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One of the most anticipated sporting events, the World Cup of soccer, invaded South African soil in 2010 as some of the best soccer teams from worldwide nations battled for bragging rights! Spain won the World Cup in 2010. Who will win when World Cup action invades Brazil in 2014? Don't miss your chance to see the World Cup LIVE! Buy your World Cup Soccer tickets now!
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World Cup Soccer Tickets

The World Cup or FIFA World Cup is an international soccer tournament that features the most elite national teams of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Brazil, England, Germany, Argentina and Italy are among the teams favored to win, each having millions of fans rooting for them to take home the championship. Purchase your World Cup tickets today and watch the best soccer teams on the planet compete for the most coveted trophy in the sport.

Ever since the 1934 World Cup, FIFA has held qualifying rounds to limit the number of entrants into the final tournament. These qualifying tournaments are held within six FIFA continental zones: Africa, North America, Central America, South America, Oceania and Europe. There have been times when one or two places on the final tournament roster go to the winners of intercontinental play-offs.

In the final tournament, 32 national teams face each other over the span of a month in the host nation. Two groups are formed in the first stage of the tournament, followed by a knockout stage. During the group stage, teams compete in eight groups, with four teams to each group. Each team is scheduled to play three matches against the other teams in the group.