Fifa World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is an worldwide football competition contested by the men's national teams of the members of Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport's worldwide governing body. The contest has been awarded each four years since the first tournament in 1930, apart from in 1942 and 1946, because of World War II.
The FIFA World Cup, time to time called the Football World Cup. The World Cup finals tournament is organized every four years, but the World Cup contest itself in fact takes place over a two-year period. More than one hundred sixty national teams fight in regional qualifying tournaments for a place in the finals. The World Cup finals tournament now involves thirty-two countrywide teams from two hundred four FIFA countries competing over a four week time in a host nation nominated by the FIFA.

The World Cup tournaments so far have been organize nine times in Europe, four times in Latin America, two times in Central America, once in North America and once in Asia (Korea & Japan). The 2006 World Cup was Germany's second time organizing the World Cup since 1974. The 2010 World Cup will be held in South Africa's first time hosting the FIFA World Cup.
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