Drop Kick World Champs Game Online - Play Free Fun Soccer Web Games
Time for another football challenge. The World Cup is here and you are the one to lead your squad to the trophy. Pick your team and crash the opponent with your precise volleys in a web game made by FlashFooty. Instead of playing a full 90 minutes of football, you can instead take part in a cool penalty shootout tournament with other teams from around the world. Have fun!
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How to Play Drop Kick World Champs Game
Use your mouse to move the player. Press left mouse button to kick.
Fun Facts about the Soccer World Cup
According to the websites CNN.com and CBC.ca there are many interesting and fun facts about the soccer world cup. It is the world's most widely viewed sporting event, and takes place every four years to determine the world champion. This international tournament is held by FIFA, the Federation Internationale de Football Association. The first World Cup took place in Montevideo, Urugual in 1930. The oldest referee in a World Cup game was George Reader of England, who was 53 when he took charge of the Brazil-Uruguay World Cup finale in 1950. Mexico became the first nation outside of Europe and South America to host the World Cup, in 1970. Russia's Oleg Salenko scored a tournament-record five goals in one game during a 6-1 win over Cameroon at the 1994 World Cup in the United States. For more online facts we recommend you to visit one of those two website where we dug up these facts.
Winners of the Soccer World Cup
Over the years some countries have won several championships while others yet haven't one a single one. We went to TopEndSports.com to get our facts straight, adn this is what we found out. There are four nations that really stand out when it comes to world cup soccer are Argentina, Brazil, Germany, and Italy. The most winning team is Brazil with 5 tiles, followed by Germany and Italy each with 4 titles. Germany is the country with most top 3 finished, while Netherlands is the country with most top 3 finished which have never won. The first World Cup final took place in 1930, and Uruguay defeated Argentina 4-2 in a spectacular game in front of a crowd of 93,000 people in Montevideo, Uruguay.