• Round of 16: Brazil vs. Chile

    Flag of BrazilGoalkeeper Julio Cesar was the hero as Brazil secured a dramatic penalty shootout win against Chile to reach the last eight and set up an all-South American quarter-final against Colombia. Julio Cesar made two crucial spot-kick saves to deny the relentless Chile side victory. The host nation was on the brink of an unexpected exit in Belo Hrorizonte. (more…)

  • FIFA 2014: Spain Sent Packing!

    Spain FlagJust after two games Spain’s World Cup defence came to a crashing end, as they suffered a 2-0 to Chile at the Maracana. First half goals from Eduardo Vargas and Charles Aranguiz were enough to hand Chile a deserved win, confirming the first two teams to exit the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

    Having earlier lost to the Netherlands, Australia joined Spain as the first of two teams to book their tickets back home. Six points each for the Dutch and Chile mean that neither Spain nor Australia could surpass their points tally. (more…)

  • 10 Tourist Attractions in Rio de Janeiro

    CopacabanaFrom the soaring rain forest covered mountains, to globally recognised architectural structures and sandy white beaches, it is no surprise that Rio de Janeiro’s alluring beauty has led to the city been known as cicade maravihosa, the ‘marvellous city.’ Along with breathe taking landscape, the vibrant carnivals, samba queens and cuisine with music to match has kept millions of tourists flocking to Rio de Janeiro. This year with the added gift from the gods, that is the 2014 FIFA World Cup; Brazil and Rio will be more special and alive than ever before. With so much to see and do we have taken the time to compile a list of the top 10 tourist attractions in Rio de Janeiro that all visitors will want to see.

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  • Who is the Favourite for the FIFA World Cup 2014?

    Fifa World Cup 2014 FavouriteWith the final countdown to the greatest sporting event on the planet entering the home stretch, fans of all 32 teams are beginning to whey up their options of picking up the illustrious trophy as all 32 provisional squads have been announced. England and Brazil have already named their final 23 man squads with the rest of the participating nations having up until the 2nd of June. With a spectacular event expected fans and bookies alike have begun to name their favourites for the FIFA World Cup 2014. Is it the fallen generation rising again, the experienced kings or the dark horse? We will find out in just a few weeks at the World Cup in Brazil. (more…)

  • 15 Facts you need to know about the World Cup in Brazil

    FIFA World Cup Brasil 2014The 2014 FIFA World Cup is now less than a month away, with final squads being announced and more specific details about the tournament being announced. With so much information coming in it all seems a little too much to take in. We have therefore taken the liberty to gather the 15 most important facts you will need to know about Brazil.

    15 Facts about the World Cup 2014 in Brazil

    #1 The most important thing to know are the countries participating in the tournament. By regional groupings qualifying as follows:  (more…)

  • Countdown to the World Cup – The 2014 babes calendar is here

    Home advantage Hosts Brazil are tipped to do well on home soil when the tournament gets underway in June - Babes calendar 2014This summer’s World Cup in Brasil is coming closer. There are different countdowns running already. But here is an alternative countdown to this summer’s FIFA World Cup, the 2014 babes calendar. This calendar is created by American photographer Tim Tadder.

    The calendar features beautiful models showing off their great football skills around Brazil and integrates football and the stadiums in the Brazilian life. Twelve stadiums have been digitally integrated with some of the South American country’s most stunning scenery to create the backdrops for each of the nice image.  (more…)