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  • ...on of 1942 and 1946, when it was not held due to the [[World War II|Second World War]]. It is the most widely-viewed sporting event on [[television]]. [[Category:Association football competitions|World Cup]]
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  • The '''2010 FIFA World Cup''' was a [[association football|football]] tournament hosted by [[South Afr
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/FIFA World Cup]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|FIFA}}
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  • ...ex.html FIFA World Cup website] - containing information on the next world cup and historical data on previous tournaments. * [http://www.fifa.com Official FIFA website]
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  • ...ex.html FIFA World Cup website] - containing information on the next world cup and historical data on previous tournaments. * [http://www.fifa.com Official FIFA website]
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  • #REDIRECT[[FIFA World Cup]]
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  • ...four years.<ref>[http://www.fifa.com/aboutfifa/federation/index.html About FIFA].</ref>
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  • ...d won inaugural [[1930 FIFA World Cup]] and also won the [[1930 FIFA World Cup]] in [[Brazil]]. Among the most famous Uruguayan footballers are [[José Le
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  • #REDIRECT [[2010 FIFA World Cup]]
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  • ...ently (2019) the football world champions having won the [[2018 FIFA World Cup]]. Among the most famous French footballers are [[Just Fontaine]], [[Michel
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  • ...[[Deutsches Reich]] (Imperial Germany) and, after the [[World War I|First World War]], the [[Weimar Republic]] and the [[Third Reich]]. The DFB was refound ...four years, built a team that was good enough to win the [[1954 FIFA World Cup]], sensationally defeating [[Hungarian (football)|Hungary's]] "Magical Magy
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  • ...on of 1942 and 1946, when it was not held due to the [[World War II|Second World War]]. It is the most widely-viewed sporting event on [[television]]. [[Category:Association football competitions|World Cup]]
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  • ...018, the Brazilian team has the most successful record in the [[FIFA World Cup]], having won the tournament five times and been runners-up twice. ...t-ever player in world football; during his career, Brazil won three World Cups (1958, 1962 and 1970). Other famous Brazilians are [[Garrincha]], [[Cafu]]
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  • ...URL accessed 6 June 2007.</ref> whilst the mainland territory of England occupies most of the southern two-thirds of the island of [[Great Britain]] and s ...gna Carta]] ('Great Charter'), which defined individual rights. It built a worldwide [[British Empire]], and the numerous countries that evolved from the Em
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  • ...come a leading nation in world football. The team has won the [[FIFA World Cup]] four times, most recently in 2006. In 1954, the FIGC was a founder member
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  • {{r|FIFA World Cup}}
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  • {{r|2002 FIFA World Cup}}
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  • ...FIFA]] in 1904 and of [[UEFA]] in 1954. The team won the [[2010 FIFA World Cup]] and has also won the [[UEFA European Championship]] three times. Among th
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  • ...rs-up to [[Uruguay (football)|Uruguay]] in the inaugural [[1930 FIFA World Cup]]. They have won the tournament twice, in 1978 and 1986. Among the most fam
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  • {{r|2002 FIFA World Cup}}
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  • ...TKwE online version]</ref> Located in the north west of Europe, Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of [[Great Britain]] and over 790 small ...tion]</ref> Scotland has the highest proportion of redheads of any country worldwide with around 13% of the population having naturally red hair. A further
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  • ...] in 1904 and of [[UEFA]] in 1954. The team has reached three [[FIFA World Cup]] finals but were always runners-up; their only major honour is winning the ...[Johan Cruyff]], widely regarded as the greatest-ever European player and, worldwide, second only to [[Pelé]]. Other famous Dutch players are [[Johan Neesk
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  • The '''2010 FIFA World Cup''' was a [[association football|football]] tournament hosted by [[South Afr
    808 B (112 words) - 14:26, 25 September 2019
  • ...s a founder member of [[UEFA]] in 1954. The team won the [[1966 FIFA World Cup]]; the only time they have reached the final of a major tournament. ...include [[Liverpool Football Club|Liverpool]], who have won the [[European Cup]] six times, [[Arsenal Football Club|Arsenal]] and [[Manchester United Foot
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