World cup 2010 quiz

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World cup 2010 quiz

  1. 2. What is the name of the African band which collaborated on this track?
  2. 3. "Waka Waka" is based upon a traditional African soldiers' song named Zangalewa, a 1986 makossa hit for Cameroonian group Golden Sounds.[3]. It appears Shakira reinterpreted the song without permission of the band, and after legal intervention by the band, an undisclosed deal was struck with Sony Music[3].
  3. 4. About the collaboration, Zolani Mahola of Freshlyground said that "We are thrilled to have collaborated with Shakira on 'Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)', especially as we feel that the song captures the spirit and energy of the African World Cup. We are certain the song will inspire people around the world to celebrate the gathering of nations at the place where it all started. Here in Africa!"
  4. 5. “ just the basic facts, ------------”* What is the capital of these world cup playing countries Algeria? Slovenia? Honduras? Serbia?
  5. 6. The name of the country is derived from the city of ALGEIRS . A possible etymology links the city name to الجزائر Al-jazā’ir, a truncated form of the city's older name of جزائر بني مازغان jazā’ir banī mazghanā, the Arabic for "the islands of Mazghanna", as used by early medieval geographers such as al-Idrisi and Yaqut al-Hamawi. In classical times northern Algeria was known as Numidia, which included parts of modern day western Tunisia and eastern Morocco.
  6. 7. Slovenia /sloʊˈviːniə/ (help·info) sloh-VEE-nee-ə, officially the Republic of Slovenia (Slovene: Republika Slovenija, [reˈpublika sloˈveːnija] (help·info)), is a country in Central Europe touching the Alps and bordering the Mediterranean. Slovenia borders Italy on the west, the Adriatic Sea on the southwest, Croatia on the south and east, Hungary on the northeast, and Austria on the north. The capital and largest city of Slovenia is Ljubljana.
  7. 8. Honduras (Spanish: República de Honduras, pronounced [reˈpuβlika ðe onˈduɾas]) is a republic in Central America. It was formerly known as Spanish Honduras to differentiate it from British Honduras (now Belize). The country is bordered to the west by Guatemala, to the southwest by El Salvador, to the southeast by Nicaragua, to the south by the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Fonseca, and to the north by the Gulf of Honduras, a large inlet of the Caribbean Sea. Its size is just over 112,000 km² with an estimated population of almost eight million. Its capital is Tegucigalpa.
  8. 9. Serbia (pronounced: /ˈsɜrbiə/ (help·info)), officially the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Република Србија, Republika Srbija), is a landlocked country located at the crossroads of Central- and Southeastern Europe, covering the southern lowlands of the Carpathian basin and central part of the Balkans. Serbia borders Hungary to the north; Romania, Bulgaria to the east; Republic of Macedonia to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro to the west; its border with Albania is disputed. Serbia's capital city, BELGRADE , is among the most populous in Southeastern Europe
  9. 11. Motto: For the Game. For the World. Formation: 21 May 1904 Type: Federation of national associations Headquarters: Zürich, Switzerland Membership : 208 national associations Official languages: English, French, German, Spanish,
  10. 12. FIFA
  11. 13. What does this sign by a football linesman indicate?
  12. 14. SUBSTITUITION
  13. 15. CONNECT :
  14. 16. FOUR FINALISTS OVER THE YEARS BUT NOT YET WON THE CUP Netherlands — 2 (1974, 1978) Czechoslovakia — 2 (1934, 1962) Hungary — 2 (1938, 1954) Sweden — 1 (1958)
  15. 17. THE LAST PLAYER TO RECORD A ______ WAS PAULETA OF PORTUGAL AGAINST POLAND IN JEONJU ( SOUTH KOREA) ON JUNE 10,2002. WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?
  16. 18. ANS: A HATRICK GONZALO HIGUAIN’S MATCH WINNING HAT-RICK FOR ARGENTINA AGAINST SOUTH KOREA IN JOHANNESBURG ON THURSDAY WITH STRIKES AT 33 rd ,76 th AND 80 th MINUTES IS THE 48 TH HAT-TICK IN WC
  17. 19. There are five African teams in 2010 but only one African coach which team? Name him.
