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World Cup history

Brazil Culture

Stadium Guide

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World Cup History

Luis Suarez

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A look at all the past World Cup’s

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About Brazil

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Stadiums

All about the World Cup host country

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The Culture of Brazil

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Luis Suarez WAGS

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World Cup Protests

The Boys from Brazil team

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Futsal

An interview with England Futsal manager Pete Sturgess

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Beauty and the Beast: Beauty THE TEAM

Beauty and the Beast: Ugly

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Top 10 WAGS

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The Perfect World Cup at Home

The items you need to make your World

Team Previews

Levi Hanssen

Sam Jordan

We at The Dugout hope you enjoy reading and wish you an enjoyable World Cup!

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1958: Sweden

1966: England 1974: West Germany 2006: Germany 1938: France 1998: France 1954: Switzerland 1982: Spain 1934: Italy 1990: Italy

1994: USA

1970: Mexico 1986: Mexico

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1930 - 2010 World Cup Fun Facts

1950: Brazil 1962: Chile

2010: South Africa

1930: Uruguay

19 World Cups to date 1930 - Uruguay (Start, set, go): Lucien Laurent, a Frenchman, scores 1958 - Sweden (Above: Pelé): 1950 - Brazil (Rule changes):

1934 - Italy (Fair play):

1970 - Mexico (First owners of trophy):

1954 - Switzerland (“Miracle of Bern”): football”): 1938 - France (WWII):

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2002: Japan & South Korea

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1982 - Spain (A year for records):

1998 - France (“Golden Goal Blanc”):

2002 – Japan & South Korea (Surprise

2010 – South Africa (New winners):

1986 - Mexico (Above right: “Hand of God”):

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WC HISTORY 1930 Uruguay 1950 Brazil

1-0 1-1 1-2 2-2 3-2 4-2

1962 Chile

0-1 1-1 2-1

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1

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1934 Italy

Switzerland

1966 England

1-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 2-3

0-1 1-1 2-1 45,000

64,000

1938 France

0-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2

1958 Sweden 1970 Mexico

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 60,000

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1994 USA

2006 Germany

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1982 Spain

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1998 France

2010

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HOST NATION

BRAZIL Fact File: politics, people & economy

Rio

Sexy Samba Seniorita Feijoada - bean, beef and pork stew

The most densely populated parts of Brazil are in the south-central regions, which include major urban conglomerates like Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Because of the rapid growth experienced by this country in terms of urban development, the 21st century, Brazil is facing a number of social, also because of this growth that it is doing so well in terms of its economy. In fact, it is one of the world’s only Portuguese-speaking country in both North and South America. This Portuguese heritage dates back to the 1700’s,

Its other borders are made up of Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, and Chile are the only South American countries with which Brazil does not share its borders. There are various groups of islands that also belong to Brazil, such as Saint Peter, Trindade and Fernando measures exactly 8,514,876,599 square kilometres or 3,287,612 square miles. Apart from being geographically large, Brazil is also naturally diverse. It comprises dense rain forests and jungles, expanses of coastline, towering mountains, oceanic archipelagos (or clusters of islands), rivers, scrublands and rolling plains. Because of such a

was a major part of the Brazilian heritage, although this was never formally recorded in the annals of history. Slaves were brought to the country across of birds and amphibians. descent immigrated to Brazil in the 19th century. These ones were mainly from Japan, Poland, Spain, Italy and Germany. Therefore, this country is now a

the Portuguese. This is evident in the architecture, music, literature, cuisine, dance, religion and theatre of the country. Being home to the Amazon Rainforest, many

198,3 million Brasilia Sao Paulo 8,55 million sq km Portuguese 71 years (men), 77 years (women) 1 real = 100 centavos oranges, other agricultural produce

subscribe to the various African-based beliefs. Brazil enjoys an extensive coastline that measures almost 7,500 kilometres (or more than 4,600 miles).

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travellers and football fans from around the world.

