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    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

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    FIFA World Cup

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    that the momentum took place and heated up for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. This particular tournament is the world’s largest and most-watched sporting event with 30 billion viewers over the course of the event. From a business standpoint, it’s the most important platform for sporting goods companies to market their brands. Brands are appealing to boost their profile and sales by tapping into the passion surrounding the World Cup, but while some are official sponsors, others are just benefiting

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    2022 FIFA World Cup: The Qatar Controversy

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    services. If the FIFA were to change venues, and the United States be chosen, this country would be able to adapt quickly and, most likely, would not have to spend the billions of dollars Brazil and Qatar have had to budget into hosting a World Cup. While there are various arguments in favor of selecting the USA to host the 2022 World Cup, there are also several against having the games in the States. One of the reasons against, argued when the United States hosted the 1994 World Cup, is that the this

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    different groups. According to FIFA, the official sponsors are as follows: All three tiers have a role to play, it's not only to provide their product or sell it. They are interested to expand their brand in a global manner to attract more customers. Many may think that this a way for a money hungry CEO to get more money, in some cases it might be. However, it can be used in a positive way. These companies are known for their charitable causes, but in the World Cup, they promote the game to underprivileged

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    Since it began in 1930, the FIFA World Cup has been the largest single event sports competition in the world. Every four years FIFA, the Fédération International de Football Association, calls upon thirty-two of the world’s greatest soccer teams to compete in the stadiums of the host country. In addition to having one of the top competing teams, Brazil will also be hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The 31 day tournament begins in Sao Paulo on June 12th and ends with the championship match in Rio de

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    that the momentum took place and heated up for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. This particular tournament is the world’s largest and most-watched sporting event with 30 billion viewers over the course of the event. From a business standpoint, it’s the most important platform for sporting goods companies to market their brands. Brands are appealing to boost their profile and sales by tapping into the passion surrounding the World Cup, but while some are official sponsors, others are just benefiting

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    The city of Johannesburg is both the largest and richest city in the nation of South Africa. It is also one of the nine cities selected to host the FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup, although among those cities it has the unique distinction of being home to two stadiums, including Soccer City, the venue for the final. The chance to shine on the international stage has led to massive renovations of the stadiums and tourist-focused areas of the city. These renovations create numerous jobs, which are frequently

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    FIFA Corruption

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    Fifa has made £1,200,000,000 per year from sponsors, television and the World Cup. Fifa’s latest financial amount over the four years to the end of 2010 show the organisation has earned more than four billion. That's an increase of fifty-nine percent over the previous four year stretch which included the World Cup in Germany (BBC, pars. 1). Its broadcast rights and marketing which are leading the boom of course, and Fifa is riding the wave that's thrown the Premier League skywards too (BBC, pars

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    The 2010 FIFA World cup had a huge impact on South Africa; politically, economically, and culturally as it brought a boost to the entire country and a new sense of pride and unity to the South African citizens. This worldwide event created a base of recovery for a problem plagued country from past issues such as the Apartheid. South Africa, a middle economy country and provider of many natural resources such as gold, diamonds, platinum, phosphate, etc., was chosen as the first African country to

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    FIFA's Not So Objective Role in Football

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    FIFA's Not So Objective Role in Football Football has always historically been known as the most played, most loved, and most influential sport in the world. The history of football, which was first played by the ancient Greeks and Romans, is a long one that has played some role in shaping almost every country's culture as we know it today. The game of football is seen by many as a game that has the rare power to bring nations together. Football is a language that every nation can speak, where despite

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