What Is the World Cup? (What Was?) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-20 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Learned some new and fascinating things about the World Cup (that I didn't know much about to begin with). Bader highlights historical context as well as famous players and shares a bit about football (yes, I think we should get right with the world and call it football). Another well-rounded nonfiction book in this What is/what are? series. " said.

"In just over one hundred pages, this provides an efficient introduction to the World Cup soccer competition that is held every four years. Some of the most dramatic competitions and rivalries are highlighted, FIFA’s role as a governing body is explained, past and recent controversies FIFA has faced are included, and major soccer personalities are introduced, such as Pele who gets a whole chapter. Numerous black and white sketches appear throughout and sixteen pages of photos showing World Cup events from 1930 to 2014 are grouped in the center. End pages contain a chart of winners and host countries, timelines of the World Cup and world events, and a short bibliography." said.

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