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World cup brazil 2014 regulation and history

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History
Regulation of the game
Impact on the human and economy

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  • in 1942 and 1946 when it was not held because of the Second World War.
    + 12 June – 13 July 2014
  • + Tested by 600 player
    + Circumference 68.5-69.5 cm
    + Weigh 420-445g
  • Golden Ball is for best player; 1982
    Golden Boot (the Golden Shoe) for top goal scorer; 1930
    Golden Glove Award for best goalkeeper; 1994
  • Best Young Player for best player under 21 years of age; 2006
    FIFA Fair Play Trophy for the team with the best record of fair; 1978
    Most Entertaining Team for the team that has entertained the public the most, during the final tournament; 1998-2006
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    • 1. Subject : Core English Lecturer: SOM Chanthida Presenters: 1. POR Leakhena 2. ENG Viyura 3. KONG Sreypov 4. VA Kimchhorn 5. OUN Sereythun 1
    • 2. I. History II. Regulation of the game III. Impact of World Cup IV. Conclusion 2
    • 3.  FIFA_ Fédération Internationale de Football Association formed as early as May 21, 1904 in Paris, but no national competition except for Olympics  As the highest football authority, FIFA made its claim as the organizers of the competition 3
    • 4.  1920’s – French football administrators, including Jules Rimet, are credited with bringing together the world’s strongest national teams to compete for a world championship of football.  Decided that 1930 would be the first international competition for the what was being called the “World Cup” or “La Coupe de Monde”  URUGUAY is the first Host of World Cup 4
    • 5. 1930 1939 1948 1957 1966 1975 1984 1993 2002 South Africa Spain 7/11/2010 Germany Italy 7/9/2006 Brazil South Korea/Japa n 6/30/2002 France France 7/12/1998 USA Brazil 7/17/1994 West Germany Italy 7/8/1990 Mexico Argentina 6/29/1986 Spain Italy 7/11/1982 Argentina Argentina 6/25/1978 West Germany West Germany 7/7/1974 Brazil Mexico 6/21/1970 England England 7/30/1966 Brazil Chile 6/17/1962 Brazil Sweden 6/28/1958 West Germany Switzerlan d 7/4/1954 Brazil Uruguay 7/16/1950 France Italy 6/19/1938 Italy Italy 6/10/1934 Uruguay Uruguay 7/30/1930 Host Winner 5
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    • 7. The Adidas Brazuca represents Brazilian/ Brazilian way of life. Vibrant colors on the ball reflect those of the Brazilian flag as well as the official logo of the FIFA World Cup. The stars in the design harks back to the national flag but also reflects their status as World Cup winners. Price: 159.99 USD Brazuca 7
    • 8. Awards This is an example text. Go ahead an replace it with your own text. Diego Forlán This is an example text. Go ahead an replace it with your own text. Thomas Müller Iker Casillas This is an example text. Go ahead an replace it with your own text. Golden Ball Golden Boot Golden Glove 8
    • 9. Awards Best Young Player FIFA Fair Play Trophy Most Entertaining Team This is an example text. Go ahead an replace it with your own text. Thomas Müller This is an example text. Go ahead an replace it with your own text. Spain Portugal This is an example text. Go ahead an replace it with your own text. 9
    • 10. Jules Rimet Trophy (1930-1970) FIFA World Cup Trophy (1974 – today) 10
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    • 12. 90-120m 45-90m 40.3m 11m 5.5m 5.5m11m Haft-way line Centre cycle Penalty area Penalty spot Goal 7.32m X 2.44m 12
    • 13. Left Midfielder Sweeper Left full back Sweeper Right full back Defensive Midfielder Right Midfielder Left forward Right forward Striker Goalkeeper 13
    • 14. 14
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    • 16. Full match 90 mn Haft match 45 mn Extra time 2-7 mn Break time 15 mn Addition time 30 mn (15mn + 15 mn) 16
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    • 26. Group A Group B Group C Group D Brazil Croatia Mexico Cameroon Spain Netherlands Chile Australia Colombia Greece Côte d’Ivoire Japan Uruguay Costa Rica England Italy Group E Group F Group G Group H Switzerland Ecuador France Honduras Argentina Bosnia-Herzegovina Iran Nigeria Germany Portugal Ghana USA Belgium Algeria Russia Korea Republic 26
    • 27. Winner group A Winner group B Winner group C Winner group D Winner group E Winner group F Winner group G Winner group H Winner group B Winner group A Winner group D Winner group C Winner group F Winner group E Winner group H Winner group G Winner 49 Winner 50 Winner 53 Winner 54 Winner 51 Winner 52 Winner 55 Winner 56 Winner 57 Winner 58 Winner 59 Winner 60 Winner 61 Winner 62 27
    • 28. + Infrastructure Income Culture Peace Equality Pride 28
    • 29. - Chaos Security Economic Environment 29
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    • 31. • http://football.isport.com/football- guides/football-rules-regulations • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FIFA_World_Cup_ hosts • http://store.fifa.com/73617.html • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FIFA_World_Cup_ awards#Most_Entertaining_Team • http://fifa.com 31

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