or you can do what I plan to do
and just ignore the whole mess until the World Cup is in a country not as obnoxious as Russia or Qatar. Allegedly 2026 will be in Canada/US/Mexico. I foresee trouble, not least playing at Azteca in the summer, or even the autumn. And if in the autumn, the good locations will be booked for American feetball, college and pro. And the weather might be interesting. This weekend there were several instances of heavy snow causing problems. A lot of the really good stadia are in places like Indiana (Notre Dame; massive snowfall this Saturday, the home team won 44-0 'cause they're used to Northern Indiana weather; the visitors wore all white, it's damn hard to make a pass when you can't see who you're passing to because he's wearing white against a white background) and New York State (the Buffalo Bills pro game had to be moved to Detroit because of snow https://www.npr.org/sections/pictureshow/2022/11/20/1137579787/buffalo-western-new-york-snow-photos) and if you make the games too early, places like Florida, Texas, and Louisiana may have a slight hurricane problem. California might have a slight wildfire problem, and Colorado is almost as bad as Azteca.
And, of course, there's always the chance that The Orange One returns to power. It's not a great chance, but it's there. The US will then be on a par with Russia and Qatar, and I'll probably be watching from Canada, if I watch at all.