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The FIFA World Cup is held every four years, usually from mid-Juneto mid-July. The last FIFA World Cup was held by Brazil in 2014.The 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cups will be hosted by Russia andQatar, respectively.
The FIFA World Cup is an international football or soccercompetition. The tournament involves 32 teams competing for thetitle within the host nation. They have gone through qualifyinggroups from their own regions in the world in an attempt to get tothe finals. The finals tournament takes about a mon…th and ithappens every four years. Qualifying groups start almost two yearsbefore the finals tournament. The most recent FIFA World Cup washeld in South Africa in 2010 between June and July and the FIFAWorld Cup 2014 is going to be held in Brazil. (MORE)
The initials FIFA represent: Federation Internationale de Football Association. For more information, please see the related link below:
Overview The 2006 FIFA World Cup was held in Germany. The tournament was won by Italy in a penalty shootout against France. The silver medal was given to France, the runner-up, and the bronze medal, along with third place, was given to Germany. An estimated total of 26.29 billion viewers watched …the World Cup and 715.1 million of those also watched the final match. . Qualifying Teams As the hosts, Germany was granted automatic qualification for the World Cup. 31 other nations qualified for a total of 32 competing teams. Asian Football Confederation (AFC) . Iran . Japan . Saudi Arabia . Korea Republic (South Korea) Confederation of African Football (CAF) . Angola . CÃ´te d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) . Ghana . Togo . Tunisia Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) . Costa Rica . Mexico . Trinidad and Tobago . United States South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) . Argentina . Brazil . Ecuador . Paraguay Oceania Football Confederation (OCF) . Australia Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) . Croatia . Czech Republic . England . France . Germany . Italy . Netherlands . Poland . Portugal . Serbia and Montenegro . Spain . Sweden . Switzerland . Ukraine . Venues Twelve stadiums in Germany were selected to host the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Advertising or sponsorship of a stadium was prohibited by FIFA unless they were also official FIFA sponsors. For example, the Allianz in Munich was known during the competition as "FIFA World Cup Stadium, Munich", and even the letters of the company Allianz were removed or covered. Olympiastadion . City: Berlin. Capacity: 74,176. Signal Iduna Park . City: Dortmund. Capacity: 67,000. Allianz Arena . City: Munich. Capacity: 66,016. Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion . City: Stuttgart. Capacity: 54,267. Veltins-Arena . City: Gelsenkirchen. Capacity: 53,804. AOL Arena . City: Hamburg. Capacity: 51,055. Commerzbank Arena . City: Frankfurt. Capacity: 48,132. RheinEnergie Stadion . City: Cologne . Capacity: 46,134. AWD-Arena . City: Hanover. Capacity: 44,652. Zentralstadion . City: Leipzig. Capacity: 44,199. Fritz Walter Stadion . City: Kaizerslautern. Capacity: 43,450. EasyCredit-Stadion . City: Nuremberg. Capacity: 41,926. Referees Africa . Essam Abd El Fatah (Egypt) . Coffi Codjia (Benin) Asia . Toru Kamikawa (Japan) . Shamsul Maidin (Singapore) Europe . Roberto Rosetti (Italy) . Luis Medina Cantalejo (Spain) . Valentin Ivanov (Russia) . Frank de Bleeckere (Belgium) . Massimo Busacca (Switzerland) . Markus Merk (Germany) . Ä½uboÅ¡ MicheÄ¾ (Slovakia) . Graham Poll (England) . Eric Poulat (France) North, Central America and Caribbean . Marco Antonio RodrÃguez (Mexico) . Benito Archundia (Mexico) Oceania . Mark Shield (Australia) South America . Carlos Amarilla (Paraguay) . Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay) . Ãscar Ruiz (Colombia) . Horacio Elizondo (Argentina) . Carlos EugÃªnio Simon (Brazil) . Group Stage Group A - (Germany, Ecuador, Poland, Costa Rica) June 9 . Germany 4-2 Costa Rica . Poland 0-2 Ecuador June 14 . Germany 1-0 Poland June 15 . Ecuador 3-0 Costa Rica June 20 . Ecuador 0-3 Germany . Costa Rica 1-2 Poland Results: Germany and Ecuador advance to the Round of 16. Poland and Costa Rica are eliminated from the competition. Group B - (England, Sweden, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago) June 10 . England 1-0 Paraguay . Trinidad and Tobago 0-0 Sweden June 15 . England 2-0 Trinidad and Tobago . Sweden 1-0 Paraguay June 20 . Sweden 2-2 England . Paraguay 2-0 Trinidad and Tobago Results: England and Sweden advance to the Round of 16. Trindad and Tobago, along with Paraguay, are eliminated from the competition. Group C - (Argentina, Netherlands, CÃ´te d'Ivoire, Serbia and Montenegro) June 10 . Argentina 2-1 CÃ´te d'Ivoire June 11 . Serbia and Montenegro 0-1 Netherlands June 16 . Argentina 6-0 Serbia and Montenegro . Netherlands 2-1 CÃ´te d'Ivoire June 21 . Netherlands 0-0 Argentina . CÃ´te d'Ivoire 3-2 Serbia and Montenegro Results: Argentina and the Netherlands advance to the Round of 16. Serbia and Montenegro, along with CÃ´te d'Ivoire, are eliminated from the competition. Group D - (Portugal, Mexico, Angola, Iran) June 11 . Mexico 3-1 Iran . Angola 0-1 Portugal June 16 . Mexico 0-0 Angola June 17 . Portugal 2-0 Iran June 21 . Portugal 2-1 Mexico . Iran 1-1 Angola Results: Portugal and Mexico advance to the Round of 16. Iran and Angola are eliminated from the competition. Group E - (Italy, Ghana, Czech Republic, United States) June 12 . United States 0-3 Czech Republic . Italy 2-0 Ghana June 17 . Czech Republic 0-2 Ghana . Italy 1-1 United States June 22 . Czech Republic 0-2 Italy . Ghana 2-1 United States Results: Italy and Ghana advance to the Round of 16. The United States and Czech Republic are eliminated from the competition. Group F - (Brazil, Australia, Croatia, Japan) June 12 . Australia 3-1 Japan June 13 . Brazil 1-0 Croatia June 18 . Croatia 0-0 Japan . Brazil 2-0 Australia June 22 . Japan 1-4 Brazil . Croatia 2-2 Australia Results: Brazil and Australia advance to the Round of 16. Croatia and Japan are eliminated from the competition. Group G - (Switzerland, France, Korea Republic, Togo) June 13 . Korea Republic 2-1 Togo . France 0-0 Switzerland June 18 . France 1-1 Korea Republic June 19 . Togo 0-2 Switzerland June 23 . Togo 0-2 France . Switzerland 2-0 Korea Republic Results: Switzerland and France advance to the Round of 16. Korea Republic and Togo are eliminated from the competition. Group H - (Spain, Ukraine, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia) June 14 . Spain 4-0 Ukraine . Tunisia 2-2 Saudi Arabia June 19 . Saudi Arabia 0-4 Ukraine . Spain 3-1 Tunisia June 23 . Saudi Arabia 0-1 Spain . Ukraine 1-0 Tunisia Results: Spain and Ukraine advance to the Round of 16. Tunisia and Saudi Arabia are eliminated from the competition. . Knockout Stage Round of 16 June 24 . Germany 2-0 Sweden . Argentina 2-1 Mexico (a.e.t.) Results: Germany and Argentina advance to the Quarter-finals. Sweden and Mexico are eliminated from the competition. June 25 . England 1-0 Ecuador . Portugal 1-0 Netherlands Results: England and Portugal advance to the Quarter-finals. Ecuador and the Netherlands are eliminated from the competition. June 26 . Italy 1-0 Australia . Switzerland 0-0 (0-3 pen.) Ukraine Results: Italy and Ukraine advance to the Quarter-finals. Switzerland and Australia are eliminated from the competition. June 27 . Brazil 3-0 Ghana . Spain 1-3 France Results: Brazil and France advance to the Quarter-finals. Spain and Ghana are eliminated from the competition. Quarter-finals June 30 . Germany 1-1 (4-2 pen.) Argentina . Italy 3-0 Ukraine Results: Germany and Italy advance to the Semi-finals. Argentina and Ukraine are eliminated from the competition. July 1 . England 0-0 (1-3 pen.) Portugal . Brazil 0-1 France Results: Portugal and