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Soccer World Cup Football fan, crazy pictures, beautiful fans, and face painting ideas. In the Football and Soccer world, the FIFA Soccer World Cup is a huge global event. This World Cup 2010, is taking place in South Africa. This page is devoted to the football fan that really goes all out to support his or her nation, with some passion and flair. Soccer and football fans are known for fanatical support bordering on mania and even violence at times.

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FIFA World Cup 2010 - South Africa - Fans

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The final line up of countries who have qualified for the 2010 FIFA World Cup is as follows: Nigeria, Cameroon, New Zealand, Japan, Netherlands, North Korea, South Korea, Australia, USA, Brazil, Ghana, England, Paraguay, Spain, Denmark, Cote d’Ivoire, Chile, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Serbia, Switzerland, Argentina, Honduras, Slovakia, Algeria, Portugal, France, Slovenia, Greece, Uruguay and host South Africa.

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South Africa (Host Nation)

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This is South Africa's third appearance at the FIFA World Cup. Their first participation was at France 1998 and they also qualified for Korea/Japan 2002.

Benni McCarthy scored the country's first goal at the FIFA World Cup in a 1-1 draw against Denmark on 18 June 1998.



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Mexico

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Mexico have qualified for the FIFA World Cup finals 14 times in all, more than any other side from the CONCACAF Zone. Mexico's achieved their best-ever performances in the finals as tournament hosts in 1970 and 1986, reaching the last eight on both occasions.

South Africa 2010 is their fifth appearance in the finals in a row. On all four previous occasions they have bowed out in the Round of 16.



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Uruguay

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Uruguay will be appearing in the FIFA World Cup for the 11th time at South Africa 2010.Uruguay hosted the inaugural FIFA World Cup finals in 1930 and went on to win the tournament after defeating Argentina 4-2 in the Final.

The last time that the men in sky blue advanced beyond the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup finals was at Mexico 1970, when they finished fourth.



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France

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Les Bleus have appeared in 12 final tournaments, winning on home soil in 1998. Regular actors on the greatest stage of all, France also managed third-place finishes in 1958 and 1986, as well as fourth spot in 1982.
Honours
- 1 FIFA World Cup (1998)
- 2 FIFA Confederations Cup (2001, 2003)
- 2 UEFA European Championships (1984, 2000)

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Argentina

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Argentina have reached four FIFA World Cup Finals in all. They beat Netherlands in 1978 and Germany in 1986 but lost to Uruguay in 1930 and to the Germans in 1990.
La Albiceleste will be appearing in the FIFA World Cup for the 20th time at South Africa 2010, their tenth consecutive appearance.
Set to make his first appearance as a coach, Diego Maradona played in four successive finals competitions between 1982 and 1994.


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Nigeria

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Nigeria’s 3-0 waltz over Bulgaria in their USA 94 debut match was more remarkable given that the Europeans went on to beat Greece, Argentina, Mexico and Germany in the tournament.

Since Clemens Westerhof built the 1994 side and left the Super Eagles, the team has been coached by such well-known European journeymen as Jo Bonfrere, Philippe Troussier, Bora Milutinovic and Berti Vogts. Nigeria have a rich history at other worldwide tournaments, having won the 1985, 1993 and 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup as well as the 1996 Olympic Football Tournament.

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South Korea

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Although Korea Republic were the first team to represent Asia at the FIFA World Cup in 1954, it took more than three decades for them to make their second appearance at Mexico 1986.
Korea Republic are the most frequent visitors from Asia to the FIFA World Cup, and are set to make their eighth appearance this time in South Africa.The best result the Taeguk Warriors have achieved so far was at Korea/Japan 2002, where they swept past European powerhouses Portugal, Italy, and Spain to reach the last four.

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Greece

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With Greece having only reached one FIFA World Cup and one European Championship prior to his arrival, within three years of taking the post Rehhagel had guided the Greeks to EURO glory, before going on to clinch qualification for both EURO 2008 and South Africa 2010.
Greece will be determined to improve on their showing at USA 1994, where they sank to group-stage defeats against Argentina (4-0), Bulgaria (4-0) and Nigeria (2-0) and headed for home at the first hurdle. That competition on United States’ soil was the Greeks’ first and only previous appearance at the finals of a FIFA World Cup.

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England

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England have appeared at 11 previous editions of the global showpiece, including their debut at Brazil 1950. Victors on home soil in 1966, their best performance outside their own shores came under the late Sir Bobby Robson at Italy 1990, when a side featuring the likes of Gary Lineker, Chris Waddle, Paul Gascoigne and David Platt reached the last four only to lose out on penalties to eventual winners West Germany. The 1-0 loss in Ukraine on 10 October 2009 ended a run of ten consecutive victories in FIFA World Cup qualification, which England had begun with a 1-0 win over Austria in Manchester on 8 October 2005.The Three Lions' leading scorer in qualifying, Wayne Rooney, was at his most dangerous between the 72nd and 76th minutes of play, during which period he scored no fewer than four times.

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USA

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The United States have taken part at nine FIFA World Cups, with Mexico the only CONCACAF team involved in more editions of the showpiece event.

The Stars and Stripes' best finals performance came at Uruguay 1930, when they exited at the semi-final stage.South Africa 2010 will be the United States' sixth consecutive finals appearance. At Germany 2006 they bid farewell to the tournament at the first hurdle.


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Algeria

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Algeria will end a 24-year absence from football’s top table when they kick their first ball at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Les Fennecs (the Desert Foxes) may have won the CAF African Cup of Nations since appearing at Mexico 1986, but they spent a long time in the wilderness before slowly working their way back as a competitive force at the start of the century. The current crop of players feel stronger than ever, with enough belief to put in a historic performance in South Africa. South Africa will mark Algeria’s third appearance at a FIFA World Cup finals, and they will be looking to graduate from the group stage for the first time in their history.

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Slovenia

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A nation of just two million people, Slovenia have already punched above their weight to secure a place at this FIFA World Cup™. When one considers that they knocked out Poland, Czech Republic and, finally, Russia - population 142 million – to take their place in South Africa, the achievement becomes near-miraculous.
Yet 2010 is, in fact, this fledgling football nation’s second appearance on the game’s biggest stage, and they are determined to continue defying the odds when they square up to the world’s best. Given that they only gained independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, Slovenia’s football history is shorter than the majority of their South Africa 2010 rivals.

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An Ivory Coast fan painted in the colours of the Ivory Coast flag poses before their 2010 World Cup soccer match against Brazil, in Abidjan - Sunday June …

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Netherlands fans on their way to the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban. The Netherlands are playing against Japan in a World Cup group E soccer match. Photo: …

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A Brazil supporter cheers on his side during the 2010 World Cup match at Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg. Photo: Etienne Rothbart, The Star

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A Portugal fan at the Green point Stadium. Photo: AP

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Excited Portugal fans cheer on their side it takes on Korea DPR in 2010 World Cup match at Cape Town stadium, Western Cape. Photo: Brenton Geach, Cape …

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A Mexico fan cheers on his side at it takes on France in the 2010 World Cup match at the Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane. Photo: Antoine de Ras, The …

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