Well, frankly, we're shocked.
It's been revealed that the much-derided FIFA movie has taken just £125,000 at the box office since its premiere at Cannes in June, despite the huge cost of making it - estimated at £19m.
Its Swiss premiere, at the Zurich Film Festival on Sunday, was attended by just 120 people in a 500 capacity venue. Only seven countries have thus far elected to screen it, with Russia - the next hosts of the World Cup in 2018 - having the most success, taking £90,000. In France it went straight to DVD, while there are no plans to screen it in the UK.
Critics have attacked it as a vanity project which, obviously, it is, but you have to laugh at the content; in the movie, Blatter says "The slightest breach of ethics will be severely punished". Maybe it's best watched as a satire? Check out the trailer below for more unintentional hilarity.