France advance to the Semi-finals. Brazil and England are eliminated from the competition. Semi-finals July 4 . Germany 0-2 Italy (a.e.t.) July 5 . Portugal 0-1 France Results: France and Italy advance to the Finals. Germany and Portugal are eliminated from the competition for the FIFA World Cup. However, they still compete for third place. . Third Place Match July 8 (21:00) Germany 3-1 Portugal Location: Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, Stuttgart Attendance: 52,000 Head Referee: Toru Kamikawa (Japan) Germany Scorers: Bastian Schweinsteiger (scored twice), Armando Teixeira (also known as Petit) Portugal Scorers: Nuno Gomes Results: Germany is awarded the bronze medal. Portugal is left in fourth place. . Final Match July 9 (20:00) Italy 1-1 France (a.e.t) Location: Olympiastadion, Berlin Attendance: 69,000 Head Referee: Horacio Elizondo (Argentina) Italy Scorers: Marco Materazzi France Scorers: Zinedine Zidane Penalty Shootout 5-3 Italy Penalty Scorers: Andrea Pirlo, Marco Materazzi, Daniele De Rossi, Alessandro Del Piero, Fabio Grosso France Penalty Scorer: Sylvain Wiltord, Ãric Abidal, Willy Sagnol Results: Italy is crowned the 2006 FIFA World Cup champion. France is declared runner-up and receives the silver medal. . Awards Golden Boot Award . Miroslav Klose (Germany) Golden Ball Award . Zinedine Zidane (France) Yashin Award . Gianluigi Buffon (Italy) Best Young Player Award . Lukas Podolski (Germany) FIFA Fair Play Trophy . Brazil . Spain Most Entertaining Team Award . Portugal . Team Rankings Finalists 1 st - Italy 2 nd - France Semi-finalists 3 rd - Germany 4 th - Portugal Quarter-finalists 5 th - Brazil 6 th - Argentina 7 th - England 8 th - Ukraine Eliminated in the Round of 16 9 th - Spain 10 th - Switzerland 11 th - Netherlands 12 th - Ecuador 13 th - Ghana 14 th - Sweden 15 th - Mexico 16 th - Australia Eliminated in the Group Stage 17 th - Korea Republic 18 th - Paraguay 19 th - CÃ´te d'Ivoire 20 th - Czech Republic 21 st - Poland 22 nd - Croatia 23 rd - Angola 24 th - Tunisia 25 th - United States 25 th - Iran (tied with the United States) 27 th - Trinidad and Tobago 28 th - Japan 28 th - Saudi Arabia (tied with Japan) 30 th - Togo 31 st - Costa Rica 32 nd - Serbia and Montenegro . For more information on the 2006 FIFA World Cup, click on the corresponding "Related Link" below. For information regarding the 2006 FIFA World Cup's disciplinary record, click on the corresponding "Related Link" below. For more information regarding the 2006 FIFA World Cup's officials, click on the corresponding "Related Link" below. For information regarding controversies in matches of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, click on the corresponding "Related Link" below. (MORE)
Made of 32 teams who compete for the biggest International soccer event. Currently, *There are 8 groups in the first round made of 4 teams each, named A to H. *The 1st and 2nd teams of each group move on to the the round of 16, the knockout round, and the survivors move the the the quarter finals…, then the semi finals. The winners of the semi finals move on to the finals, and the losers have a match to decide 3rd and 4th place. History: Uruguay 1930: Uruguay 4-2 Argentina Italy 1934: Italy 2-1 Czechoslovakia France 1938: Italy 4-2 Hungary Brazil 1950: Uruguay N/A Brazil Switzerland 1954: W.Germany 3-2 Hungary Sweden 1958: Brazil 5-2 Sweden Chile 1962: Brazil 3-1 Czechoslovakia England 1966: England 4-2 W.Germany Mexico 1970: Brazil 4-1 Italy West Germany 1974: W.Germany 2-1 Netherlands Argentina 1978: Argentina 3-1 Netherlands Spain 1982: Italy 3-1 W.Germany Mexico 1986: Argentina 3-2 W.Germany Italy 1990: W.Germany 1-0 Argentina USA 1994: Brazil 3-2pen Italy France 1998: France 3-0 Brazil S.Korea/Japan 2002: Brazil 2-0 Germany Germany 2006: Italy 5-3pen France South Africa 2010: Spain 1-0 Netherlands Itata198 (MORE)
Spain is crowned the 2010 FIFA World Cup champion after beating the Netherlands 1-0 (a.e.t.)
