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World Cup 2014 News and Updates
7/11/14 - Tomorrow will mark the World Cup’s third-place match featuring Brazil and the Netherlands. The home team will take the pitch in hopes of giving their nation some kind of solace, after performing a dishonoring 7-1 semifinal loss to Germany. On Sunday, Brazil fans must watch in agony as their neighbors from Argentina square off against Germany in the all-or-nothing World Cup Final. Be there to see a clash of styles when Germany’s relentless attack force meets Argentina’s stellar defense. 2014 World Cup Final tickets are your last opportunity to enliven the glory of futbol, but it will set you back, at $5,141 to get into Estadio do Marcana in Rio. The globe will watch the July 13 match, where Lionel Messi will lead his team against a German squad desperate to re-establish itself as the dominant nation in football. Get your World Cup Final tickets now and witness the grand finale of a tournament that has been the most entertaining in a generation!
7/2/14 – The Round of 16 came and went, lifting hopes of eight nations advancing to the World Cup Quarterfinals, and crushing dreams of the eight nations that must bid Brazil goodbye. Heartbreak was in abundance over the course of the Last 16; perhaps the most agonizing being the defeat of Mexico, who came so close to progressing past the Round of 16 for the first time history, only to be snuffed out by Netherland’s orange fire. The gut-wrenching loss by the USA—despite Tim Howard’s awe-inspiring, record-breaking goaltending (most saves in WC history, 16)—was valiant nonetheless, and The Yanks managed to engage Americans in the Beautiful Game with a heavy dose of #SoccerFever.
Did you guess that Italy, Spain and Portugal would all fail to make the quarterfinals? This competition is proving to be amongst the most exhilarating of all time, with shocking losses, incredible victories and close-scoring thrillers. An All-Euro quarter will kick off the next stage, when France meets Germany in Rio de Janeiro this Friday. Score your World Cup tickets to see South American rivals, Brazil and Colombia, face off in Fortaleza later that day. Can the host country stay alive on their quest for a sixth title? Argentina and Belgium will take the pitch on Saturday, after both survived knockout games in dramatic extra-time victories. Netherlands will take on surprise contenders, Costa Rica, in the final match of World Cup Quarterfinals (5/5). This game in Salvador is the cheapest of all four, at a mere $235 to get-in the stadium. The Brazil vs. Colombia game is astonishingly the next most affordable, at $693 to start. France vs. Germany is the second priciest match, at an $874 minimum, while the Argentina vs. Belgium game offers the most expensive price: $922 to get-in at Estadio Nacional Brasilia.
6/27/14 – So long World Cup Group Stage, hello Round of 16! After a wild first phase that saw its fair share of comebacks, upsets and fantastic soccer from the sport’s biggest stars (here’s lookin’ at you Messi, Neymar, Robben), only half of the 32 countries have made the cut. From a bleak England exit, to a euphoric Algerian advance, the 2014 World Cup Brazil has been nothing short of magical. The US Men’s National Team survived the “Group of Death” and notched a berth to the Round of 16, thanks to an assist from Portugal. When Ronaldo scored the go-ahead goal for his home country, Ghana was rendered obsolete and the Americans moved forward despite a 1-0 loss to Germany.
USA fans, you don't have much time to buy World Cup tickets, as the Red, White and Blue will square off against Belgium on the final day of the knockout round: July 1 in Salvador. Tickets for the Belgium vs. USA match start at $559. Compare this to the most expensive get-in price of the Last 16: Colombia vs. Uruguay on June 28, for $1801 to get into the stadium. The cheapest tickets of the Round of 16 are just one day later; the Netherlands vs. Mexico game starts at a mere $184 minimum. Get your World Cup tickets now—the stakes, tension and excitement are higher than ever with the launch of the knockout rounds.
6/4/14 - As a place to ply their craft, the United States and Canada have established themselves, jointly through Major League Soccer, as one of the top locations for World Cup final participants to play. But to break it down even further, where in the U.S. and Canada are the players coming from who may find themselves one day on a World Cup roster, whether for the Stars and Stripes or representing the Canucks/Les Rouges? By far and away, the most players on MLS rosters were born in California, followed by Texas, Ohio, New York and Florida. Tied at sixth are the state of Missouri, and the top birthplace in Canada, the province of Ontario.
5/21/14 - With all the 32 participating nations having announced their 30-man provisional rosters for this year’s World Cup finals, where are most of these players exercising their craft? Unsurprisingly, England is at the top of the list, with 130 players plying their trade in the various levels of the English football pyramid. Germany’s leagues are a distant second, with 100 players; followed by Italy, Spain and France rounding out the top five. The U.S. and Canada’s Major League Soccer ranks eighth with 31 players among their ranks, not far behind Mexico at 37 players, and ahead of the Netherlands’ 28. Rounding out the top ten nations are Russia in 7th place, Portugal in 9th, and Turkey at 10th.
5/15/14 - Do you have your 2014 World Cup tickets yet? Tuesday was FIFA's deadline for the 32 nations to complete their 30-man squads. Brazil's Head coach Luiz "Big Phil" Felipe Scolari has announced this summer's provisional roster sans experienced and more well-known players—he has traded in Ronaldinho, Kaka and Robinho in favor of a younger group. Other big names left out include Ashley Cole (England), Isco (Spain) and Emmanuel Eboue (Ivory Coast). Europe's soccer season is coming to a grand close, with the FA CUP Final (May 17- Hull City vs. Arsenal) and the UEFA Champions League Final (May 24- Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid) occurring in the next fortnight. You'll see future World Cup contenders in these games, but only the best in the world are granted their moment on the world's biggest soccer stage—see who made the cut yourself with World Cup 2014 tickets!
World Cup 2014 Season
Get your 2014 World Cup Tickets here! Everyone knows the World Cup is indisputably the biggest sporting event on earth, and we have all the tickets you need to make the most of this once in a lifetime opportunity. Soccer is the planet's most popular sport, and there's no better place to experience football's flagship event than in Brazil, where the game reigns supreme. Whether you're a soccer fanatic, have played since you were a kid, or just want to be a part of the wildly fun soccer culture, you need to get your hands on World Cup soccer tickets and be among the tens of thousands of adoring fans when this historic tournament gets underway!
Because football is the most beloved sport in the world, FIFA World Cup tickets can be hard to come by, but we have you covered no matter which country you're rooting for. Competitors have been split up into eight Groups (A – H) and exactly one month of games will take place by July, when the finals will be set. Brazil is one of the most lively and colorful nations to visit—it is a dream destination whether or not soccer is involved. For World Cup 2014, the most popular host cities are Sao Paulo, which will play the opening match (June 12), Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba. Other than tickets for the home country of Brazil, matches featuring Argentina and the Netherlands are extremely sought after.
Do you know your World Cup history? The event is administered by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), and takes place every four years, with teams representing the top 32 nations across the globe. The very first tournament was held in Uruguay, with the host country defeating Argentina (4-2) in 1930. Currently, Brazil has the most World Cup titles in history (5), Italy is a close second (4) and Germany rounds out the top three (3). This year, USA was drawn into Group G—dubbed the "Group of Death"—which features Germany, Portugal and Ghana. Germany is likely Europe's best hope of bringing the trophy home, Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably soccer's biggest player, worthy of the world's biggest stage, while Ghana's controversial final-eight exit on home turf (2010) makes the team hungry for revenge. Get your World Cup Brazil tickets and see which team will be crowned world champions during this epic summer soccer party!