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FIFA WORLD CUP FINAL MATCHES 
(1930-2010)




Overview of Fifa World Cup Host Countries 1930-2014



Overview of Fifa World Cup Host Countries 1930-2022



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    19) 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
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    • Winner: Spain
    • Runners-Up: Netherlands
    • Third: Germany
    • Fourth: Uruguay
    • adidas Golden Ball: Diego FORLAN (URU)
    • adidas Golden Boot: Thomas MUELLER (GER)
    • Best Young Player Award: Thomas MUELLER (GER)
    • adidas Golden Glove: Iker CASILLAS (ESP)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Spain

    • Teams: 32
    • When: 11 June 2010 to 11 July 2010
    • Final: 11 July 2010
    • Matches: 64
    • Goals Scored: 145 (average 2.3 per match)
    • Attendance: 3178856 (average 49669)



    18) 2006  FIFA World Cup Germany
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    • Winner: Italy
    • Runners-Up: France
    • Third: Germany
    • Fourth: Portugal
    • adidas Golden Ball: Zinedine ZIDANE (FRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Miroslav KLOSE (GER)
    • Yashin Award for the Best Goalkeeper: Gianluigi BUFFON (ITA)
    • Best Young Player Award: Lukas PODOLSKI (GER)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Spain, Brazil

    • Teams: 32
    • When: 09 June 2006 to 09 July 2006
    • Final: 09 July 2006
    • Matches: 64
    • Goals Scored: 147 (average 2.3 per match)
    • Attendance: 3359439 (average 52491)


      See also:
    1. Italy conquer the world as Germany wins friends
    2. FIFA World Cup Finals 2006 Germany First Round Matches
    3. FIFA World Cup Finals 2006 Player Quater Final Matches
    4. FIFA World Cup Finals 2006 Player Details&Club Affiliations
     17) 2002  FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan
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    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: Germany
    • Third: Turkey
    • Fourth: Korea Republic
    • adidas Golden Ball: Oliver KAHN (GER)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: RONALDO (BRA)
    • Yashin Award for the Best Goalkeeper: Oliver KAHN (GER)
    • Best Young Player Award: Landon DONOVAN (USA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Belgium

    • Teams: 32
    • When: 31 May 2002 to 30 June 2002
    • Final: 30 June 2002
    • Matches: 64
    • Goals Scored: 161 (average 2.5 per match)
    • Attendance: 2705197 (average 42268)
    16) 1998  FIFA World Cup France
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    • Winner: France
    • Runners-Up: Brazil
    • Third: Croatia
    • Fourth: Netherlands
    • adidas Golden Ball: RONALDO (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Davor SUKER (CRO)
    • Yashin Award for the Best Goalkeeper: Fabien BARTHEZ (FRA)
    • Best Young Player Award: Michael OWEN (ENG)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: England, France

    • Teams: 32
    • When: 10 June 1998 to 12 July 1998
    • Final: 12 July 1998
    • Matches: 64
    • Goals Scored: 171 (average 2.7 per match)
    • Attendance: 2785100 (average 43517)


    15) 1994  FIFA World Cup United States of America (USA)
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    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: Italy
    • Third: Sweden
    • Fourth: Bulgaria
    • adidas Golden Ball: ROMÁRIO (Romário de Souza Faria) (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Oleg SALENKO (RUS),
    • Hristo STOICHKOV (BUL)
    • Yashin Award for the Best Goalkeeper: Michel PREUDHOMME (BEL)
    • Best Young Player Award: Marc OVERMARS (NED)


    • Teams: 24
    • When: 17 June 1994 to 17 July 1994
    • Final: 17 July 1994
    • Matches: 52
    • Goals Scored: 141 (average 2.7 per match)
    • Attendance: 3587538 (average 68991)


    14) 1990  FIFA World Cup Italy
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    • Winner: Germany FR
    • Runners-Up: Argentina
    • Third: Italy
    • Fourth: England
    • adidas Golden Ball: Salvatore SCHILLACI (ITA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Salvatore SCHILLACI (ITA)
    • Best Young Player Award: Robert PROSINECKI (CRO)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: England

    • Teams: 24
    • When: 08 June 1990 to 08 July 1990
    • Final: 08 July 1990
    • Matches: 52
    • Goals Scored: 115 (average 2.2 per match)
    • Attendance: 2516215 (average 48388)
    13) 1986  FIFA World Cup Mexico
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    • Winner: Argentina
    • Runners-Up: Germany FR
    • Third: France
    • Fourth: Belgium
    • adidas Golden Ball: Diego MARADONA (ARG)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Gary LINEKER (ENG)
    • Best Young Player Award: Enzo SCIFO (BEL)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Brazil