The 1986 world cup was held in Mexico the winner was Argentina. Finals' scorelines: Argentina-3 Germany- 2
FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationale de Football Association. the f is for federation the i is for internationale f is for football and a is for assocation dude you should know that if your a soccer fan FIFA is an acronym which stands for The FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationalede Football Association.
at the fifa world cup every 4 years the 36 teams selected compete in matches in the group stages, trying to have enough points to move on every time, up until you get to the finals and win the fifa cup
It was co hosted by Japan and South Korea, the final was held in Japan.
you need to complete these achievements: . Make your online debut Unlocks a selection of Black Boots . Win a cup in manager mode Unlocks a selection of White Boots . Get a club promoted in be a pro seasons or manager mode Unlocks a selection of White Boots . Win consecutive leagues in BAP… or Manager Mode. Unlocks a selection of Blue Boots . Play 25 matches online Unlocks a selection of Red Boots . Represent any club 50 times. Unlocks a selection of Coloured Boots by the way if you can unlock nike mercurial vapor, tell me how firstname.lastname@example.org (MORE)
The 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa goes from 11 June - 11 July
The first FIFA World Cup was in 1930, in Uruguay. The home team took the trophy
You have to beat five defenders using a skill move and you have to have the level on semi pro
When the Uruguayans thought that the were good enough to win the world's greatest soccer tournament, they decided to organize the World cup...
The FIFA World Cup is held every 4 years , starting from 1930. There was no World cup in 1942 and 1946, due to the World War II. The next World Cup is held in Brazil, in 2014.
Here is a list of the stadiums where the games will be held during the FIFA World Cup 2010: . Green Point Stadium - Cape Town . Moses Mabhida Stadium - Durban . Ellis Park Stadium - Johannesburg . Soccer City - Johannesburg . Free State Stadium - Bloemfontein . Nelson Mande…la Bay Stadium - Port Elizabeth . Mbombela Stadium - Nelspruit . Peter Mokaba Stadium - Polokwane . Royal Bafokeng Stadium - Rustenburg . Loftus Versfeld Stadium - Pretoria (MORE)
No it was in 2006, but the ladies world cup was held in China in 2007.
It was in 1930, in Uruguay. Uruguay won it also by defeating Argentina 4-2 in the finals.
The Fifa World Cup Trpophy stands 36.5 centimetres (14.4 inches) tall and is made of 5 kg of 18 carat (75%) gold with a base (13 centimetres [5.1 inches] in diameter).
The World Cup is held every 4 years. There were world cups in 1978 and 1982.
Countries that are members of FIFA must compete in qualifying matches prior to the start of the actual FIFA World Cup. These qualifying matches determines the teams' participation in the tournament, and its FIFA ranking. Teams only compete against other teams that are from the same federation (i.e.… the United States' team only competes with teams from the CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football)). FIFA allocates a certain number of teams from each federation to qualify. For example, in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, FIFA allowed only 4 teams from the AFC (Asian Football Confederation) to qualify for the tournament, meaning no more than 4 Asian countries were allowed to participate in the tournament. Recently, FIFA regulations determined that 32 countries would be allowed to qualify for the tournament. (MORE)
FIFA is the FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationale de Football Association. Itis the international governing body of association football, oftencalled soccer. Every 4 years it organises the World Cup Finals, acompetition for international teams. It is the biggest worldchampionship of any sport. Countries s…pend just over a yearattempting to qualify for the finals. 32 teams make it to thetournament which is hosted in a different country each time it isheld. Most recently it was in Brazil in 2014 and the next one willbe in Russia in 2018. Teams will begin attempting to qualify, byplaying other countries in their region, in 2016. The 32 finalistswill have been decided before the end of 2017. (MORE)
Most of the FIFA World Cup 2010 matches are telecast on ESPN but some are on Star Sports too.
The country is chosen by F.I.F.A and it is held once every four years.So the same country can not hold it soon.
England, France, Germany and stuff and Sepp Blater and the managers but mostly it depends on the qualifying results
the importance of the FIFA World Cup is to see who the best soccer team in the world is
Yes. the most popular sporting event in the world because it is watched and played all over the world will the best most exclusive National Teams in the world. It's the most popular sporting event in the world and will remain the most popular for the next 100's of years. Nothing compares to the FIFA… World Cup. (MORE)
There have been 20 World Cups as follows: 1930 1934 1938 1950 1954 1958 1962 1966 1970 1974 1978 1982 1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014
so far their has only been one game played, Mexico- south Africa and they tied so no ones really winning yet.
