Best Football Events In The World
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There is something special about football tournaments that tend to bring out the most passionate of fans from all over the world. Football is an emotional sport just as it is physical. The history of the sport, the players on the field, and the fans were watching both from within and without the stadium.
The atmosphere is incredible, and the build-up before matches is nerve-wracking. As a football fan, there are some games, stadiums, cups and tournaments that are probably featured on your bucket list. Here are the best football events that you should make a point to experience in your lifetime.
The FIFA World Cup
Football fans refer to it as the ‘World Cup’. It is the largest football tournament in the world, attracting more viewers than the entire Olympic games combined. Organised by the world football governing body, Fèdèration Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the tournament is held every four years and features some of the best footballing national teams in the world.
What makes the World Cup a true spectacle is its cultural symbolism. Football is the most popular sport in the world, and nothing brings unity to a country like being crowned the best in the world at football.
The UEFA Champions League
This tournament features the best clubs in Europe fight it out to earn the much-coveted Champions of Europe title. The Champions League final is the sporting event that garners the most viewers annually. It may feature European clubs, but its popularity transcends continental borders. The tournament has been in existence for over 60 years, and it features club football of the highest level. All players and fans dream of their team lifting the ‘big ears’ trophy as it has come to be known as because of the trophy’s large handles. The past decade has seen Spanish teams dominate the tournament with Barcelona and Real Madrid winning it seven times between them.
The FA Cup
It is the oldest competition football in the world and the most prestigious knockout tournament for English teams. First held in 1871, it has emerged as one of the biggest prizes in domestic English football in the 149 years it has been in existence. The tournament is loved for its upsets and is widely perceived as an underdog story. It is because it features some of the smallest teams in England battling it out against the biggest teams and sometimes emerging victorious. No other club has won the trophy more than Arsenal, who have won the trophy a record 13 times, although Manchester City is the current FA Cup champions.
Africa Cup Of Nations
The continent of Africa is madly in love with football. And the AFCON, as it is popularly known as, sets up the most exceptional international teams from Africa against each other. Egypt has won the tournament a record seven times, but the current champions are Algeria, who won the championship in 2019 beating Senegal in the final. However, AFCON is not to be confused with the African Championships Tournament, which follows similar working criteria as AFCON but is a different competition altogether.