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  • 1. 2014 FIFA World Cup FIFA World Cup 2014 FIFA World Cup was the 20th tournament soccer international to be held in 2014 in Brazil . This is the second time Brazil hosted the tournament (after 1950 ), Brazil will become the fifth country to ever menyeleggarai World Cup FIFA World Cup more than once, after Mexico , Italy , France and Germany . The tournament is also the first FIFA World Cup held in South America since Argentina in 1978 . Previously there was no South American country hosted the FIFA World Cup more than once. National football team from 31 countries have qualified through a qualifying competition which started in June 2011 to participate with the host nation Brazil in the final tournament. A total of 64 matches will be played in twelve cities in Brazil either a new stadium or rebuilt, with the tournament which begins with the group stage. For the first time in the World Cup Final, the game will use goal-line technology . [2] Spain are the defending champions, after defeating the Netherlands 1-0 in the 2010 World Cup Final to win his first World title.Previous four World Cup being held in South America, all of them won by the South American team. [3] In Indonesia , the 2014 FIFA World Cup was broadcast live by the quiz , AFP & Viva SKY Selection of the host On March 7, 2003, FIFA announced that the tournament will be held in South America for the first time since Argentina hosted the FIFA World Cup tournament in 1978 , in line with the policy of rotating the right to host the World Cup amongst different confederations. On June 3, 2003, CONMEBOL announced that Argentina , Brazil , and Colombia would be penyeleggara World Cup in 2014. [4] On March 17, 2004, the association CONMEBOL has chosen that have agreed to adopt Brazil as their sole candidate. Brazil formally declared their offerings in December 2006 and followed by Colombia a few days later. Special Argentina never materialized. On April 11, 2007, Colombia withdrew from the election of the host, Francisco Santos Calderón the vice president of Colombia announced that Colombia will instead host the World Cup 2011 FIFA U-20 . With this decision, Brazil became the sole official candidate to host the World Cup 2014. [6] Brazil memengankan right to host the match on October 30, 2007 as the only country that entered the bidding. Qualifications Qualifying draw for the 2014 FIFA World Cup took place at the Marina da Glória in Rio de Janeiro on July 30, 2011. [8] As the host, Brazil advanced to the finals automatically.
  • 2. Countries that qualify for the World Cup Countries that do not qualify Countries that do not fit Countries that are not members of FIFA 203 of the 208 FIFA national teams participating in the qualification phase, which began on June 15, 2011 and ended on 20 November 2013. 24th of 32 qualifiers, also qualified in previous tournaments . [9] [10] For the OFC region does not have a representative in the Finals World Cup for the first time since 2002 . On March 3, 2011, FIFA decided to distribute places in the finals [11] [12] :  Europe ( UEFA ) - 13 points  Asia ( AFC ) - 4 or 5 places  Africa ( CAF ) - 5 points  North and Central America, the Caribbean ( CONCACAF ) - 3 or 4 places  South America ( CONMEBOL ) - 4 or 5 places (+ Brazil qualified automatically as hosts, a total of 6 points)  Oceania ( OFC ) - 0 or 1 The venue of the Eighteen locations shown interest to host the World Cup: Belém , Belo Horizonte , Brasília , Campo Grande , Cuiabá , Curitiba , Florianópolis , Fortaleza , Goiânia , Maceió , Manaus , Natal , Porto Alegre , Recife , Rio Branco , Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and São Paulo . Maceió withdrew in January 2009. According to current FIFA habit, no more than one city may use two stadiums, and the number of host cities is limited between eight to ten of the city. Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) requested permission to wear 12 cities hosted the World Cup. On 26 December 2008, FIFA gave permission to the CBF plans to use the 12 cities. Even before the 12 host cities selected, there is little doubt that the chosen venue for the final match will be the Maracanã in the city of Rio de Janeiro , which also hosted the FIFA World Cup play- off in 1950 . CBF its original intention is to host the opening match at Estádio do Morumbi in São Paulo , the largest city in Brazil. However, on June 14, 2010 the stadium was removed from one of
