Kansas City Mass Shooting Trend Threatens World Cup Planning

A recent report documents FIFA getting a bit scared about so much violence in our cowtown.

Here's a peek at the concerns that'll probably end up costing this town even more cash . . . Check-it:

"The recent fatal shooting in Kansas City, Missouri during the Super Bowl victory celebration has raised fresh questions about how FIFA will approach the issue of gun violence when the World Cup comes to the U.S., including Kansas City, in 2026.

"The event also raises red flags for soccer’s governing body, FIFA, which is expected to bring millions of fans to stadiums throughout the United States over a span of 104 World Cup games in 39 days in 2026. The tournament will also be the first World Cup without a national organizing committee.

"Official bid documents submitted to FIFA outline security and safety plans for the 2026 tournament but don’t specifically mention the potential threat of gun violence."

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