Brazil’s 20xx FIFA World Cup mascot, a blue and yellow armadillo...now officially has a name. Following an online vote, the armadillo was baptized on Sunday as "Fuleco", a word which organisers say transmits a message of environmental awareness.
The name of the three-banded armadillo, an endangered species indigenous to Brazil, was announced on national television. The name Fuleco was chosen by 48 percent of the 1.7 million votes, trumping the two other options, Zuzeco and Amijubi. While nature’s version is light brown in color, FIFA’s armadillo is yellow with green eyes and a blue shell - the colours of the Brazilian flag - and will be holding a football. Three-banded armadillos live mainly in Brazil’s arid northeast and are threatened by destruction to their natural environment. They are unusual among armadillos in that they can roll up into a ball to defend themselves from predators.
The 20xx World Cup football match is FIFA twentieth World Cup, held in Brazil from June 12, 20xx to July 13th, the 32 teams from around the world to participate in the games, 64 games to determine the winner team. This is the second in 1950 after the World Cup second held in Brazil, is following the 1978 Argentina World Cup fifth time World Cup held in South america.
The 20xx World Cup in Brazil, there are 32 teams. Remove host Brazil automatically qualified outside, the other 31 countries to participate in the qualifiers in June through 20xx to qualify. Brazil during the world cup, the 12 city in the territory of Brazil held a total of 64 games. At the same time, the Brazil world cup is the first use of goal line technology of the world cup.