Getty Images World Cup team of 46 photographers shot around 600,000 pictures in Brazil and out of these came our favourite 20! Vote for your favourite
As the tournament wraps up, we shine a light on Rio from higher perspective – as in literally from up in the clouds.
Our editors are updating this selection of the best photos from the FIFA World Cup 2014 tournament being contested in Brazil.
Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better know as Pelé, is regarded by many as the best player of all time.
Built from scratch between 1956 and 1960 to give the nation a new capital, Brasilia is the epitome of urban legend.
It’s hot, it’s humid. Capital of the state of Ceará and the sunshine capital of Brazil, Fortaleza is one the country’s most addictive tastes of the tropics.
Brazil’s economic and cultural powerhouse, São Paolo (a.k.a. ‘Sampa’) is not only the country’s biggest city but also the largest metropolis in the Southern Hemisphere, and will host the opening game of the FIFA World Cup 2014
Joga bonito they call it in Brazil and few adhere so strictly to the dictum of practicing and preaching as the Seleção.
Last year, Laurence Griffiths used his Getty Images Editorial Fellowship to document football in the favelas of Rio and what it means to the children there. Here's his behind the scenes diary...
Dall'emozionante esaltazione di Marco Tardelli nel 1982 all'immobile disperazione di Roberto Baggio dopo il rigore sbagliato nella finale del 1994, l'Italia ha offerto alcuni dei momenti più drammatici e indimenticabili nella storia della Coppa del Mondo.
Pas als er 120 seconden gespeeld zijn tijdens de finale van de Wereldkampioenschappen in 1974, maakt de eerste Duitse speler balcontact tijdens de wedstrijd.
Ninguem coloca em prática a expressão "Joga bonito" como a Seleção Brasileira. Para a Seleção, um jogo bom é um jogo bonito.
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Life inside the favela communities of Rio De Janeiro with photographer Mario Tama.
Laurence Griffiths uses the Getty Images Editorial Fellowship to produce a short film on street football in Brazil...