The Making of the FIFA World Cup

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  • Jack Davies
  • ISBN 9781801501668
  • English language
  • 254 pages
  • Hardback
  • 14,5 x 22,5 cm

The Making of the FIFA World Cup takes us on a fast-paced trip through the history of football's biggest tournament, with a comprehensive collection of the World Cup's defining moments.

Filled with unforgettable episodes such as England's 1966 triumph and Maradona's 'Hand of God', the book transports us to the World Cup's most important flashpoints, recounting each moment and the story behind it.

It also puts some of the World Cup's quirkiest events under the microscope: whether it'z Zaire's bizarre defence of a free kick against Brazil in 1974 or a scruffy collie dog locating the stolen World Cup trophy under a car in London.

From the greatest goals to the biggest controversies, from the funniest moments to the most memorable matches, The Making of the FIFA World Cup gives you an in-depth look at why the competition is sport's most watched event - through the moments that make it so dramatic, popular and irresistibly exciting.