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All you need to know about the 2014 World Cup in Brazil
Have you ever tried to imagine what the biggest soccer tournament on the planet taking place in Brazil would be like? The answer is that the tournament cannot be defined in terms of a mere tournament anymore, but it is a real festival. The 2014 World Cup is also the festival we are talking about. In the days leading up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, let’s take a look back at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
About World Cup 2014
Every 4 years, the world’s largest football championship on the planet will return, and the stop of this tournament in 2014 is the South American country Brazil. Brazil is famous as a paradise for football, this country also produces many world football legends. In the race to win the right to host, Brazil had to face Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia. However, fortunately for them, Colombia has announced its withdrawal from the race on the grounds of hosting the U20 women’s football championship, while Argentina has been the host country of the World Cup before, so, Choosing Brazil as the host country for the World Cup is a very reasonable and correct decision. This is the 20th World Cup and also the World Cup held in a South American country for the second time, before that, Argentina was the champion.
When will the 2014 World Cup take place?
Normally, the time of the World Cup always encapsulates 1 month of summer. This is considered as the most suitable time so that the players are not entangled with their own schedules as well as physically and mentally ready to contribute beautiful performances at the World Cup. The 2014 World Cup took place on June 13 and ended on July 14, 2014. The opening match was between the host country Brazil and the Croatia national team at the Arena Corinthians stadium, and also at this stadium, fans around the world witnessed the German national team crowned champion.
2014 World Cup squad
32 teams representing 32 countries with the strongest football on all continents have set foot in Brazil to participate in the race to the world championship. Group A includes Brazil, Mexico, Croatia and Cameroon; Group B includes the Netherlands, Chile, Spain, and Australia; Group C includes Colombia, Greece, Ivory Coast and Japan; Group D includes Costa Rica, Uruguay, Italy and England; Group E includes France, Switzerland, Ecuador and Honduras; Group F includes Argentina, Nigeria, Iran and Bosnia and Herzegovina; Group G includes Germany, the United States, Portugal and Ghana; Group H includes Belgium, Algeria, Russia and South Korea.
Venue of matches
Rounds were held in turn in 12 big and famous cities of Brazil, including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, Brasília, Belém, Campo Grande, Cuiabá, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Fortaleza, Goiania, Manaus, Natal, Recife/Olinda. These cities were announced to the teams on 31 May 2009 so that the teams could be aware of their travel and competition schedules.
FIFA’s referee committee has appointed 25 referee teams from 43 different countries of all 6 Confederations of Football to serve the 2014 World Cup. The specific list is as follows:
Asia: Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan), Yuichi Nishimura (Japan), Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain), Ben Williams (Australia); Africa: Noumandiez Doue (Ivory Coast), Bakary Gassama (Gambia), Djamel Haimoudi (Algeria)
CONCACAF Region: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador), Mark Geiger (USA), Marco Rodriguez Moreno (Mexico)
Americas: Enrique Osses (Chile), Nestor Pitana (Argentina), Wilmar Roldan (Colombia), Sandro Ricci (Brazil), Carlos Vera Rodriguez (Ecuador)
Oceania: Peter O’Leary (New Zealand)
Europe: Felix Brych (Germany), Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey), Jonas Eriksson (Sweden), Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands), Milorad Mazic (Serbia), Pedro Proenca (Portugal), Nicola Rizzoli (Italy), Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain), Howard Webb (England).
The official schedule of the 2014 World Cup has been updated for the participating countries before the official tournament time. Brazil won with a comeback against Croatia in their season opener on 12 June 2014 at the Arena Corinthians stadium. Group stage matches run from June 12 to June 26, 2014. The strongest round of 16 runs from June 26 to July 1, 2014. Quarterfinals from July 4 to 5. July 2014. Semi-finals from 8 July to 9 July 2014. Play-off for 3rd place on 12 July and the final round between Germany and Argentina took place on 13 July 2014. .
Official song and tournament mascot
FIFA and Sony Music have announced the official song of the tournament is “We Are One (Ole Ola)” performed by Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte. But the most played song in the stands in 2014 was Shakira’s Dare (La la la). The mascot of the largest football festival on the planet in Brazil is the tatu and was named “Fuleco ” after the above poll to choose a name for the mascot with 3 names given. Fuleco received 48% of the votes, more than Zuzeco and Amijubi.
World Cup 2014 Winner
The candidate for the title of champion at the 2014 World Cup is none other than the host country Brazil because almost all the players playing for this team are famous and classy players in the clubs. big in the world. Besides, there are still bright candidates for the championship such as Germany, Belgium, Argentina, and Croatia. Brazil got off to a pretty good start at the 2014 World Cup when they easily beat Croatia 3-1, beat Cameroon 4-1, and drew Mexico with a score of 0-0. In the quarter-finals, Brazil had to face a lot of difficulties to beat Colombia with a score of 2-1 on penalties, but it wasn’t until the semi-final between Brazil and Germany happened that football fans in the host country were disappointed. The home team Brazil completely let the German national team play overwhelmingly due to the lack of captain Neymar, before he was injured so he could not play. Not only that, Thiago Silva received a penalty card and could only sit and watch his teammates fight on the bench. Within 30 minutes of the first half, Brazil had to concede 5 goals. In front of thousands of spectators at home, the Brazilian team received the most painful defeat against the German team. It was the most embarrassing and forgettable moment of the 2014 World Cup season in the most football-loving country in the world – Brazil.
In the end, Germany won the championship, which was also the 4th time they held the throne of world football. Argentina stopped in second place. After that, Brazil also continued to lose to the Netherlands in the 3rd place match with a score of 3-0. Closing a sad World Cup season with this team.
Interesting things at the 2014 World Cup
Brazuca ball: This is considered as the symbolic ball of the host country, it means Brazilian people, alluding to the deep love of football of the people in this country.
Goal identification technology first appeared, with 14 large cameras installed in every corner of the stadium, the 2014 World Cup was named the most transparent and fair World Cup in football history.
Manaus Stadium, where matches with the participation of big teams such as England, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland will be turned into a prison after the World Cup ends.
The information about the 2014 World Cup above certainly helped you get the most basic perspective on the biggest football festival on the planet, these are also the necessary stepping stones for you to understand and prepare for the 2022 World Cup Betting in Qatar. more.