The best of the best from the 2013 FIFA World Cup
TalkSport presents a special edition of FIFA World Football’s best of 2013.
From the world’s most famous soccer games to the greatest moments of the game, TalkSport’s list of the year’s best features some of the most memorable moments in the sport’s history.
In our inaugural year, we were delighted to be able to feature some of our favorite moments from the FIFA World Cups of 2002, 2007 and 2010.
We also featured some of Europe’s best moments in 2010, when a thrilling 3-1 win over Portugal saw England win their first ever major trophy.
The year also saw the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Brazil, a tournament that saw England emerge victorious and the number of players representing England rise from a mere seven to a staggering 24.
The English players of the past 12 years have gone on to win a total of four World Cups and seven UEFA Champions League titles, all with the current England squad, which is currently ranked in the top five of the world rankings.
The FIFA U20 World Championship in Brazil has been the highlight of the FIFA world cup since 2002, and has seen England emerge triumphant from the group stages to reach the knockout stages of the tournament and to face the mighty Germany in the quarter-finals.
England’s World Cup success also coincided with the rise of the English Premier League, and the success of the new, expanded competition, which was created in 2007.
With the UEFA Champions Leagues now in full swing, England have not lost a major tournament since the 2007 World Cup.
The competition’s most recent finals saw England beat Russia 4-0 in the semi-finals and beat Spain 3-0 to reach their second major final.
In the quarterfinals of the 2012 European Championships, England went on to beat Spain 1-0 and France 2-0.
In the last major tournament of the calendar year, England had a perfect record at the 2010 World Cup, winning the tournament in their opening round against Portugal, then defeating Spain in the final and beating Germany in their final to become the first team to win three major tournaments in a row.
In 2013, England won the World Cup for the first time since 2002 and their first in more than 20 years.
The team that won the tournament also won the UEFA European Championship and reached the last four of the UEFA Euro Championship in 2015.
A record number of football fans around the world have watched England play their way through the tournament, with more than 40 million watching live and over 2 million tuning in online.
In addition to the excitement of seeing the national team in action, England also earned a record number on social media, with over one million tweets about the tournament being sent to their account, with many fans sharing their thoughts on the game and the players.
The UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying Tournament was a very important event in 2013.
The tournament saw England make it to the quarterfinal and quarter-final stages, and they ultimately fell to Portugal 2-1 in the last-16 stage.
In addition to England’s stunning final performance, a record of 6.6 million fans tuned in to the game live and watched the live stream.
That’s more than the total audience for the 2012 World Cup and the 2013 Confederations Cup.
A staggering 19,000 tickets were sold for the UEFA Europa League Final between England and Germany.
Fans of both sides attended the game on their respective teams’ home grounds, and England were unable to secure a spot in the knockout stage, but won their group stage by beating Germany 3-2 on aggregate.
In 2014, England made history with their first World Cup final appearance in over 40 years, as they reached the quarter final and knocked out Spain in extra time to reach Russia 2-2 in the Champions League.
In Russia, England were defeated 4-1 on aggregate by the reigning European champions, Spain, but the players’ performance helped lift England back to the top of the standings, which would allow them to secure their place in the tournament for the second time.
England are also the first side in a quarterfinal history to win the World Club Championship.
In a series that saw the likes of Spain, Italy, and Portugal reach the final of the European Club Championship, England finished runners-up to Spain, securing themselves a spot at the 2019 World Cup by beating Italy 3-3 in the semifinal.
The 2014 World Cup also saw England’s return to the final stage of the Champions, defeating France 2.5-1 and then beating Germany 2-3 to reach France 2, where they defeated Spain 2-4 in the second leg of the finals.
This was the first World Club Cup final between England, Portugal and Germany since the 2005 tournament.
After an historic World Cup experience, England returned to the Premier League for the 2013-14 campaign.
The first-ever home match of the season saw England defeated 1-1 by Italy in the Capital One Cup quarter-Final and then defeated Portugal 4-2 at the last 16 stage of European football.
In August of this year, the