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The Dugout The Brazilian culture is one of the world’s most varied and diverse. People usually think of Brazil as a tropical paradise, whose people are dancing and having fun all day long. Rio’s Carnival has helped to develop that image. prototype. Brazilian culture is much more than that. due to the centuries of European dominance and slavery. People are a mixture of three cultures: Portuguese, African

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Brazilian culture a lot in São Paulo and Southern Brazil. million people. Of these, more than half are white, just ascribes to the Roman Catholic faith. African culture is strong in the North East. Salvador da in the whole of the Americas. Food, music, dances and religion resemble Africa. Afro-Brazilian religions, such as Candomblé, have spread all over. Capoeira, a kind of Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais look a bit more like

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THE DUGOUT 11 taken directly from the Portuguese countryside. Rio de Janeiro used to be the capital city of Brazil and many São Paulo received thousands of Italian immigrants and mountains of Southern Brazil and their culture and do Sul, the country’s most southern State, looks more like the family structure and the values that are entrenched extended family members are close with one another, providing much-needed help and support to each other whenever and however necessary. This diverse cultural background has bought together

The procession at the Rio de Janiero carnival

the world, such as the Brazilian Carnival and the Bumba Meu Boi. The colourful culture creates an environment that

great players such as Pele, Zico, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and most recently; Neymar. It could be said that Brazil has it all; a rain forest, The diverse culture of Brazil played a part in the decision Fans traveling to this summer’s tournament will experience the wonders of Brazil for themselves. Expect to see one of

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t’s the beginning of October and placards read “Go home!” and “World Cup for whom?” These are the views of Brazilian

had grown to become Brazil’s largest since the

football stadium being built for this year’s World The billions spent on World Cup stadiums sparked requires local governments to balance their spending on the World Cup and the 2016 Summer

say what is being spent. Hospitals and schools are falling down while stadiums are rising up. The government in Rio tried to bully and bulldoze one of the best elementary schools in the country to

streets quickly turned to tear gas.

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LD CUP sure bulldozers didn’t sneak in under cover of driver accelerated the vehicle and ran over the protester and three others. They were taken to

elemental: a protest against the way things

protester. Witnesses say the car tried to break a human chain created by protesters. Seemingly

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darted past security forces and into the building.

sides. Brazil is already one of the world’s most dangerous climates for reporters. Thoughout the protests Security forces in Rio resorted to tear gas really no way to know if the World Cup will come and go peacefully or if a million people will once again demand change.

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t’s the 30th of June 2013, 19:00 in the Brazilian capital Rio de Janeiro. A packed out 70,000 all-seated Maracana stadium is about to watch Brazil face World Cup 2010 winners Spain. The crowd are at fever pitch as they cheer for their

yellow and green ispread throughout the stadium. Soulful Samba and melodic drums can be heard teams’ chances of glory. At 19:02 the stadium erupts with a massive roar of excitement as Fred gives his country an early lead, as he smashes the ball in the roof of the net. The incredible Maracana atmosphere would spur Brazil

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Cup, with a brilliant 3-0 win against FIFA World Cup holders Spain. Home advantage will be key if Brazil are going to win the World Cup this year. Given the experience

its blend of youthful exuberance and strong experienced defence to rise to the occasion. When Nike launched the Brazilian kit to be worn at the World Cup next summer. Neymar was at swaggering pose. At 21 years of age, Neymar is widely considered to be Brazil’s most potent huge. Neymar has been described by Pele as “one of the most complete players in the world”.

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blistering pace going forward. Neymar produced

a winner’s medal and Golden ball as the player of the tournament. The message from Neymar was clear: I’m ready for the World Cup. The Brazil squad has an abundance of young talent featuring the likes of Oscar, Hulk, Lucas Moura, Thiago Silva, David Luiz and Paulinho. However, there is a vociferous and demanding fan base who will die if we don’t win” were the chilling words of current Brazil boss Felipe Scolari. The World Cup

ly announcing they would win the games. “ Brazil are not under pressure to be the world champions. Brazil will be the champions,” he announced in a postmatch press conference.

a major 2-1 defeat to Uruguay. It

Brazil will be hoping for revenge and a fairytale ending this year.

LEFT: Felipe Scolari looking to guide his team to glory.

“PEOPLE

WILL DIE IF WE DON’T WIN.

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Futsal is one of the fastest growing sports in the world with thousands of professional football clubs introducing it to their youth teams. The Dugout talks to England Futsal manager and head of development at the FA Pete Sturgess about the strengths and weaknesses of the game. Brazil, Germany, Italy, France and Spain, the countries that have won the FIFA World Cup since England Therefore it is no real surprise that

in the FIFA world rankings, one place

“If a player plays Futsal during so: “The players who experience Futsal when young accept this as part of the game so applying them to

of legend Pele to Lionel Messi to that the England team was

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many the FA who is keen to see Futsal

massive step,” “The game is changing and so is the landscape

development and it helps develop high “If you look at a player who add to that the traits that have long

to the part it can play in developing world class players who can represent

who schooled Pele, Ronaldo and

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Star player: Messi

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GERMANY

NAME Manuel Neurer (GK) René Adler (GK) Philipp Lahm (DF) Per Mertesacker (DF) Jérôme Boateng (DF) Mats Hummels (DF) Ben Höwedes (DF) Marcell Jansen (DF) Chris Smalling (DF) Mesut Özil (M) Thomas Müller (M) Sami Khedira (M) Toni Kroos (M) Marco Reus (M) Lars Bender (M) Sven Bender (M) André Schürrle (M) Mario Götze (M) Julian Draxler (M) Lukas Podulski (F) Miroslav Klose (F) Max Kruse (F) Mario Gomez (F) MANAGER Joachim Löw

