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Our World Cup Project. By: Sarah & Nadin. Our Trip to the World Cup. Plane Tickets: $4,864.94 Hotel: $17,550 Transportation: $358 Venue Tickets: $1,410 Game Tickets: $1,320 Food/Souvenirs: $4,000 Total: $29,502.94. The Belmond Copacabana Palace In Rio De Janeiro. Brazil.

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Our world cup project

Our World Cup Project

By: Sarah & Nadin

Our trip to the world cup

Our Trip to the World Cup

Plane Tickets: $4,864.94

Hotel: $17,550

Transportation: $358

Venue Tickets: $1,410

Game Tickets: $1,320

Food/Souvenirs: $4,000

Total: $29,502.94

The belmond copacabana palace in rio de janeiro

The Belmond Copacabana Palace In Rio De Janeiro



Brazil s economy

Brazil’s Economy

  • Brazil has one of the world's largest economies, with well-developed agricultural, mining, manufacturing, and service sectors.

  • It has been the world’s largest producer of coffee for the last 150 years

  • The major commercial crops are coffee, citrus fruit, soybeans, wheat, rice, corn, sugarcane, cocoa, cotton, tobacco, and bananas

  • Cattle, pigs, and sheep are the most numerous livestock

  • Logging, fishing, mining and agriculture are important to the Brazilian economy

  • Brazil is rich in natural resources like nickel, iron, uranium, tin, gold, timber and many more

Brazil s government

Brazil’s Government

  • Brazil is a federal Republican country with 26 states, and the Federal District of Brasília

  • Each state has its own elected legislature and governor

  • Dilma Rousseff is Brazil’s president, since 2011. He is both head of state and head of government

  • Brazil's legislative body is the National Congress, which is made up of the Chamber of Deputies and the Federal Senate

Brazil s history

Brazil’s History

  • The Portuguese were the first European settlers to arrive in the area, led by Pedro Cabral, who began the colonial period in 1500

  • Brazil gained it’s independence in 1822

  • Brazil is the only country to participate of the seventeen World Cups; Brazil has been five times champion (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002), vice-champion in two editions (1950 and 1998) and semi-finalist in other three (1938, 1974 and 1978)

Brazil s land

Brazil’s Land

  • Brazil is located in the eastern borders of South America, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean

  • Its capital city is Brasilia

  • The states of Brazil are Venezuela, Surinam, Uruguay, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, and Argentina

  • The total Brazilian population is about 158,739,257

  • Brazil is very mountainous

  • The country covers a total surface area of 8,511,965 square km

Brazil s climate

Brazil’s Climate

  • The climate in Brazil is mostly tropical, but has temperate weather towards the south



World cup history of france s soccer team

World Cup History of France’s Soccer Team

  • They have appeared in 13 World Cups, tied for the fifth-best

  • The France team won their first and only World Cup title in 1998

  • The team has also finished in third place in 1958 and 1986

  • They were once at fourth place in 1982

  • The team's worst result in the competition was first-round elimination in 2002 and 2010

  • The national team’s nickname is “les Bleus”

  • The first ever goal scored at the World Cup was by a French man.

Coach of france soccer team

Coach of France Soccer Team

  • Didier Deschamps is a retired French Footballer and current manager of France.

  • As an international, he captained France to victories in the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000.

  • He was the youngest captain ever to lead his team to the Champions League title when they won.

  • On 8 July 2012, Deschamps was named as the new manager of the French National Team.

France s star soccer players

France’s Star Soccer Players

Samir Nasri Franck Ribéry Gael Clichy

Samir nasri

Samir Nasri

Samir primarily plays as an attacking midfielder and a winger, although he has also been deployed in central midfield. He is known for his technical ability, creativity, pace, and ability to read the game. He is described as a player whose "vision and imagination make him an unpredictable opponent". His playing style, ability, and cultural background have drawn comparisons to French legend ZinedineZidane.

Franck rib ry

Franck Ribéry

Ribéry is known for pace, energy, skill and precise passing.He is described as a player who is fast, tricky and an excellent dribbler, who has great control with the ball at his feet.Since joining Bayern, he has been recognized on the world stage as one of the best French players of his generation. His teammates call him the "jewel of French football".

Gael clichy

Gael Clichy

Gael is predominantly left footed, he primarily plays as a left-back that is also capable of playing as an offensive-minded wingback. Clichy is described as a player who possesses "almost unrivaled stamina" that is "quick in the tackle and willing to drive forward".He was a member of Arsenal's famous Invincible team before leaving the club in 2011.

France team roster

France Team Roster

The end

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