    • Teams: 24
    • When: 31 May 1986 to 29 June 1986
    • Final: 29 June 1986
    • Matches: 52
    • Goals Scored: 132 (average 2.5 per match)
    • Attendance: 2394031 (average 46039)
    12) 1982  FIFA World Cup Spain
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    • Winner: Italy
    • Runners-Up: Germany FR
    • Third: Poland
    • Fourth: France
    • adidas Golden Ball: Paolo ROSSI (ITA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Paolo ROSSI (ITA)
    • Best Young Player Award: Manuel AMOROS (FRA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Brazil

    • Teams: 24
    • When: 13 June 1982 to 11 July 1982
    • Final: 11 July 1982
    • Matches: 52
    • Goals Scored: 146 (average 2.8 per match)
    • Attendance: 2109723 (average 40571)
    11) 1978  FIFA World Cup Argentina
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    • Winner: Argentina
    • Runners-Up: Netherlands
    • Third: Brazil
    • Fourth: Italy
    • Golden Shoe: Mario KEMPES (ARG)
    • Best Young Player Award: Antonio CABRINI (ITA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Argentina

    • Teams: 16
    • When: 01 June 1978 to 25 June 1978
    • Final: 25 June 1978
    • Matches: 38
    • Goals Scored: 102 (average 2.7 per match)
    • Attendance: 1545791 (average 40678)
    10) 1974  FIFA World Cup Germany
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    • Winner: Germany FR
    • Runners-Up: Netherlands
    • Third: Poland
    • Fourth: Brazil
    • Golden Shoe: Grzegorz LATO (POL)
    • Best Young Player Award: Wladyslaw ZMUDA (POL)

    • Teams: 16
    • When: 13 June 1974 to 07 July 1974
    • Final: 07 July 1974
    • Matches: 38
    • Goals Scored: 97 (average 2.6 per match)
    • Attendance: 1865753 (average 49098) 
    9) 1970  FIFA World Cup Mexico
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    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: Italy
    • Third: Germany FR
    • Fourth: Uruguay
    • Golden Shoe: Gerd MUELLER (GER)
    • Best Young Player Award: Teofilo CUBILLAS (PER)


    • Teams: 16
    • When: 31 May 1970 to 21 June 1970
    • Final: 21 June 1970
    • Matches: 32
    • Goals Scored: 95 (average 3.0 per match)
    • Attendance: 1603975 (average 50124)
     See also: 
    1. Mexico in thrall to Brazilians' beautiful game
    2. FIFA World Cup Finals Mexico 1970
    8) 1966  FIFA World Cup England
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    • Winner: England
    • Runners-Up: Germany FR
    • Third: Portugal
    • Fourth: Soviet Union
    • Golden Shoe: EUSEBIO (Eusebio da Silva Ferreira) (POR)
    • Best Young Player Award: Franz BECKENBAUER (GER)


    • Teams: 16
    • When: 11 July 1966 to 30 July 1966
    • Final: 30 July 1966
    • Matches: 32
    • Goals Scored: 89 (average 2.8 per match)
    • Attendance: 1563135 (average 48847)


      7) 1962  FIFA World Cup Chile
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      • Winner: Brazil
        • Runners-Up: Czechoslovakia
        • Third: Chile
        • Fourth: Yugoslavia
        • Golden Shoe: Florian ALBERT (HUN),
        • Valentin IVANOV (URS),
        • Drazen JERKOVIC (YUG),
        • Leonel SANCHEZ (CHI),
        • VAVA (BRA),
        • GARRINCHA (BRA)
        • Best Young Player Award: Florian ALBERT (HUN)

      • Teams: 16
      • When: 30 May 1962 to 17 June 1962
      • Final: 17 June 1962
      • Matches: 32
      • Goals Scored: 89 (average 2.8 per match)
      • Attendance: 893172 (average 27911)
      6) 1958  FIFA World Cup Sweden
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      • Winner: Brazil
      • Runners-Up: Sweden
      • Third: France
      • Fourth: Germany FR
      • Golden Shoe: Just FONTAINE (FRA)
      • Best Young Player Award: PELÉ (Edson Arantes do Nascimento) (BRA)

      • Teams: 16
      • When: 08 June 1958 to 29 June 1958
      • Final: 29 June 1958
      • Matches: 35
      • Goals Scored: 126 (average 3.6 per match)
      • Attendance: 819810 (average 23423)

       See also: 
      1. A star is born as Brazil are champions at last
      2. FIFA World Cup Finals Sweden 1958
      5) 1954  FIFA World Cup Switzerland
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      • Winner: Germany FR
      • Runners-Up: Hungary
      • Third: Austria
      • Fourth: Uruguay
      • Golden Shoe: Sandor KOCSIS (HUN)


