Catch the World Cup Fever Even if You are not in BrazilTerohan Nula June 11, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Football fans around the world wait for four years for the sport’s biggest competition to commence. This year’s World Cup is even more significant, as it is currently held in Brazil considered by many as a mecca for football. All the world’s eyes now turn to the South American nation as national teams battle it out to bag the crown.
You do not even have to buy a ticket to Brazil to enjoy the competition. Join the millions of other football fans enjoying the competition with these ideas:
Cheer on the Underdogs
For those unfamiliar with the setup of the World Cup, the first few weeks hold the group stages where the top two nations from each group, A to H, will advance to the next stage. This is usually where the fun begins as underdogs aim to upset favoured nations, just like what the Costa Ricans did when they beat Scotland in 1990.This year, do not expect the “minnows” to give up the fight; they might be holding the ones holding the cup in the end.
Download World Cup Apps
Technology has made following World Cup even sweeter. Now, you can stay up-to-date with what is happening anywhere and anytime of the day. According to Digital Trends, some of the best mobile app that you should have are the official FIFA app and Sofa Score, among others.
Wear the Shirt
Fashion-savvy football fans are also in for a treat this World Cup. This year’s competition features creatively designed kits, from the tribal markings of the Indomitable Lions to Brazil’s iconic yellow kit. Even if you are not in Brazil, you can easily feel the World Cup fever just by donning your bet’s jersey.
Have a Finals Party
The ultimate match is always the grandest. Invite your friends for a World Cup finals party at your house. For extra fun, prepare food to match the occasion. Order personalised pizza toppers from EatYourPhoto.Uk and other edible images providers or prepare drinks with the colours of the two finalists.
Whether you are a fan of Lionel Messi’s masterful runs or you admire the tiki-taka play of La Furia Roja, the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is definitely something every footie fan, or any avid sports follower for that matter, should not miss.