FORMAT OF WORLD CUP

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FORMAT OF WORLD CUP INTRODUCTION > From 1930 until 1970 the JULES RIMET Trophy was awarded to the world cup winner. > The originally simply known as the world cup or Coupe de Monde > At 1934 qualifying tournament have been held to thin the field for the final tournament > The qualification process can start as early as almost three year before the final tournament and last over a two year period.Usually one or two places are awarded to winners of intercontinental play-offs.

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FINAL TOURNAMENTS >The current final tournament features 32 nationals teams competing over a month in the host nation(s). >In the group stage teams compete within eight groups of four teams each. >Since 1998,constraints have been applied to the draw to ensure that no group contoins more than two European team or more than one teams from any other confederation

Each group play a round-robin tournament-usually three matches against other teams in the same group.The top two teams from each group advanced to the knock out stage.Points are used to rank the teams within a group.1994 three points have been awarded for a win. : 

Each group play a round-robin tournament-usually three matches against other teams in the same group.The top two teams from each group advanced to the knock out stage.Points are used to rank the teams within a group.1994 three points have been awarded for a win.

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>The ranking of each team in each group determined as follows: 1)Greatest number of points in group matches 2)Greatet goal difference in group matches >Level after applying the above criteria by followed: 1)Greatet number of point in head matches among those teams 2)Greatet number differences in head matches among thoes teams

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After that following by the quarter final,semi finals,the third-place match(conteted by the losing semi-finals)and the final

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