Tight Briefs World Cup: The top 10 alternative 2022 World Cup host nation adverts

Brazil 2014 kicked off with a bang last night, but Qatar's selection to host the next World Cup in 2022 has already drawn criticism following allegations of corruption.

So for our first World Cup themed-edition of Tight Briefs, The Drum and Paddy power challenged creatives to design a poster promoting an alternative 2022 World Cup venue.

You lot came up with some interesting suggestions for a new host country: some were out of this world whilst others were a little closer to home.

Here we reveal the top ten entries as voted for by our readers. This week's winner will receive a certificate, a pair of Paddy's pants and will be in the running to be the overall Tight Briefs World Cup winner at the end of the tournament.

If you weren't so lucky this week, don't despair as our next Tight Brief is now live: this time, we want you to create election posters for a new Fifa president.

10. By Stephen Hunter

9. By Scott Mclean and James Greenway

8. By Lee Nash

7. By Matthew Wyatt

6. By Liam Brennan

5. By Phil Aiston

4. By Phil Aiston

3. By Lee Wardell

2. By Giles Edwards

1. By Sean Clayton

Well done to this week's winner Sean Clayton, whose Ukraine entry was the most popular ad in our public vote. A pair of Paddy's briefs and a certificate are on their way to you - and Sean will also be in the running to be named the overall Tight Briefs World Cup winner at the end of the tournament.If you missed this brief, be sure to enter our new one today: create election posters for a new Fifa president (of your choice).

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