- 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ - News

  1. Goal Line Technology at Brazil 2014
    Goal-line technology was successfully used during all 64 matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
  2. Mata: Van Gaal did great World Cup job

    Manchester United's Juan Mata has spoken of his admiration for new manager Louis van Gaal, after the Netherlands demolished Spain at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, with the Spaniard saying he "is a good man and a great manager."

  3. World Cup Waste Management Programme exceeds expectations

    The Waste Management Programme for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil created by FIFA, Coca-Cola and the Local Organising Committee collected 416 tonnes over 64 matches and exceeded expectations, with everything going to plan across the 12 Host Cities.

  4. McDonald’s Fantasy Winner scores a Kia Soul
    Over one million Club members set up their fantasy teams for McDonald’s FIFA World Cup Fantasy in the hopes of winning a massive Grand Prize, a Kia Soul!
  5. Kick-Off Ball Winners announced
    The Kick Off Ball Contest gave Club members the chance to claim a piece of 2014 FIFA World Cup history, and here we announce the 63 winners of the competition.
  6. Low: I didn't think of quitting for a second
    Joachim Low has explained why he has zero interest in relinquishing the Germany reins and eyed further glory at UEFA EURO 2016.
  7. Rueda replaced as Ecuador coach
    The Ecuador Football Federation have announced that they have chosen not to renew the contract of coach Reinaldo Rueda, replacing him with U-20 coach Sixto Vizuete for the rest of the year.
  8. Dream Team winners earn Sony prizes

    The results are in! Congratulations to the winners of the Dream Team Contest presented by Oi for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, with five lucky Club members picking up prizes.

  9. Kroos takes his place among the elite

    After his recent outstanding performances at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and his subsequent move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, ​​takes a closer look at the German midfield maestro Toni Kroos.

  10. Low given hometown accolade
    Germany's World Cup-winning coach Joachim Low is to be made an honorary citizen of his hometown of Schoenau im Schwarzwald, the town mayor said on Tuesday.
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