2018 FIFA World Cup

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     The FIFA World Cup is an international competition among national men's soccer teams.The World Cup is also the largest and most influential event in the world football.
It is held every four years and alternates with the Olympic Games since the 1998 World Cup in France. The number of television viewers reached 4 billion, far surpassing the Olympics and becoming the most popular sports event in the world. The World Cup is divided into two parts, the qualifier and the finals.

    Although each event has a "dark horse" and some have performed well (such as Turkey and South Korea in 2002 won the third place and Dianjun), but so far it has not been a "dark horse" successfully won.

    Till now, a total of 8 countries have won the championship.
The Brazilian team is the only team that has scored all 20 finals and won 5 championships.
    The Italian team and the German team won 4 championships, second only to Brazil.
Uruguay and Argentina won the championship twice.
The England and France teams each won a championship in their own tournaments.
The Spanish team also won the first World Cup championship in South Africa.
In the most recent round of 2014, the German team won the championship at the Brazilian venue.
   In history, only the Italian team and the Brazilian team once defended the World Cup championship.

    This is the first time that the World Cup has been held in Russia and also the first time that the World Cup has been held in Eastern Europe. At the same time, after the 2006 World Cup in Germany, the World Cup is once again held in Europe. On July 13, 2014, Russian President Putin and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff handed over the World Cup.On November 16, 2017, all 32 Russia's World Cups in 2018 were produced. On December 1, 2017, the draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals was held at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. 32 participating teams were divided into 8 groups.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ is right around the corner and, whether you will be at the matches or anywhere around the world, FIFA’s Digital offerings will be here to ensure you enjoy every aspect of the world finals. Exclusive and diverse content will be delivered by multiple platforms and bring the passion and intensity of the World Cup to you.