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World Cup 2014

The World Cup delivered on the enjoyment as always as the creme de la creme hit the field. It was fun to watch the games in public places with everyone in jerseys rooting for different teams. 177 more words

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The most impressive opening ceremony in the World Cup history

With the budget up to 90 million USD and the participation of a lot of top stars in the entertainment world, the World Cup 2014 opening ceremony was the liveliest one in the World Cup history. 362 more words

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World Cup Controversy

By: Justin Hockaday

The roar of the crowd pulsated through television sets, eardrums and the hearts of millions across the globe. In the proverbial City of God, Rio de Janiero, Brazil the climactic religious event unfolded before millions. 1,965 more words



Prince Harry’s Invictus Games is raising awareness of the achievements of injured armed forces personnel and the games have once again spurred conversations about the legacy of big sporting events – in this case how the event might benefit injured personnel in years to come.  854 more words

Football For Health

FIFA banks record revenue of $2B in 2014, turns profit of $337M from Brazil’s $15B World Cup

AP and Business Insider ZURICH (March 20) — The World Cup’s commercial power led to record revenue of $2 billion for FIFA last year, with $337 million in profits coming from the four-year cycle leading up to the 2014 soccer tournament in Brazil. 524 more words

Brazil legend Pele to lease forehead for commercial advertising

Pele is rightly known as one of the greatest footballers to have ever graced this planet. He won three World Cups and (apparently) scored over 1000 career goals – a true great… 341 more words


2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: Build-Up, Tournament & Legacy

Build Up

Sepp Blatter continued on from South Africa 2010 by taking the representation of the World Cup away from Europe in consecutive tournaments by opting to only allow South American countries the opportunity to put on the 2014 show. 3,049 more words