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2014 World Cup Team Guide

32 teams will take part in this year's World Cup, including all previous winners of the tournament. Brazil, the hosts, are the most successful side in the history of the competition, having won it 5 times before. Other previous winners include Italy (4 wins), Germany (3 wins), Uruguay (2 wins), Argentina (2 wins), England (1 win), France (1 win) and the defending champions Spain (1 win).

Group A

Brazil » Brazil 7 points
Mexico » Mexico 7 points
Croatia » Croatia 3 points
Cameroon » Cameroon 0 points

Group C

Colombia » Colombia 9 points
Greece » Greece 4 points
Ivory Coast » Ivory Coast 3 points
Japan » Japan 1 points

Group E

France » France 7 points
Switzerland » Switzerland 6 points
Ecuador » Ecuador 4 points
Honduras » Honduras 0 points

Group G

Germany » Germany 7 points
United States » United States 4 points
Portugal » Portugal 4 points
Ghana » Ghana 1 points

Group B

Netherlands » Netherlands 9 points
Chile » Chile 6 points
Spain » Spain 3 points
Australia » Australia 0 points

Group D

Costa Rica » Costa Rica 7 points
Uruguay » Uruguay 6 points
Italy » Italy 3 points
England » England 1 points

Group F

Argentina » Argentina 9 points
Nigeria » Nigeria 4 points
Bosnia and Herzegovina » Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 points
Iran » Iran 1 points

Group H

Belgium » Belgium 9 points
Algeria » Algeria 4 points
Russia » Russia 2 points
South Korea » South Korea 1 points

Sections in 2014 WORLD CUP GUIDE:

» City Guide
» Team Guide
» Travel Advice
» Results

 

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