Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, FIFA has released their video match archive until normal days are back within the football world. How this is defined, FIFA has not reported in detail, so it's now important to catch up the delicious 'bites' as long as the opportunity exists.
FIFA names the initiative with 'bring football home', which we can only welcome, now that summer is entering and the weather can turn out from its capricious sides – and maybe help some people get through isolating times we are facing through out this horrible pandemic.
It's also a time traveling through the different eras and tactical phases in the history of football which in itself can be worth a look. More than 30 full-length matches of what FIFA calls 'unforgetable', will be releasedby the world football association. Yes – at the time of writing, there are actually as many as 32 full-length matches, such as the women's actionable - and for many unforgettable - 2015 World Cup final in Canada between the United States and Japan.
FIFA announces that the opening of the match archive applies to matches from both the men's and women's final rounds. You will also be able to find documentaries featuring famous players and coaches who will support the impressive matches of various World Cup playoffs and finals throughout the years.