  • 3. the stadiums hosting the tournament because of a failure to provide financial guarantees for the improvements needed to have as an eligible place. In late August 2010, the CBF announces that the opening match will held inArena Corinthians in São Paulo and although the stadium was originally designed to have a capacity of 48,000 seats, the project has been modified to increase to at least 65,000 to make it comply with the requirements for the opening game. 12 host cities for the 2014 FIFA World Cup were announced on May 31, 2009. Belém, Campo Grande, Florianópolis, Goiânia and Rio Branco rejected. Half of the host cities selected will have their games in new venues built specifically for the World Cup, while others renovated stadium. Reported U.S. $ 3.47 billion has been spent on the stadium project. Five of the cities host selected have places with a brand new custom built for the World Cup, while the National Stadium Mane Garrincha in the capital Brasilia was destroyed and rebuilt, and the remaining six were many renovated. [20] Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, already holds the record for attendance ( 199.854 ) for the FIFA World Cup Final match, which is the largest of the stadium and will host the finals. CBF originally intended to host the opening match in São Paulo at the Morumbi Stadium but was dropped in 2010 and replaced by the Arena Corinthians after failing to provide financial guarantees for the necessary repairs. The new stadium first, Castelao , in Fortaleza , began operating in January 2013. According to Joe Leahy of the Financial Times , a job in Castelao, "could be an example for other sporting public works", since the project is "coming in cheaper budget per seat "compared to the Maracanã stadium in Rio. Six of the space provided is being used during the FIFA Confederations Cup in 2013 . The completion of the Arena Corinthians has been hindered by a fatal crane collapse in November 2013 that destroyed part of the stadium, killing two construction workers. On January 22, 2014, FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke visited sites Arena da Baixada in Curitiba and stated that the city can be eliminated as a World Cup host city if adequate progress in the renovation of the arena was not shown on February 18 Official matches In March 2013, FIFA published a list of 52 candidate referees , each paired with two assistant referees, from all six confederations for a soccer tournament. [48] On January 14, 2014, the FIFA Referees Committee appointed 25 referees and eight support trio of duos that representing 43 different countries for the tournament. [49] [50] Confederation Referee Assistant
  • 4. AFC Ravshan Irmatov ( Uzbekistan ) Abdukhamidullo Rasulov ( Uzbekistan ) Bahadyr Kochkarov ( Kyrgyzstan ) Yuichi Nishimura ( Japan ) Toru Sagara ( Japan ) Toshiyuki Nagi ( Japan ) Nawaf Shukralla ( Bahrain ) Yaser Tulefat ( Bahrain ) Ebrahim Saleh ( Bahrain ) Ben Williams ( Australia ) Matthew Cream ( Australia ) Hakan Anaz ( Australia ) CAF Noumandiez Doue ( Cote d'Ivoire ) Songuifolo Yeo ( Ivory Coast ) Jean-Claude Birumushahu ( Burundi ) Bakary Gassama ( Gambia ) Evarist Menkouande ( Cameroon ) Felicien Kabanda ( Rwanda ) Haimoudi Djamel ( Algeria ) Abdelhalk Etchiali ( Algeria ) Redouane Achik ( Morocco ) CONCACAF Joel Aguilar ( El Salvador ) William Torres ( El Salvador ) Juan Zumba ( El Salvador ) Mark Geiger ( United States ) Mark Hurd ( United States ) Joe Fletcher ( Canada ) Marco Rodríguez ( Mexico ) Marvin Torrentera ( Mexico ) Marcos Quintero ( Mexico ) CONMEBOL Néstor Pitana ( Argentina ) Hernan Maidana ( Argentina ) Juan Pablo Belatti ( Argentina )
