The Fifa World Cup is the world sporting event of Football (Soccer) that attracts people’s attention. Football fans accompany the championship with enthusiasm and the games move billions of dollars every four years. The FIFA World Cup was created by Frenchman Jules Rimet, a former president of the organization. That’s the reason, to this day, the trophy that serves as one of the competition awards named after the French. The first World Cup championship was held in 1930 in Uruguay. This first edition had the participation of thirteen countries, including Brazil.
The final of the world cup was held by the national teams of Uruguay and Argentina. The first World Cup was won by Uruguay by 4 to 2.
The FIFA Soccer World Cup began to be planned in 1928. During an entity committee, the then president Jules Rimet approved the establishment of an international tournament.
The success of the competition was so great that the event has become an international sporting calendar reference, gathering four crowds in four years to cheer for their national teams. The French Jules Rimet marked his name in the history of FIFA (Federation International Football Association) as the man who created the world Cup, a visionary football which brought together the world’s best soccer teams to fight for the title of world of sport champion. The first history of the world Cup was attended by Uruguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Belgium, France, Yugoslavia, Romania, Mexico and the United States.