80 years of World Cup ticket designs

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FIFA World Cup 2014 is underway, and for those lucky spectators who have managed to get a ticket for one or more of the tournament matches, it's a little piece of print design they'll probably cherish for years to come.

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  • South Africa became the first African nation in 2010 to host the World Cup. 10 different venues were used to play 64 matches with 32 teams participating in the tournament.
     
    Spain won the World Cup for the first time after beating the Netherlands 1-0 after extra time. It was the first time in World Cup history that the host country were eliminated in the first round.

    The 2010 ticket design combines design elements from the 2002 and 2006 tickets and borrows ideas from the 1994 USA ticket. Again using custom made typography, this ticket was printed vertically, with the stub being toned down into a barcode format, which corresponds with the barcode at the top of the ticket. The gold-yellow colour scheme fits in nicely with the green, red and purple used in the logo.
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