World Cup commonly refers to:
- FIFA World Cup (men's association football)
- ICC Cricket World Cup
- Rugby World Cup (rugby union)
- FIBA Basketball World Cup (men's basketball; known as the FIBA World Championship through the 2010 edition)
World Cup can also refer to:
Other articles related to "world, world cup, cup":
... World (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) Europe (UEM) Seniors Juniors Seniors Juniors Individual World Individual Grand Prix World Individual U-21 European Individual European Individual U-19 ... The rider who has gained the most points at the end of the tournament is declared the World Champion ... American rider Greg Hancock is the current World Champion, which is his second championship win after his first title in 1997 ...
... Romário was left out of the 1998 World Cup squad ... the tournament, but he did not recover completely and was dismissed the day of the deadline for the World Cup squad submissions ... Brazil lost the World Cup final against hosts France ...
... New Zealand played in the 1982 FIFA World Cup and in the 2010 FIFA World Cup ... out to be the only team not to lose a game during that World Cup ... New Zealand has won the OFC Nations Cup four times – in 1973, 1998, 2002 and 2008 ...
... See also New Zealand at the FIFA World Cup FIFA World Cup record FIFA World Cup Qualification record Manager (s) Year Round Position Pld W D L GF GA ...
... Each member of the 2003 Women's World Cup squad received a prearranged bonus of 15,000 euros for winning the tournament four years later the players received 50,000 ... The 2003 World Cup title marked the breakthrough for the women’s national football team in Germany ... Nia Künzer's World Cup winning golden goal was voted Germany's 2003 Goal of the Year, the first time the award was won by a female player ...
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“Sunday morning may be cheery enough, with its extra cup of coffee and litter of Sunday newspapers, but there is always hanging over it the ominous threat of 3 P.M., when the sun gets around to the back windows and life stops dead in its tracks.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
“It is necessary to get a lot of men together, for the show of the thing,otherwise the world will not believe. That is the meaning of committees. But the real work must always be done by one or two men.”
—Anthony Trollope (18151882)