      • Teams: 16
      • When: 16 June 1954 to 04 July 1954
      • Final: 04 July 1954
      • Matches: 26
      • Goals Scored: 140 (average 5.4 per match)
      • Attendance: 768607 (average 29561)
      4) 1950  FIFA World Cup Brazil
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      • Winner: Uruguay
      • Runners-Up: Brazil
      • Third: Sweden
      • Fourth: Spain
      • Golden Shoe: ADEMIR (BRA)

      • Teams: 13
      • When: 24 June 1950 to 16 July 1950
      • Final: 16 July 1950
      • Matches: 22
      • Goals Scored: 88 (average 4.0 per match)
      • Attendance: 1045246 (average 47511)
       See also: 
      1. Uruguay triumph brings heartbreak for Brazil
      2. FIFA World Cup Finals Brazil 1950
      3) 1938  FIFA World Cup France
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      • Winner: Italy
      • Runners-Up: Hungary
      • Third: Brazil
      • Fourth: Sweden
      • Golden Shoe: LEONIDAS (BRA)

      • Teams: 15
      • When: 04 June 1938 to 19 June 1938
      • Final: 19 June 1938
      • Matches: 18
      • Goals Scored: 84 (average 4.7 per match)
      • Attendance: 375700 (average 20872)
      2) 1934 FIFA World Cup Italy
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      • Winner: Italy
      • Runners-Up: Czechoslovakia
      • Third: Germany
      • Fourth: Austria
      • Golden Shoe: Oldrich NEJEDLY (TCH)

      • Teams: 16
      • When: 27 May 1934 to 10 June 1934
      • Final: 10 June 1934
      • Matches: 17
      • Goals Scored: 70 (average 4.1 per match)
      • Attendance: 363000 (average 21352)
      1) 1930 FIFA World Cup Uruguay
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      • Winner: Uruguay
      • Runners-Up: Argentina
      • Third: USA
      • Fourth: Yugoslavia
      • Golden Shoe: Guillermo STABILE (ARG)

      • Teams: 13
      • When: 13 July 1930 to 30 July 1930
      • Final: 30 July 1930
      • Matches: 18
      • Goals Scored: 70 (average 3.9 per match)
      • Attendance: 590549 (average 32808)
      See also: 
      1. Host Uruguay beat arch-rivals to first world crown
      2.  FIFA World Cup Finals 1930

      The History of the Official World Cup Match Balls



      The First World Cup Soccer Ball (1930)

      1930 World Cup Soccer Ball of "Tiento"
      One of the two soccer balls used in the first 1930 World Cup final between Argentina and Uruguay is shown above. This leather football was used in the final match and taken by an Uruguayan team player. It may have even played a part in the outcome of the first world cup in 1930.  Argentina and Uruguay could  not agree on which ball to use.  So they decided to use an Argentinean ball the first half and a ball supplied by Uruguay the second half.  As it turned out, Argentina was ahead at halftime 2-1.  However; Uruguay came back to win the match in the second half 4-2 using their ball!

      Uruguay hosted the first world cup tournament in 1930

      Uruguay 1930 World Cup Team Picture
      Uruguay won the first world cup tournament in 1930.  The ball shown in the picture above is in much better shape than the one shown above!

      The final between the South American rivals lived up to billing. Each side held the lead for stretches in the first half, but Uruguayan striker Pedro Cea equalized at 2-2, 12 minutes into the second half. Victoriano Santos Iriarte scored the game-winner for Uruguay in the 68th minute, and Hector Castro’s strike in injury time sealed the victory, setting the final score at 4-2 in favor of Uruguay.   


      The 1930 World Cup United States Soccer Team
      (Back Row: Left to Right: Bob Millar (Coach), Jimmy Gallagher, Alexander Wood, Jimmy Douglas, George Moorhouse, Ralph Tracy, Andy Auld, Jack Coll (Physician). Front Row: Left to Right: Jim Brown, Billy Gonsalves, Bert Patenaude, Tom Florie, Bart McGhee.)

      The 1930 World Cup United States soccer team qualified for the semifinals.
      The United States team consisted of the same lineup for all three games: goalkeeper Jimmy Douglas of the New York Nationals, right back Alexander Wood of Detroit Holley Carburetor, outside left Bart McGee (NY Nationals), center back Raphael Tracey (St. Louis Ben Millers), left halfback Andy Auld (Providence Gold Bugs), inside left Tom Florie (the captain, New Bedford Whalers), center forward Bert Patenaude (Fall River Marksmen), inside right Billy Gonsalves (Fall River Marksmen), and outside right James Brown (NY Giants). George Moorehouse played both fullback and wing forward.  He played in the original American Soccer League from 1923-1931, mostly for the New York Giants. Jimmy Gallagher played both wing half and wing forward.  He also played for the original American Soccer League, from 1921-1931, for several

      different teams. 


