The FIFA World Cup

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FIFA president Jules Rimet decided to stage an international football tournament, (the first world cup) in 1930. Uruguay in 1930, was when the commencement edition held, 13 teams invited by the organization to challenge as final play-offs. Since then, the FIFA World Cup has qualified succeeding extensions and design modified to its current 32-team final tournament anticipated by a two-year qualifying progression, associating almost 200 teams.

The FIFA World Cup is the greatest individual sports competition worldwide and its effect on society and nature's domain is undeniable. Organizing such a world-class occasion requires cautious attention of all perspectives to guarantee an adjusted methodology and supportable result, thought of all angles to guarantee an adjusted methodology and manageable conclusion. FIFA and the 2014 FIFA World Cup Organizing Committee (LOC) consider this obligation extremely important and are focused on conveying a sustainable occasion in Brazil in 2014.

Since the dispatch of the procedure in 2011, FIFA and the LOC together with accomplices, supporters and specialists have effectively put into operation various sustainability exercises including sustainability guidance for stadium administrators. The crusade against bigotry and separation, backing of group improvement activities, waste administration in stadiums, a boycott on tobacco at both competitions, an universal discussion on social advancement through football and a carbon counterbalancing project.

The highlight of 2014 is the Football for Hope Festival 2014, which will happen from July 2 to July 10 in Caju, Rio de Janeiro. The Festival unites 32 assignments of adolescent delegates from Football for Hope-upheld associations. The members were p...

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