  • 5. Sandro Ricci ( Brazil ) Emerson De Carvalho ( Brazil ) Marcelo Van Gasse ( Brazil ) Enrique Osses ( Chile ) Carlos Astroza ( Chile ) Sergio Román ( Chile ) Wilmar Roldán ( Colombia ) Humberto Clavijo ( Colombia ) Eduardo Díaz ( Colombia ) Carlos Vera ( Ecuador ) Christian Lescano ( Ecuador ) Byron Romero ( Ecuador ) OFC Peter O'Leary ( New Zealand ) Jan-Hendrik Hintz ( New Zealand ) Ravinesh Kumar ( Fiji ) UEFA Felix Brych ( Germany ) Stefan Lupp ( Germany ) Mark Borsch ( Germany ) Cüneyt Çakır ( Turkey ) Bahattin Duran ( Turkey ) Pull Ongun ( Turkey ) Jonas Eriksson ( Sweden ) Mathias Clasenius ( Sweden ) Daniel Wärnmark ( Sweden ) Björn Kuipers ( Netherlands ) Sander van Roekel ( Netherlands ) Erwin Zeinstra ( Netherlands ) Milorad MAZIC ( Serbia ) Milovan Ristic ( Serbia ) Dalibor Djurdjevic ( Serbia ) Pedro Proenca ( Portugal ) Bertino Miranda ( Portugal ) Tiago Trigo ( Portugal )
  • 6. Nicola Rizzoli ( Italy ) Renato Faverani ( Italy ) Andrea Stefani ( Italy ) Carlos Velasco Carballo ( Spain ) Roberto Alonso Fernández ( Spain ) Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez ( Spain ) Howard Webb ( England ) Mike Mullarkey ( England ) Darren Cann ( UK ) Confederation Support referee Support Assistant AFC Alireza Faghani ( Iran ) Hassan Kamranifar ( Iran ) CAF Néant Alioum ( Cameroon ) Djibril Camara ( Senegal ) Daniel Bennett ( South Africa ) Aden Marwa ( Kenya ) CONCACAF Roberto Moreno ( Panama ) Eric Boria ( United States ) Walter López ( Guatemala ) Leonel Leal ( Costa Rica ) CONMEBOL Víctor Hugo Carrillo ( Peru ) Rodney Aquino ( Paraguay ) OFC Norbert Hauata ( Tahiti ) Mark Rule ( New Zealand ) UEFA Svein Oddvar Moen ( Norway ) Kim Haglund ( Norway )
  • 7. Goal-line technology For the first time in the World Cup Final, the officers will be aided by goalline technology . In 2012, the IFAB approved the use of these technologies. It is the fourth FIFA competition to use the technology after a successful trial and the Cup 2012 Club World , Club World Cup 2013 and the 2013 Confederations Cup . GoalControl German company was selected as the provider of the official tournament goal-line technology in October 2013. Vanishing spray [ edit | edit source ] After successful trials at the FIFA U-20 FIFA 2013 , World Cup U-17 FIFA 2013 and FIFA Club World Cup 2013 , FIFA agreed vanishing spray to be used by the referee for the first time in the World Cup Final. Water-based spray, will disappear within a minute after use and also to mark the ten-meter line for the defending team during a free kick, and also to decide where the ball should be placed in a free kick. Squad Every team squad at the 2014 FIFA World Cup consisted of 23 players (three of whom are goalkeepers). Each participating team must confirm their final squad no later than 10 days before the start of the tournament. Teams are allowed to make a replacement if there is a player who is injured, at any time up to 24 hours before their first game. Suspensions and discipline Players will get a suspension for their first match if there is a violation. In accordance with the FIFA disciplinary considerations, the suspension may be extended more than one game, and one player will be eliminated from the national team squad. The suspension will remain to be considered at the time of the tournament matches.  Fredy Guarin : sent off against Paraguay , a violation (double yellow card), October 15, 2013  Mario Mandzukic : sent off against Iceland , a serious offense, 19 November 2013  Josip Simunic : disanksi 10 matches, against Iceland is considered discrimination. Simunic certainly will not appear in the 2014 World Cup finals. Matches Match schedule was announced at the headquarters of FIFA, in Zurich , Switzerland , on October 20, 2011. On 27 September 2012, the FIFA Executive Committee announces the time kickoff of each game. After the final group stage, when the kickoff of seven games adapted by FIFA. Group stage Champion and the runner from each group advanced to the round of 16. rating of each team in each group is determined in the following order:
