世界杯足球决赛(The world Cup Football Final)
The commentator was watching the world cup football final between England and West Germany.It seemed certain that England would win.There was only a minute left and England were leading by two goals to one.The German team had scored first but England had soon equalised and a quarter of and hour later,Peters had given them the lead.Now,play was in the English half of the field and the referee had just blown his whistle.He awarded a free kick to German about forty yards from the English goal.All the players gathered in front of the goal.Only a few seconds remained.The kick was taken and the ball went up to the left of the English penalty area.Everyone was fighting for it .It flew across the face of the goal.The defenders could not get it waay.Suddenly,Weber,the german left half,had the ball at his feet.Bob,the English goalkeeper,rushed to the other end of the goal to cover Weber's shot but it was too late.The ball was in the net.West Germany had levelled the score.The referee blew his whistle again to indicate the end of the normal period of play.The two teems would have to play extra time to decide who won the cup.
即将到来的世界杯 The Coming of The World Cup
December 9th is World Football Day, it reminds people of the coming of the World Cup. Football is popular all around the world, in our country, there are many teenagers playing football. The year of 20xx, there will be a famous world football match game, the most excellent football players will get together, fighting for the biggest honor for their country. The last champion team is Spanish, they are one of the strongest teams of the world, Brazilis the most famous team, they have won many times, makingBrazilthe strongest one. When the World Cup begins, people will focus their attention on the match, what a lively situation. Are you ready for the big day?
The FIFA World Cup
The FIFA World Cup (often called Football World Cup, The World Cup, or simply World Cup) is the most important competition in international football (soccer), and the world’s most representative team sport event. Organised by Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport’s governing body, the World Cup is contested by men’s national football teams which are FIFA members. The World Cup is held every four years, but the qualifying rounds of the competition take place over a three-year period, using regional qualifying tournaments. 197 national teams entered the qualification tournaments for the 20xx World Cup. The final tournament phase involves 32 national teams competing over a four-week period in a previously nominated host nation. The World Cup final competition (often called the "Finals"), which has been held every four years since 1930, except in 1942 and 1946 when it was cancelled due to World War II, is the most widely-viewed and followed sporting event in the world. It has a global audience of more than 3 billion people (half the world’s population) exceeding even the Olympic Games. Only seven nations have won the World Cup. Brazil is the most successful World Cup team, having won the tournament five times. Germany and Italy follow with three titles each. Argentina and Uruguay have two titles each. Finally, France and England have one title each. The next football World Cup will be held in Germany between June 9 and July 9, 20xx .
The World Cup
The World Cup (soccer), two international soccer tournaments, one for men and one for women, each held every four years. Both tournaments are the pinnacle of international competition in the sport. The men’s World Cup is considered the most popular sporting event in the world and is followed with passionate interest around the globe—the final game of the 1998 tournament was played to a television audience of more than 1 billion viewers. Founded in 1930 with just 13 teams, the tournament now attracts entries from more than 140 countries. The teams must participate in elimination games within their own continents before qualifying to become one of the 32 nations participating in the final tournament. The women’s World Cup was first played in 1991 and has gained popularity steadily since then. More than 90,000 fans attended the finals of the 1999 tournament—one of the largest crowds ever to witness a women’s sporting event. Nearly 75 nations attempted to qualify for the 1999 event, which was a 16-team elimination tournament.