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The formats of the qualification tournaments differ between confederations. Usually, one or two places are awarded to winners of intercontinental play-offs.
For example, the winner of the Oceanian zone and the fifth-placed team from the Asian zone entered a play-off for a spot in the World Cup. This right was also granted to the defending champions between and , but was withdrawn from the FIFA World Cup onward, requiring the champions to qualify.
Brazil , winners in , were the first defending champions to play qualifying matches. The current final tournament has been used since and features 32 national teams competing over the course of a month in the host nation s.
There are two stages: the group stage followed by the knockout stage. In the group stage, teams compete within eight groups of four teams each.
Since , constraints have been applied to the draw to ensure that no group contains more than two European teams or more than one team from any other confederation.
Each group plays a round-robin tournament , in which each team is scheduled for three matches against other teams in the same group.
This means that a total of six matches are played within a group. The last round of matches of each group is scheduled at the same time to preserve fairness among all four teams.
Points are used to rank the teams within a group. Since , three points have been awarded for a win , one for a draw and none for a loss before, winners received two points.
However, of these combinations lead to ties between the second and third places. In such case, the ranking among these teams is determined as follows: .
The knockout stage is a single-elimination tournament in which teams play each other in one-off matches, with extra time and penalty shootouts used to decide the winner if necessary.
It begins with the round of 16 or the second round in which the winner of each group plays against the runner-up of another group.
This is followed by the quarter-finals, the semi-finals, the third-place match contested by the losing semi-finalists , and the final.
On 10 January , FIFA approved a new format, the team World Cup to accommodate more teams , which consists of 16 groups of three teams each, with two teams qualifying from each group, to form a round of 32 knockout stage, to be implemented by The locations were controversial because South America and Europe were by far the two centres of strength in football and travel between them required three weeks by boat.
The decision to hold the first World Cup in Uruguay, for example, led to only four European nations competing.
The decision to hold the second of these in France was disputed, as the South American countries understood that the location would alternate between the two continents.
This is done under an exhaustive ballot system. The national football association of a country desiring to host the event receives a "Hosting Agreement" from FIFA, which explains the steps and requirements that are expected from a strong bid.
The bidding association also receives a form, the submission of which represents the official confirmation of the candidacy.
After this, a FIFA designated group of inspectors visit the country to identify that the country meets the requirements needed to host the event and a report on the country is produced.
The decision on who will host the World Cup is usually made six or seven years in advance of the tournament. However, there have been occasions where the hosts of multiple future tournaments were announced at the same time, as was the case for the and World Cups , which were awarded to Russia and Qatar , with Qatar becoming the first Middle Eastern country to host the tournament.
For the and World Cups, the final tournament is rotated between confederations, allowing only countries from the chosen confederation Africa in , South America in to bid to host the tournament.
The rotation policy was introduced after the controversy surrounding Germany's victory over South Africa in the vote to host the tournament.
However, the policy of continental rotation will not continue beyond , so any country, except those belonging to confederations that hosted the two preceding tournaments, can apply as hosts for World Cups starting from Sixty matches will take place in the US, including all matches from the quarter-finals onward, while Canada and Mexico will host 10 games each.
Six of the eight champions have won one of their titles while playing in their own homeland, the exceptions being Brazil , who finished as runners-up after losing the deciding match on home soil in and lost their semi-final against Germany in , and Spain , which reached the second round on home soil in England won its only title while playing as a host nation.
Uruguay , Italy , Argentina , and France won their first titles as host nations but have gone on to win again, while Germany won their second title on home soil.
Other nations have also been successful when hosting the tournament. Switzerland quarter-finals , Sweden runners-up in , Chile third place in , South Korea fourth place in , and Mexico quarter-finals in and all have their best results when serving as hosts.
So far, South Africa has been the only host nation to fail to advance beyond the first round. The best-attended single match, shown in the last three columns, has been the final in 11 of the 21 World Cups as of [update].
Another match or matches drew more attendance than the final in , , , , —, , and The World Cup was first televised in and is now the most widely viewed and followed sporting event in the world.
The cumulative viewership of all matches of the World Cup is estimated to be For these companies and many more, being a sponsor strongly impacts their global brands.
Host countries typically experience a multimillion-dollar revenue increase from the month-long event. World Cup Willie , the mascot for the competition, was the first World Cup mascot.
In all, 79 nations have played in at least one World Cup. Uruguay, however, choose to display four stars on their badge, representing their two gold medals at the and Summer Olympics and their two World Cup titles in and With five titles, Brazil are the most successful World Cup team and also the only nation to have played in every World Cup 21 to date.
Italy and and Brazil and are the only nations to have won consecutive titles. West Germany — and Brazil — are the only nations to appear in three consecutive World Cup finals.
Germany has made the most top-four finishes 13 , medals 12 , as well as the most finals 8. European nations have won twelve titles, while South American have won nine.
Only two teams from outside these two continents have ever reached the semi-finals of the competition: United States North, Central America and Caribbean in and South Korea Asia in The best result of an African team is reaching the quarter-finals: Cameroon in , Senegal in , and Ghana in Only one Oceanian qualifier, Australia in , has advanced to the second round.
Brazil , Argentina , Spain and Germany are the only teams to win a World Cup outside their continental confederation; Brazil came out victorious in Europe , North America and and Asia In , Germany became the first European team to win in the Americas.
Only on five occasions have consecutive World Cups been won by teams from the same continent, and currently it is the first time with four champions in a row from the same continental confederation.
Italy and Brazil successfully defended their titles in and respectively, while Italy's triumph in has been followed by wins for Spain in , Germany in and France in Currently, it is also the first time that one of the currently winning continents Europe is ahead of the other South America by more than one championship.
At the end of each World Cup, awards are presented to the players and teams for accomplishments other than their final team positions in the tournament.
There are currently six awards: . An All-Star Team consisting of the best players of the tournament has also been announced for each tournament since Miroslav Klose of Germany — is the all-time top scorer at the World Cup with 16 goals.
He broke Ronaldo of Brazil's record of 15 goals — during the semi-final match against Brazil. West Germany's Gerd Müller — is third, with 14 goals.
Seven players have collected all three types of World Cup medals winners', runner- ups', and third-place ; five players were from West Germany 's squad of — including Franz Beckenbauer , Jürgen Grabowski , Horst-Dieter Höttges , Sepp Maier , and Wolfgang Overath — , Italy's Franco Baresi , , and the most recent has been Miroslav Klose of Germany — with four consecutive medals.
Zagallo won in and as a player and in as head coach. Among the national teams, Germany and Brazil have played the most World Cup matches , Germany appeared in the most finals 8 , semi-finals 13 , and quarter-finals 16 , while Brazil has appeared in the most World Cups 21 , has the most wins 73 and has scored the most goals From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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