Why World Cup 2014 in Brazil Could Be the Best Yet

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Why World Cup 2014 in Brazil Could Be the Best Yet
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The World Cup is the biggest and the best football competition in the world, bar none, and it looks set to reach even greater heights with Brazil 2014.

The countdown to Brazil 2014 is under way. No football competition can galvanize fans like international competition, and the World Cup is where everyone will want to be in 2014.

Out of the 207 countries which embarked on the road to Brazil in 2011, just 31 teams and host Brazil emerged to qualify for the world's elite football competition in June 2014. Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, England, Holland, Brazil and Argentina will enter the competition with the highest hopes and the expectations of millions of fans resting upon their shoulders.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Radamel Falcao, Wayne Rooney and Neymar will be just some of the world's best players on show.

Let's look at why the 2014 World Cup in Brazil could turn out to be the best and most exciting World Cup since the competition began in 1930.


Who do you think will win the World Cup in 2014, and who will go out in an epic fail? Leave your comments, suggestions and World Cup thoughts and predictions below.



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