ITALY

TEAMS Bayern Munich Hamburger SV Bayern Munich Arsenal Bayern Munich Borussia Dortmund Schalke 04 Hamburger SV Manchester United Arsenal Bayern Munich Real Madrid Bayern Munich Borussia Dortmund Bayer Leverkusen Borussia Dortmund Chelsea Bayer Leverkusen Schalke 04 Arsenal Lazio Schalke 04

ENGLAND

BELGIUM

GERMANY

Germany go into this summer’s World Cup as serious contenders and it would be no surprise if Joachim Löw’s team went on to win the famous trophy. Since Germany’s embarrassment at Euro 2000 they have gone from

Joachim Low is preparing to head to his third World Cup

ITALY NAME Salvatore Sirigu (GK) Andrea Barzagli (DF) Leonardo Bonucci (DF) Domenico Criscito (DF) Ignazio Abate (DF) Angelo Ogbonna (DF) Andrea Pirlo (M) Daniele De Rossi (M) Riccardo Montolivio (M) Andrea Poli (M) Eman Gianccherini (M) Claudio Machisio (M) Antonio Nocerino (M) Alberto Gilardino (F) Guiseppe Rossi (F) Mario Balotelli (F) Pablo Osvaldo (F) Lorenzo Insigne (F) MANAGER Cesare Prandelli

TEAM Juventus Paris Saint-Germain Juventus Juventus Napoli Zenit AC Milan Juventus Juventus Roma AC Milan Paris Saint-Germain AC Milan Sunderland Bologna Juventus AC Milan Paris Saint-Germain Genoa AC Milan Southampton Napoli

It is impossible to rule out Italy when tournaments, especially the World Cup. out in the past the Azzurri have come

Juventus shot-stopper has been an

Cesare Prandelli the mastermind in charge of Italy

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ENGLAND NAME Joe Hart (GK) Fraser Forster (GK) John Ruddy (GK) Glen Johnson (DF) Ashley Cole (DF) Chris Smalling (DF) Phil Jones (DF) Gary Cahill (DF) Phil Jagielka (DF) Leighton Baines (DF) Kyle Walker (DF) Alex Chamberlain (M) Michael Carrick (M) Tom Cleverley (M) Steven Gerrard (M) Frank Lampard (M) James Milner (M) Andros Townsend (M) Andy Carroll (F) Danny Welbeck (F) Daniel Sturridge (F) Wayne Rooney (F) MANAGER Roy Hodgson

TEAM Manchester City Norwich City Liverpool Chelsea Manchester United Manchester United Chelsea Everton Everton Arsenal Manchester United Manchester United Liverpool Chelsea Arsenal Manchester City West Ham United Manchester United Liverpool Manchester United

England head to Brazil knowing not many people expect them to win the tournament but it is impossible to 1966 success.

scene in the run up to this summers

BELGIUM NAME Thibaut Courtois (GK) Simon Mignolet (GK) Jan Vertonghen (DF) Thomas Vermaelen (DF) Toby Alderweireld (DF) Nicolas Lombaerts (DF) Daniel Van Buyten (DF) Vincent Kompany (DF) Guillaume Gillet (DF) Moussa Dembélé (M) Marouane Fellaini (M) Axel Witsel (M) Eden Hazard (M) Steven Defour (M) Nacer Chadli (M) Kevin De Bruyne (M) Radji Nainggolan (M) Kevin Mirallas (F) Romelu Lukaku (F) Dries Mertens (F) Jelle Vossen (F) Zakaria Bakkali (F) MANAGER Marc Wilmots

TEAM Chelsea Liverpool Arsenal Zenit Bayern Munich Manchester City Paris Saint-Germain Manchester United Zenit Chelsea Porto Chelsea Cagliari Everton Chelsea Napoli Aston Villa Racing Genk PSV

have appeared at a World Cup since Japan and South Korea ‘02, therefore they will be looking to put on a good show for their loyal fans.

over the past season or two meaning

Marc Wilmots scored Belgium’s last World Cup goal in ‘02

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