FIFA WORLD CUP HISTORY is an overview of the largest football competition on the planet. This infographic traces the history of the World Cup in its 20 competitions from the one in 1930 until that of Brazil 2014.
It shows the qualified teams from different leagues, the flow of national participants in several years and the number of audits during the different world championships.
The Hall of Fame of FIFA World Cup shows the winners of the World Cup, the numbers generated during the course of the years and the personal records of the players.
Jules Rimet Cup was originally called "Victory”, as for the rafiguration of the Godness Victoria, renamed in 1946 with the name of the President of FIFA who was the one to organize the first World Cup. It was the first trophy that was given to the winner nation of the world championship. It was finally conquered by Brazil in 1970, being the first nation to win it for three times.
FIFA World Cup, designed by Silvio Gazzaniga, is the symbol of the greatest football competition. It represents two athletes who hold the world, is 36.8 cm high, weighs just over 6 kg and is made of solid 18-carat gold. The cup is being "turned" between the winning teams, which receives a similar copy of it. The cup will be retired in 2038 when it will fill all 17 spaces for the name of the winner.