Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is the international governing body for football. The first inaugural tournament was held in 1930.The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be the 20th FIFA World cup 2014 scheduled to take place in Brazil from 12th June to 13th July 2014. This is the second time Brazil got the chance to host the competition, prior to 1950. The matches will be held in 12 different cities of Brazil. Brazil is all set to host the tournament. The preparations are going in full pace in Brazil for the upcoming championship. New stadiums are being constructed as well as the old ones are getting re-developed. The tournament will include 32 nations competing against each other including 13 from Europe. The list of all the 32 teams are Italy, Algeria, Cameroon, Australia, Iran, Ecuador, Greece, Honduras, Switzerland, Ghana, Costa Rica, South Korea, USA, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mexico, Japan, Nigeria, Chile, Russia, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Croatia, England, Belgium, Uruguay, Colombia, Argentina, Germany, Spain, Cote d'Ivoire and Brazil.
Well world cup is always incomplete without a national anthem, this time being “We Are One” (Ole Ola) sung by American rapper Pitbull and songstress Jennifer Lopez. Sony is one and only official releaser and partner in the song .Well you have more in your pockets as there will also be a live performance by Brazilian performer Claudia Leitte (according to the sources). She will perform on stage along with Mr. Worldwide Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez on 12th June only at Sao Paulo.
Of the approximated 3.3 million tickets available, 2.3 million tickets were requested within 24 hours when the sale opened on August 20th, 2013. Various dealers have started giving huge discount on packages including both FIFA tickets as well as hotel stay. Tune into our website daily for all the latest updates of this season’s world cup. You will get all the details regarding matches, fixtures, online ticket information and booking, attractive deals and much more. With only two odd months left, it's time to fasten your seat belts and sit tightly for the biggest world cup 2014 ever in the history.