  • 8. } 1. most points in the entire group stage matches; 2. greatest goal difference in all group stage matches; 3. greatest number of goals throughout the game to enter the group stage; If there are two or more balanced on the above criteria, their ranking is determined as follows: 1. most points in the group stage matches between the teams concerned; 2. greatest goal difference in the group stage matches between the teams concerned; 3. incorporate the largest number of goals in the group stage matches between the teams concerned; 4. Draw by the FIFA Organising Committee. All game times below the official Brasília Time ( UTC-3 ). Ten of the twelve stadiums where matches are in the time zone, but two stadiums in Cuiabá and Manaus is located in the Amazon Time ( UTC-4 ). Therefore, for the game which was held at two local kickoff time will be one hours earlier than the time listed below. Marketing Brazil 2014 revealed the official logo in Johannesburg
  • 9. Posters, slogans and music Official poster 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Logo for official tournament titled "Inspiration", and was created by Brazilian agency Africa . This design is based on drawings to win three hands together lifted the World Cup trophy. Yellow and green coloration here is intended to represent the Brazilian who greeted the world in their country. The logo was unveiled at an event held at the 2010 World Cup in Johannesburg . The design was selected from 25 submissions logo of some Brazilian agencies are invited to submit a design. The graphic designer Alexandre Wollner Brazilian named have criticized the design, said that the design resembles a hand covering the face with embarrassment , as well as through some selection process, the jury of professional graphic designers. FIFA also made an official poster was unveiled in January 2013 and was designed by creative agency Crama Brazil. official slogan titled"All in One Rhythm" ( Portuguese : "Juntos num só ritmo"). An official song has also been made for each World Cup Final since 1962. To Final 2014 tournament, the Sony is a sponsor of the tournament has launched a global music contest contest titled 'SuperSong'. The contest is held to choose the official anthem during the competition. This contest allows anyone to submit their song creation through a website, then the winners will be selected in February 2014. tracks will later be re-recorded and sung by a professional singer named Ricky Martin . In addition to making the song, this tournament also introduce a formal instrument named: caxirola , percussion instruments created by the Brazilian musician Carlinhos Brown . Percussion is designed to create a softer sound than the sound of the vuvuzela , known during the 2010 World Cup. however, because of security issues, FIFA later announced that caxirola should not be played in the stadium. Video game Like its predecessor the 2010 tournament , EA Sports will publish the official video game competitions, titled the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil . The video game is expected to be released in April 2014.
  • 10. Mascot Fuleco , mascot of the 2014 FIFA World Cup tatu-ball , an armadillo who protect themselves from predators by rolling like a ball, chosen by FIFA as the official mascot at an event organized by a local committee in September 2012. The mascot chosen from 47 designs created by six agents Brazil after market research that showed its appeal to the target audience of children aged prime 5-12 years. Mascot who does not have a name when it was first introduced to the public during the news segment of the show Brazil Fantástico . online voting conducted in order to determine the names of three candidates whose names are provided, with the name of the winner being announced on Nov. 25 2012: 1.7 million people (approximately 48 percent) chose Fuleco, followed Zuzeco (31 percent) and Amijubi (21 percent). "Fuleco" is a portmanteau of the words " Fu Tebo l "(" Football ") and" Eco logia "(" Ecology ") (Also, a nickname that ends with word -ecois very popular in Brazil). Two names that are not selected are Amijubi (" Ami Zade "(" Friendship ") and" Jubi lo "(" Joy ")) as well asZuzeco ("A zu l "(" blue ") and" Eco logia "(" Ecology " )). Ball Official ball of the 2014 World Cup is Adidas Brazuca. The name was chosen by a vote of more than 1 million gain sound of football fans in Brazil; "Brazuca" received more than 70 percent of the vote. Adidas , supplier ball match official FIFA World Cup since 1970, getting inspiration from elements of Brazilian culture, the other two selected balls are Bossa Nova and Carnavalesca.

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