2014 World Cup Match 3 Spain Tickets

One of the several matches that are set to take place as part of the FIFA World Cup in 2014 is the 2014 World Cup Match 3 Spain. During this exciting match, the national soccer team representing Spain will face the team representing the Netherlands in what will be the third match held during the tournament. This year marks the twentieth time that the international soccer tournament and the world's most watched sports event is held, with hundreds and thousands having already ordered 2014 World Cup Match 3 Spain tickets for this match.

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About 2014 World Cup Match 3 Spain


The 2014 World Cup Match 3 Spain is the third match in this FIFA World Cup, being held in Brazil. Thirty two teams from five confederations have qualified for the tournament, with its matches set to take place in twelve cities. This is the second time that Brazil is the host country, after first hosting it in 1950. The tournament will see sixty four matches played, featuring the thirty two national soccer teams. This year, all champions of the FIFA World Cup have qualified for the cup; Brazil itself, Uruguay, Germany, Italy, France, Argentina and Spain. The defending champion this year is Spain, who won the previous FIFA World Cup in 2010.


Two hundred and three of the total two hundred and eight teams in FIFA took part in the qualification matches which were held from 2011 to 2013. Spain is one such team that qualified for the FIFA World Cup and is a member of Group B alongside the Netherlands, Australia and Chile. During the 2014 World Cup Match 3 Spain, the team will face the Netherlands in what is set to be one of the first matches in the tournament. Spain is a part of the RFEF association in the UEFA confederation and has Vicente del Bosque as its head coach. Iker Casillas is the team's captain, as well as the holder of the most caps at one hundred and fifty two. The team's top scorer is David Villa with fifty six goals scored so far.


Spain currently ranks Number One in the FIFA rankings and is the greatest soccer team in the world today. It has ranked Number One four times so far and is undoubtedly one of the most successful soccer teams in the world. The first international game played by the team was against Denmark, which it won by 1–0. The team has played in fourteen of the twenty FIFA World Cups held, as well as nine of all fourteen UEFA European Championships. Aside from winning the FIFA World Cup championship, they have also won the UEFA European Championship three times and the Summer Olympics once. Overall, they have seventy three titles to their name and hold the record for the most consecutive matches unbeaten, at twenty nine. World Cup Match 3 Spain tickets are available for the third game in the FIFA tournament.


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