      Montevideo, July 26th, 1930. Exceptional view of the match between the US and Argentina disputed at the Centenario Stadium. US Goalkeeper Jimmy Douglas is recovering the ball with George Moorehouse (we believe) next to him.

      For details, please visit to the website: 
      SoccerBallWorld.Com: 


      Telstar : Mexico, 1970


      Adidas started to make soccer balls in 1963 but made the first official FIFA World Cup ball in 1970. This is the first ball used in the World Cup to use the Buckminster type of design. Also, the first ball with 32 black and white panels. The TELSTAR was more visible on black and white televisions (1970 FIFA World Cup Mexico™ was the first to be broadcast live on television). 

      Telstar Durlast R : West Germany, 1974  

      Two match balls were used in 1974 – adidas Telstar was updated with new black branding        replacing the gold branding and a new all-white version of Telstar named adidas Chile was introduced. 1974 was also the first time World Cup match balls could carry names and logos.


      Tango Durlast: Argentina, 1978 The ball design represented elegance, dynamism and passion.  
      The 1978 match ball included 20 panels with triads that created an optical impression of 12 identical circles. The Tango inspired the match ball design for the following five World Cup tournaments.

      Tango Espana: Spain, 1982
      Adidas introduced a new ball which had rubber inlaid over the seams to prevent water from seeping through. The first ball with water-resistant qualities. General wear from kicking however meant the rubber began to wear after a short time and needed to be replaced during the game. The last genuine leather world cup ball. 


      Azteca : México, 1986

      The FIFA World Cup Mexico, saw the introduction of the first polyurethane coated ball which was rain-resistant. The first synthetic match ball, with good qualities on hard and wet surfaces. 

      The ball was the first to include designs inspired by the host nation. The Azteca was elegantly decorated with designs inspired by Mexico’s Aztec architecture and murals.





      Etrusco:  Italy, 1990


      The first ball with an internal layer of black polyurethane foam.The name and design paid homage to Italy’s history and the fine art of the Etruscans.





      Questra: USA, 1994


      FIFA World Cup USA, 1994, official ball which was enveloped in a layer of polystyrene foam.

      This not only made it more waterproof but allowed the ball greater acceleration when kicked. The new game ball felt softer to the touch. Improved ball control and higher velocity during play.


      The ball’s design represents space technology, high velocity rockets and America’s “quest for the stars.”





      Tricolore: France, 1998






      By 1998, FIFA World Cup France was played with a ball which sported the French red-white-blue tri-color. A complete departure from the old traditional black and white pattern.  The first official World Cup colored soccer ball.  The TRICOLORE used underglass print technology with a thin layer of syntactic foam.



            
      Fevernova TM : Korea Japan, 2002

             For FIFA World Cup Korea Japan, 2002, Adidas created a new ball made up of thicker inner layers to increase the accuracy of the ball in flight. Fevernova included a refined syntactic foam layer that allowed for more precise and predictable flight path. Asian culture inspired the revolutionary colorful look.


      Teamgeist Germany, Berlin and Final Ball 2006      

      A radically new configuration reduced the amount of panel touch points forming a smooth and perfectly round exterior that improved accuracy and control. Prior to the Teamgeist, the surface of World Cup match balls had notable differences depending on where a player would strike the ball due to seams, ridges and other imperfections where panels come together. The revolutionary propeller design of the Teamgeist minimized corners and         created a smoother surface for improved play. The ball was designed with traditional colors of the German flag and was accentuated with the golden color of the World Cup trophy.

      Jabulani - the Official Match Ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.             
       
      The Jabulani featured a new grip n groove technology that provided players a ball with stable flight and grip under all conditions. With eight thermally bonded 3-D panels that were spherically molded for the first time, the Jabulani was more round and accurate than its predecessors.

      Jo'bulani - the Gold Final Official Match Ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.

      2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Adidas Brazuca
      Brazuca was confirmed as the match ball name after a public vote in Brazil, participated in by more than one million soccer fans in the host country.



      For details, please visit to the website: 
      SoccerBallWorld.Com: http://www.soccerballworld.com/HistoryWCBalls.htm


      HISTORY OF FIFA

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      FORMAT OF THE FIFA WORLD CUP FINAL COMPETITIONS 1930-2010





      Emm...I think that's a few things about FIFA World Cup from 1930 until 2014. Hope can help everyone to fullfill information about that. Can also leave comment too..hehhe..Tq














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