that football is largely played in stadiums in places like Brazil, China, Russia and India.
However, the fact remains that football remains the most successful sport in history.
According to the World Economic Forum, in 2014, there were nearly 10 billion people who played football in a country.
And these figures do not even include football fans.
To put it into perspective, soccer is one of the most important sports in the world today, accounting for more than 60% of the global population.
Football has grown massively in the last 40 years.
Between 1990 and 2010, football attendance doubled.
Today, more than 7 billion people play football.
By 2020, there will be an estimated 2.5 billion people playing the game in the whole world.
The popularity of football will only continue to grow.
By 2030, the number of fans worldwide will more than double to 8 billion people.
And by 2030, there is a reasonable chance that the number will reach 10 billion.
What is the future of the modern world’s game?
The modern game is in a period of transition.
This transition will involve the introduction of new and improved technologies.
It will also involve the transformation of the sporting landscape.
But, at the same time, this process is also the beginning of a new era.
The football landscape is changing dramatically in the near- and medium-term.
This will inevitably lead to a different kind of football.
We are already witnessing the impact of this transformation in the form of changes in players, tactics, and stadiums.
This evolution will also mean the end of the current format of the sport, and the return of traditional sports to the field.
This new football format will be played on a bigger and bigger field.
It is possible to predict the evolution of this new format.
It depends on how many teams will be formed, which cities will be developed, and how many stadiums will be built.
But the end game will not be decided until the next decade.
In the end, the only thing that can really change the game, is the way it is played.
It takes a long time to