Showing posts with label FIFA WC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FIFA WC. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 Awards

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This article outlines the awards for the FIFA World Cup 2014 played in Brazil.



1. Golden Ball:
2. Golden Boot:
3. Golden Glove:
4. Best Young Player:
5. FIFA Fair Play Trophy:


Golden Ball: Lionel Messi (Arg)
Silver Ball: Thomas Muller (Ger)
Bronze Ball: Arjen Robben (Netherlands)

Golden Boot: James Rodriguez
Silver Boot: Thomas Muller
Bronze Boot: Neymar

Golden Glove:
Manuel Neuer

Shortlist for the Golden Glove:
Keylor Navas
Manuel Neuer
Sergio Romero

Best Young Player:
Paul Pogba

Shortlist for the Best Young Player
Memphis Depay
Paul Pogba
Raphael Varane

FIFA Fair Play Trophy:
Fair Play Award: Colombia

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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Balls Used In Previous FIFA World Cups

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Thanks to the technology, now even the kids will refuse to play with the balls used in earlier FIFA World Cups and a special thank to "Adidas" and "Sialkot(Pakistan)" for manufacturing balls for World Cup and other leagues. Their Football balls are used and loved around the globe. It merits mentioning here Sialkot is a City in Pakistan which is best known in the world for sports goods. Football fans want to know the balls used in previous World Cups so below is the list of images.


First FIFA World Cup: 1930 (T-Shape)












1934: (Twelve Panels)












1938: (Allen)












1950: (Super Duplot)












1954: (Swiss)












1958: (Top Start)












1962: (Crack)












1966: (Challenge)












1970: (Telstar)












1974: (Telstar Y chile Durlast)












1978: (Tango River Plate)













1982: (Tango Espana)













1986: (Azteca)













1990: (Etrusco Unico)












1994: (Questra)












1998: (Tricolore)












2002: (Fevernova)












2006: (Teamgeist)













2010: (Jabulani)












And finally 'Adidas Brazuca' for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
2014: (Brazuca)












Image credits: SBC

Leave us a comment below and tell us which one is your favourite.

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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Top 10 Must Watch players at FIFA WC 2014

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As the World Cup is getting closer (there are only 23 days left for the kick-off) football fans around the world are getting more and more excited day by day not only football fans but other sports lovers are also waiting for this mega event as this is most played game on the planet. So we thought we should make a list of notable players at the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014.
Leave us comment below and tell us about your thoughts.

10. Wayne Rooney
9. Eden Hazard
8. Andres Iniesta
7.Mesut Ozil

6. Arjen Robben
5. Naymar
4. Frank Ribery
3. Andrea Pirlo
2. Cristiano Ronaldo
1. Lionel Messi

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Monday, May 19, 2014

Top 10 strongest teams at FIFA WC 2014

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Definitely, the defending champion Spain is still one of the best teams in the world of football. Most of football fans are supporting Brazil, Spain, Germany, Argentina, Portugal, England, Italy as they are the best not doubt about that. Here's our list of predicted top 10 teams of FIFA World Cup 2014(Brazil). You don't have to agree with that. :-)
Leave us a comment below! and let us know about your top 10.

10. Chile
9. Colombia
8. France
7. Portugal
6. England
5. Netherlands
4. Germany
3. Argentina
2. Brazil
1. Spain

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The Renowned Players Missing FIFA WC 2014

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There are two different list's of player's who will not be playing FIFA WC 2014. First list contains the player's who aren't going to Brazil because the country they belong to didn't qualify for the WC 2014 and the second list below is filled with the player's who aren't picked by their respective manager's.

The players from the teams who haven't qualified for FIFA WC 2014

Petr Cech (Chelsea and Czech Republic)
David Alaba (Bayern Munich and Aurtria)
Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea and Serbia)
Daniel Agger (Liverpool and Denmark)
Marek Hamsik (Napoli and Slovakia)
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur and Denmark)
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Borussia Dortmund and Armenia)
Gareth Bale (Real Madrid and Wales)
Robert Lewandowksi (Borussia Dortmund and Poland)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-German and Sweden)
Arda Turan (Atletico Madrid and Turkey)
Stevan Jovetic (Manchester City and Montenegro)
Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund and Poland)

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The players who aren't picked or injured and will not participate in the WC 2014

Brazil: (Ricardo Kaka, Ronaldino, Robinho, Lucas Moura, Felipe Luis, Miranda, Rafinha, Coutinho)
France: (Frank Ribery, Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy)
Argentina: (Carlos Tevez, Lamela, Banega)
Portugal: (Ricardo Quaresma)
USA: (London Donovan)
Germany: (Marco Reus, Lars Bender, Schmelzer)
Croatia: (Mandzukic, Kranjcar )
Netherlands: (Van der Vaart)
Italy: (Montolivo, Giuseppe Rossi)

Mexico: (Luis Montes)
Colombia: (Falcao)

Note: List will be updated as we get more updates.