The FIFA World Cup 2010 is on right now in South Africa. It commenced on 11 June and ends 11 July.
There is no such thing as a world cup 2009. The world cup is only played every four years. The last one was in 2006 in Germany.
You buy a ticket and then travel to South Africa, the tickets are quite expensive.
The Fifa World Cup can be in many different places.At the moment,it is being held in South Africa.The next world cup,in 2014,will be held in Brazil.Hope to see you there!
Because it is run by the FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationale de Football Association otherwise known as FIFA, who is football's governing body. The first trophy design that FIFA used from 1930 to 1983 had a cup-like shape at the top of the trophy. That trophy was stolen and never recovered in 1983. FIFA… commisioned a new design without a cup at the top of it and that design is still used today. (MORE)
2006) *Italy* won.Final Against France. 2002) *Brazil* won.Final Against Germany. 1998) *France* won.Final Against Brazil. 1994) *Brazil* won.Final Against Italy. 1990) *West Germany* won.Final Against Argentina. 1986) *Argentina* won.Final Against West Germany. 1982) *Italy…* won.Final Against West Germany. 1978) *Argentina* won.Final Against Holland. 1974) *West Germany* won.Final Against Holland. 1970) *Brazil* won.Final Against Italy. (MORE)
The football world cup is bound to continue forever as it is the sporting event that makes the most money in the world by a bit and a half. FIFA's future is in doubt though. Yet, it means a new form will be taken to the world cup and it will continue.
Before 1930 and it was also not held in the 1940's. The tournament was formed in 1930 and it was not played when it should have been in 1942 or 1946 because of World WAR II
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Paraguay has appeared in 8 FIFA World Cups : . 1930 (Uruguay) . 1950 (Brazil) . 1958 (Sweden) . 1986 (Mexico) . 1998 (France) . 2002 (South Korea/Japan) . 2006 (Germany) . 2010 (South Africa)
The FIFA World Cup is held every four years. The next tournament will be in 2014. The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be hosted in Brazil and is expected to last from June 13 to July 13 of that year.
here are the facts: there are 199 playable national teams out of 204 on fifa world cup 2010, whereas there are only 41 on fifa 2010. however , there are 31 leaugues and over 500 teams in fifa 2010. however, it is up to you whether or not the leaugues or the national teams are more important to you. …im gonna say that you should get the world cup version though, but as i said before, its up to you.. (MORE)
The FIFA women's world cup is in Trinidad and Tobago from the 5 of September to the 25 of September
The inaugural FIFA World Cup took place in 1930. The original world cup known as the 'Jules Rimet Trophy' named after the 3rd President of FIFA was designed by French sculptor Abel Lafleur. The trophy was given to Brazil after they won the world cup for the third time in 1970. It was stolen in 1983… and has never been recovered. (MORE)
African Dance celebration - KBRRWKUIRSTWUJQW . Baby Cradle celebration - UGSIMLBHLFPUBFJY . Dying Fly celebration - DVMNJPBTLHJZGECP . River Dance celebration - MIKAKPUMEEWNTQVE . Side Slide celebration - VNDWDUDLMGRNHDNV . Speed Skating celebration - LHEHJZTPYYQDJQXB . The Flying Dive c…elebration - DBQDUXQTRWTVXYDC . The Prancing Bird celebration - TWVBIXYACAOLGOWO How to perform the celebrations: . LT + B - African Dance . LT + A - Baby Cradle . LT + Y - Flying Dive . RB + A - Ice Skating . RB + B - Prancing Bird . RB + X - River Dance . RB + Y - Side Slide (MORE)
The FIFA world cup is held once every 4 years. The last one was in 2010, in South Africa. The next one will be in 2014 in Brazil.
The purpose of F.I.F.A is to find out whih is the best country in the world.
because the country that gets it has an economical advantage, and its also a symbol of pride for that country. lol in simple words, bragging rights nqwhcbhdbscbscbhbc
No the rules have changed no country can keep the world cup as it is a rotating cup.
There was no world cup in the year 1996, it was held in 1994 and in1998.