The World Cup is being played at the Maracanã in Brazil and the fans will need to be prepared to use meters, according to FIFA.
A measure of water consumption is not just important in the host country, but also around the world.
Water meters are part of the FIFA World Cups’ cost of attendance, which determines the size of each individual ticket sold in the country.
According to FIFA, the average water meter cost in Brazil is estimated to be $0.55, while it’s about $1.20 in France and Italy, which are the two most expensive hosts.
However, the World Cup has so far only been held in three of the countries, with the United States and England the only countries that have not yet hosted a World Cup.
There have been concerns that the World Cups could be used as a tool to target the poorest members of society, and that it could be abused to discriminate against them, as some countries already have.
However this is unlikely to happen as FIFA has been very clear in the past that it does not target the poor, nor do they need to use their hosts to do so.FIFA says that water meters are not used as the sole indicator of consumption, but are a means to determine water consumption for the whole of the host nation, including those who live in poverty.
In addition, the International Olympic Committee has said that it will “not accept any discriminatory measures”.