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

FIFA WC 14 Fixtures in Pakistan Time(Old)

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Note: The schedule has been updated, click here for updated timings.

Thursday 12 June 

01:00AM(Next day) Brazil v. Croatia

Friday 13 June

09:00PM Mexico v. Cameroon
12:00AM(Next day) Spain v. Netherlands
03:00AM(Next day) Chile v. Australia

Saturday 14 June

09:00AM(Next day) Colombia v. Greece
12:00AM(Next day) Uruguay v. Costa Rica
03:00AM(Next day) England v. Italy

Sunday 15 June

06:00AM(Next day) Côte d'Ivoire v. Japan 
09:00AM(Next day) Switzerland v. Ecuador 
12:00AM(Next day) France v. Honduras 
03:00AM(Next day) Argentina v. Bosnia-Herzegovina

Monday 16 June

09:00PM Germany v. Portugal 
12:00AM(Next day) Iran v. Nigeria 
03:00AM(Next day) Ghana v. USA

Tuesday 17 June

09:00PM Belgium v. Algeria
12:00AM(Next day) Brazil v. Mexico
03:00AM(Next day) Russia v. South Korea

Wednesday 18 June

09:00PM Australia v. Netherlands 
12:00AM(Next day) Spain v. Chile 
03:00AM(Next day) Cameroon v. Croatia

Thursday 19 June

09:00PM Colombia v. Côte d'Ivoire
12:00AM(Next day) Uruguay v. England
03:00AM(Next day) Japan v. Greece

Friday 20 June

09:00PM Italy v. Costa Rica
12:00AM(Next day) Switzerland v. France
03:00AM(Next day) Honduras v. Ecuador

Saturday 21 June

09:00PM Argentina v. Iran
12:00AM(Next day) Germany v. Ghana
03:00AM(Next day) Nigeria v. Bosnia-Herzegovina

Sunday 22 June

09:00PM Belgium v. Russia
12:00AM(Next day) South Korea v. Algeria
03:00AM(Next day) USA v. Portugal

Monday 23 June

09:00PM Australia v. Spain
09:00PM Netherlands v. Chile
01:00AM(Next day) Cameroon v. Brazil
01:00AM(Next day) Croatia v. Mexico

Tuesday 24 June

09:00PM Costa Rica v. England
09:00PM Italy v. Uruguay
01:00AM(Next day) Greece v. Côte d'Ivoire
01:00AM(Next day) Japan v. Colombia
 
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Wednesday 25 June

09:00PM Bosnia-Herzegovina v. Iran
09:00PM Nigeria v. Argentina
01:00AM(Next day) Ecuador v. France
01:00AM(Next day) Honduras v. Switzerland

Thursday 26 June

09:00PM Portugal v. Ghana
09:00PM USA v. Germany
01:00AM(Next day) Algeria v. Russia
01:00AM(Next day) South Korea v. Belgium

Saturday 28 June

09:00PM Group A Winner v. Group B Second Place
01:00AM(Next day) Group C Winner v. Group D Second Place

Sunday 29 June

09:00PM Group B Winner v. Group A Second Place
01:00AM(Next day) Group D Winner v. Group C Second Place

Monday 30 June

09:00PM Group E Winner v. Group F Second Place
01:00AM(Next day) Group G Winner v. Group H Second Place

Tuesday 1 July

09:00PM Group F Winner v. Group E Second Place
01:00AM(Next day) Group H Winner v. Group G Second Place

Friday 4 July

09:00PM Quarter-Finalist 5 v. Quarter-Finalist 6
01:00AM(Next day) Quarter-Finalist 1 v. Quarter-Finalist 2

Saturday 5 July

09:00PM Quarter-Finalist 7 v. Quarter-Finalist 8
01:00AM(Next day) Quarter-Finalist 3 v. Quarter-Finalist 4

Tuesday 8 July

Semi-Final 1
01:00AM(Next day) Winner Quarter-Final 1 v. Winner Quarter-Final 2

Wednesday 9 July

Semi-Final 2
01:00AM(Next day) Winner Quarter-Final 3 v. Winner Quarter-Final 4

Saturday 12 July

3rd/4th place match
01:00AM(Next day) Semi-Final 1 Loser v. Semi-Final 2 Loser

Sunday 13 July 

Final 

12:00AM(Next day) Semi-Final 1 Winner v. Semi-Final 2 Winner

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