The FIFA World Cup
World Cup 2014 Stadiums
This year, the world praises the 20th FIFA World Cup, a competition for the men’s world football (soccer for Americans) title. The 2014 FIFA World Cup is right now being held in Brazil, starting on June 12th and closing on July 13th. Brazil has held the FIFA World Cup once beforehand, in 1950. Brazil is playing host in a radiant manner with twelve delightful scenes, seven of them new and five redesigned, for the FIFA World Cup.
2014 Brazil Soccer World Cup
Consisting of 32 public groups from nations all over the world, an aggregate of 64 matches will be played in 12 different urban areas all through Brazil. Subsequent to qualifying, these 32 groups, comprising of world top dog groups like Argentina, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Uruguay, will play each other for the title.
2014 Football/Soccer World Cup Arena
Once qualified, each group was part into a gathering, going from A-H. These groups are comprised of the seven most noteworthy positioning groups joining host group Brazil in the cultivated pot. The leftover groups were separated dependent on geographic contemplations. The subsequent game plan has four equivalent groups, or “pots,” of eight groups. Each group comprises of 23 players. After each underlying cooperative match, the two best groups in each gathering will proceed to the “knockout stage.” Currently, the occasion stays in the principal stage, with the knockout stage starting on June 28th.
Groups for the 2014 World Cup
The reigning champ from the last FIFA World Cup in 2010 is Spain. They won subsequent to crushing the Netherlands 1-0. Notwithstanding this triumph a year ago, the Netherlands rose once more, smashing Spain in their initial 2014 game with a last score of 1-5.
New innovations are being utilized for the first run through at the World Cup. These new advancements incorporate objective line innovation, a strategy for deciding when the ball has completely crossed the objective line with the help of electronic gadgets, just as disappearing froth with the expectation of complimentary kicks. FIFA President Sepp Blatter said “it would be gibberish not to resume the document on objective line innovation” after England was wrongly denied an objective against Germany at the last World Cup.