The Americans are staying on a man-made island at a resort where the best suites cost $16,500 a night and come with a huge jacuzzi and 24-hour butler.
Belgium have chosen a billionaires’ playground, featuring a water park with 56 rides, an exclusive 3.5-kilometre beach and a desert go-kart track.
Germany are in a secluded wellness spa with a Himalayan salt cave and a range of health treatments, such as psycho-energetic massage.
These accommodations were revealed on Tuesday as FIFA confirmed the training bases for all 32 teams at this year’s World Cup.
And the Socceroos? When they get to their Qatar base, they will be in student digs.
These will not, however, be any old digs. Australia’s World Cup squad have booked themselves into the state-of-the-art Aspire Academy.