  18. 20. Name: Rabah SAADANE Country: Algeria Date of Birth: 3 May 1946 Coaching Career Algeria (ALG) : From 2007 to 2010 ES Sétif (ALG) : From 2004 to 2007 Yemen (YEM) : From 2004 to 2004 Algeria (ALG) : From 2003 to 2004 Algeria (ALG) : From 1999 to 2000 Etoile Sportive du Sahel (TUN) : From 1991 to 1992 Raja Casablanca (MAR) : From 1989 to 1990 Algeria (ALG) : From 1985 to 1986 Algeria (ALG) : From 1981 to 1982 Playing Career Rennes (FRA) : From 1973 to 1974 USM Blida (ALG) : From 1972 to 1973 JS El Biar (ALG) : From 1969 to 1972 CS Constantine (ALG) : From 1968 to 1969 MSP Batna (ALG) : From 1964 to 1968
  19. 21. ITALY- AZZURI BRAZIL- SAMBA IVORY COAST- ELEPHANT CAMEROON- LIONS JAPAN- SAMURAI NEDERLANDS- ORANJE SOUTH AFRICA – BAFANA BAFANA GERMANY - ?
  20. 22. Die Mannschaft (The Team), used by non German-speaking media
  21. 23. WHAT IS THE OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN FOR THE WORLD CUP 2010?
  22. 24. The Official Campaign of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ 20 Centres for 2010 is the official campaign of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. Its aim is to create 20 Football for Hope Centres to promote public health, education and football in disadvantaged communities across Africa. As part of the Football for Hope movement led by FIFA and streetfootballworld, the campaign will leave a tangible social legacy for Africa
  23. 25. WHAT DOES “ZAKUMI” MEAN? OBVIOUSLY NOT THE MASCOT’S NAME AS ANSWER.
  24. 26. “ ZA” MEANS SOUTH AFRICA “ KUMI” MEANS TEN IN VARIOUS AFRICAN LANGUAGES
  25. 27. WHO IS THIS PERSON HE HOLDS THE UNIQUE RECORD FOR MOST WORLD CUP MATCHES PLAYED. 25 BETWEEN 1982-1998
  26. 28. LOTHAR MATTHAUS
  27. 29. One of the most artistic and awe-inspiring football venues on the African continent, the newly-reconstructed Soccer City Stadium will host the first and final matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. The ground's design is inspired by the iconic African pot known as the ------- and its aesthetic appeal will be heightened when the stadium is lit at night
  28. 30. CALABASH
  29. 31. WHAT IS THE NAME OF THIS DANCE?
  30. 32. THE “DISKI”
  31. 33. HISTORIC PICTURE PUT FUNDA
  32. 34. 1930 FIFA WORLD CUP URUGUAY 4 bt ARGENTINA 2 FIFA PRESIDENT JULES RIMET HANDS OVER THE TROPHY TO Dr. RAUL JUDE OF THE URUGUAYAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION.
  33. 35. _______ became the first African side to compete at the finals. It was another 36 years before the continent was next represented at the tournament.      
  34. 36. Egypt became the first African side to compete at the finals. It was another 36 years before the continent was next represented at the tournament
  35. 37. THIS EDITION OF THE WC HAD A TEAM APPEAR FOR THE FIRST AND ONLY TIME.WHICH COUNTRY?
  36. 38. 1938 FRANCE In their opener, Hungary eliminated the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), who are the only side to have played just one FIFA World Cup™ finals game.
  37. 39. THIS WORLD CUP HOLDS A UNIQUE RECORD GUESS WHAT?
  38. 40. Brazil's determination to put on a show meant they built the world's biggest football stadium, the Maracana, for the 1950 FIFA World Cup™. Yet their dream of becoming the world's best died in that huge bowl, Uruguay capturing their second crown by beating the hosts in front of some 200,000 stunned spectators..
  39. 41. THIS WORLD CUP HAS A RECORD MADE IN A MATCH BETWEEN HOSTS SWITZERLAND VS AUSTRIA WHICH REMAINS UNBROKEN TILL TODAY WHAT?
