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Budweiser Tapped as Official Beer Sponsor of the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World CupTM Events

Budweiser Tapped as Official Beer Sponsor of the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World CupTM Events

, today announced its continued

partnership with the Federation Internationale de Football AssociationFIFA n abbr (= Fdration Internationale de Football Association) FIFA f ) as the official beer of the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup(TM)

tournaments. The brand also serves as the official beer sponsor of the

2006 FIFA World Cup(TM) in Germany this summer.

“In every corner of the world, football fans share a passion

for their favorite teams and players, and they enjoy watching the games

with a cold beer,” said Tony Ponturo, vice president of global

media and sports marketing, , Inc. “As the most

watched international sporting event, the FIFA World Cup allows

to connect our flagship brand with millions of adult beer

drinkers and football fans. Since 1986, Budweiser has been a strong

supporter of this tournament, and we will continue to bring fans closer

to the excitement of the FIFA World Cup for the next eight years.”

supports its sponsorship of the FIFA World Cup both

in the host country and key international markets. This includes use of

the official tournament marks for promotional purposes, such as

packaging, point of sale materials and other advertising. The company

also receives on field signage, outdoor billboards and pouring rights at

FIFA World Cup venues.

In 2006, has several activities supporting its FIFA

World Cup sponsorship including Budweiser Cup, an amateur tournament

that features six man football Six man football is a variant of high school American football that is played with six players per team, instead of 11. History

How many of you feel after today FIFA has lost its case

How many of you feel after today FIFA has lost its case

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As far as the England vs. Germany game, there was a video of a previous game from 1966 I believe, where almost this exact same situation occured but the ball didn go in, and England DID get the goal.

You believe wrong. As respected commentator Alan Green said, “it was a different era. Anyone who brings up 1966 is kidding themselves” (somewhat paraphrased from memory). The technology to have that kind of instant replay provided to referees didn even exist then.

Answers on 2014 FIFA World Cup

Answers on 2014 FIFA World Cup

The US football NT has got an excellent coach in Jurgen Klinsmann. He is very adept tactically and also knows how to develop the players. Another good thing is that he very pro youth, so a lot of youth players will be selected to play in friendlies and thus, gain valuable international experience. There won be a problem of having fringe players without any international experience (as was the case under Bob Bradley).

Since Klinsmann has taken the reins of the NT, the team has been performing pretty well. They currently have a 11 game winning streak since June 2 winning 4 3 against Germany which is a pretty impressive victory albeit Germany were playing with their second string players (but they have a lot of quality). They scored 3+ goals in 5 games and have conceded only 9 goals.

More recently, USA won the Gold Cup winning every single game played. The important thing to note here is that US fielded mostly fringe players along with a few experienced players. They scored 20 goals and conceded just 6 in the entire tournament.

Judging by these performances and results, I would say US have a very good chance of going pretty far in the WC (unless luck plays them a hard hand and they get involved in a group of death).