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History of FIFA World Cup


The FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament that takes place every four years. It is organized by FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association), the governing body of football.

The first FIFA World Cup was held in 1930 in Uruguay, and 13 teams participated in the tournament. Uruguay emerged as the winners, defeating Argentina in the final. The tournament was seen as a huge success and was subsequently held every four years, with the exception of 1942 and 1946, due to World War II.

Over the years, the FIFA World Cup has grown in size and popularity, with more teams participating and more fans tuning in to watch the matches. The tournament has also seen several iconic moments and performances from some of the greatest footballers of all time.

The format of the tournament has also undergone several changes over the years. The number of teams participating has increased from 13 in the first tournament to 32 in the current tournament. The tournament now begins with a group stage, where teams are divided into groups of four and play against each other. The top two teams from each group then advance to the knockout stage, where teams play single-elimination matches until the final.

The FIFA World Cup has also been hosted by several countries over the years, with Brazil and Germany hosting the tournament the most number of times. The most recent tournament was held in 2018 in Russia, and was won by France.

The FIFA World Cup is widely regarded as the biggest and most prestigious tournament in football, and attracts millions of fans from around the world. It has helped to popularize the sport of football and has provided a platform for players to showcase their skills on a global stage.

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