  40. 42. Switzerland took a 3-0 lead over Austria in their quarter-final, but the Austrians recovered to win 7-5. The 12-goal game remains a tournament record.
  41. 43. TWO FIRSTS HAPPENEND AT THIS WC CAN YOU NAME ANY ONE?
  42. 44. FOOTBALL LEGEND PELE WAS UNLEASHED HE WAS 17YRS OLD AND WON THE YOUNG FOOTBALLER AWARD . For the only time, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland were all represented at the finals, with the latter pair reaching the quarter-finals.
  43. 45. IDENTIFY THIS LEGEND WITH THE NICKNAME “ THE LITTLE BIRD”
  44. 46. SANTOS GARRINCHA
  45. 47. Who won the golden shoe in this edition of the world cup?
  46. 48. <ul><li>Golden Shoe: EUSEBIO (Eusebio da Silva Ferreira) (POR) </li></ul>
  47. 49. MANY FIRSTS IN THIS WORLD CUP CAN YOU NAME A FEW?
  48. 50. 1970 MEXICO For the first time the FIFA World Cup™ was broadcast in colour around the globe and tens of millions watched spellbound as Brazil brought added brilliance to the spectacle with a glorious exhibition of attacking football that deservedly earned them a third world crown. The Brazilians' 4-1 Final triumph over Italy gave them the right to keep the Jules Rimet Cup and provided the perfect farewell for Pele on his final appearance on the world stage. there were now two substitutes allowed per team, red and yellow cards for the referees, and an adidas ball, the white-and-black checked Telstar.
  49. 51. Name the two finalists and their captains?
  50. 52. GERMANY FR- FRANZ BECKENBAUER NETHERLANDS- JOHAN CRUYFF
  51. 53. Sitter who is holding the trophy?
  52. 54. Daniel PASSARELLA
  53. 55. What was the new format adopted for the first time ?
  54. 56. The 12th FIFA World Cup was the last to feature a fully leather ball but it broke new ground as the first involving 24 teams rather than 16. It also had a new format, incorporating three distinct phases: a first round comprising six groups of four teams, with the top two from each progressing; a second round with four groups of three from which the top team advanced; and then the semi-finals and Final.
  55. 57. Who was the goalkeeper during this infamous incident?
  56. 58. Peter shilton
  57. 59. Who was the coach of the victorious German team
  58. 60. Sixteen years after captaining West Germany to the FIFA World Cup, coach Beckenbauer had done it again.
  59. 61. Name the man in blue jersey why is he dejected ?
  60. 62. For the first time, the destiny of the trophy would be decided by penalties and, cruelly, it was Roberto Baggio, who had done so much to get Italy there, who missed the crucial last kick. His right leg heavily bandaged to protect his injured hamstring, the little No10 lifted the ball high into the blue California sky and Brazil were champions again, 24 years after their last success
  61. 63. WHAT WAS INTRODUCED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN WORLD CUP HISTORY IN FRANCE 1998?
  62. 64. THE GOLDEN GOAL RULE
  63. 65. In the third-place play-off, Turkey's --------scored the fastest goal in the competition's history against Korea Republic after a mere 11 seconds.
  64. 66. Hakan Sukur
  65. 67. Savo Milosevic, Philip Cocu Lee Woon-Jae Fabio Cannavaro What’s the connect
  66. 68. won their 100th caps during Germany 2006, while Cannavaro joined the century club in the Final.
  67. 69. &quot;Comfortably Numb&quot; (working title The Doctor) is a song by the English rock band Pink Floyd, which first appears on the 1979 double album The Wall. It was also released as a single in the same year, with &quot;Hey You&quot; as the b-side. It is one of only three songs on the album for which writing credits are shared between Roger Waters and David Gilmour – the melody, and most of the music on &quot;Comfortably Numb&quot;, was written by Gilmour, while Waters contributed the lyrics and some additional notes. &quot;Comfortably Numb&quot; is one of the most famous Pink Floyd songs, and is known especially for its guitar solos. In 2004, the song was ranked number 314 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. It ended up becoming the last song ever to be performed by Waters, Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason together.

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