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FIFA World Cup 2014 | Brasilia: Host City Profile

Built from scratch between 1956 and 1960 to give the nation a new capital, Brasilia is the epitome of urban legend.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Cuiabá: Host City Profile

The ‘pequeno’ of them all, Cuiabá, the capital of the state of Mato Grasso, is the smallest host city of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Curitiba: Host City Profile

Keen to market itself as not just another urban sprawl, the capital of the state of Paraná is Brazil’s budding model city.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Fortaleza: Host City Profile

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.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Manaus: Host City Profile

Home to almost two million people, Manaus sits in the heart of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest and is the only World Cup host city located in the northwest fringes of the country.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Natal: Host City Profile

Named so after being established as settlement on December 25th 1599, Natal is Brazil’s ‘Christmas town’ in perennial holiday season.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Porto Alegro: Host City Profile

Set in the heartland of Brazil’s deep south, Porto Alegro is the latin-infused hub on the doorstep of South America’s cowboy country.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | England: A Brief World Cup History

Of all the images associated with England and sporting success, there is one picture which continues to remain more iconic than most.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Recife: Host City Profile

Some of the country’s best beaches are the main lure to this coastal city also known as the Brazilian Venice.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Rio De Janeiro: Host City Profile

Always in contention for “Most Beautiful City on Earth” gongs, there’s a lot more to Rio than just Carnival and the Copacabana.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Salvador: Host City Profile

The capital of the north-eastern state of Bahia, Salvador is the rhythmic heartbeat of the country’s Afro-Brazilian Culture, and hosts a repeat of the 2010 World Cup final between Spain and Netherlands.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | São Paulo: Host City Profile

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

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Belo Horizonte: Host City Profile

“BH” to its locals, the inland city’s dramatic location and big-city buzz is preparing to broaden a new wave of travellers’ horizons, as it prepares to host six games at the FIFA World Cup 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Brazil: A Brief World Cup History

Joga bonito they call it in Brazil and few adhere so strictly to the dictum of practicing and preaching as the Seleção.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Argentina: A Brief World Cup History

"Our Diego, who is on the pitches, hallowed be thy left hand, bring us your magic. Make your goals remembered on earth as in heaven." So goes the Church of Maradona's version of the Lord's Prayer

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Italy: A Brief World Cup History

Be it Marco Tardelli's famous wild-eyed celebration in 1982 or Roberto Baggio rooted to the spot after missing form a penalty in the final in 1994, Italy have provided some of the most dramatic scenes that the World Cup has witnessed throughout its history.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Spain: A Brief World Cup History

There were four minutes left on the clock when Andrés Iniesta's locked eyes on the ball before disappearing under an avalanche of his delirious team-mates

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Japan: A Brief World Cup History

It had taken 68 years but Japan finally made it to a World Cup in France in 1998.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | United States: A Brief World Cup History

Few teams were enthused about the prospect of making the long and difficult journey to Uruguay in 1930 but one of those that did make it was the US

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Netherlands: A Brief World Cup History

There is 120 seconds gone in the final of the 1974 World Cup before a German player gets to touch the ball first time in the match.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Germany: A Brief World Cup History

When Germany hosted the World Cup in 2006, its importance cannot be understated. By then the time was ripe for the country to move on from the horrors of the past and to feel pride in the nation once again..

FIFA World Cup 2014 | France: A Brief World Cup History

The first World Cup may have been held in South America but it was a European, or more specifically the Frenchman Lucien Laurent, who scored the tournament's first ever goal.

FIFA World Cup 2014 | Australia: A Brief World Cup History

It's 1998 and Australia are 2-0 up in a play-off match against Iran..

FIFAワールドカップにおける日本の歴史

1998年のフランス大会において68年越しの 悲願のワールドカップ初出場を決めた日本代表であったが、

Breve storia dell'Italia alla Coppa del Mondo FIFA

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.

Een korte geschiedenis van de Nederland op de FIFA World Cup

Pas als er 120 seconden gespeeld zijn tijdens de finale van de Wereldkampioenschappen in 1974, maakt de eerste Duitse speler balcontact tijdens de wedstrijd.

Uma breve história do Brasil na Copa do Mundo da FIFA

Ninguem coloca em prática a expressão "Joga bonito" como a Seleção Brasileira. Para a Seleção, um jogo bom é um jogo bonito.