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Bringing Together The World of Soccer.

The GLOBUS Cup brings together the US soccer community on the highest amateur level. Each year, the tournament is dedicated to one of the greatest World Cup finals from past decades. It is an event of shared passion, competitive games and the opportunity to represent your country's colors against other nations.  

The prize: A replica FIFA World Cup 2020 trophy plus $3,000 prize money!

FIFA World Cup Final 1970
Brazil vs Italy 4-1
The 1970 FIFA World Cup Final was held on Sunday, 21 June, in the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, to determine the winner of the 1970 FIFA World Cup. This final, between Brazil and Italy, marked the first time that two former world champions met in a final; Italy had previously won the World Cup in 1934 and 1938, while Brazil won in 1958 and 1962.
Before the finals in Mexico, Brazil had to play qualifying matches against Colombia, Venezuela and Paraguay. Brazil was far superior, winning all six games, scoring 23 goals and conceding only two. In the last match of the qualifying round, Brazil beat Paraguay 1–0 and had the largest official audience ever recorded for a football match, with 183,341 spectators in Brazil's Maracanã Stadium. In total, the Brazilian team won all 12 games, scoring 42 goals and conceding only eight. 
With this third win after their 1958 and 1962 World Cup victories, Brazil became the world's most successful national football team at that time, surpassing both Italy and Uruguay, who each had two championships. The third title earned Brazil the right to retain the Jules Rimet Trophy permanently; it was stolen in 1983 while on display in Rio de Janeiro and never recovered. 38-year-old Brazilian coach Mário Zagallo became the first footballer to win the World Cup as a player (1958, 1962) and a coach, as well the second youngest coach to win a World Cup, after Alberto Suppici in 1930. Pelé ended his World Cup playing career as the first (and so far only) three-time winner.
GLOBUS Nations Cup
Roster Size: Max 18 players
Game Format: 11 v 11, Full Field
Game Time: 2 halves of 45 minutes
Tournament Fee: $1,400 per team
Open Registration: 3 players over 33 years of age allowed per team. 
The first group games of the tournament start on Friday, July 31st, at 6 PM and continue until Friday, September 11th.
Game Dates
First Group Stage
Friday, July 31st
Saturday, August 1st
Sunday, August 9th
Friday, August 14th
Saturday, August 15th
Second Group Stage
Friday, August 21st
Sunday, August 23rd
Friday, August 28th
Saturday, August 30th
Final & Third Place
Friday, September 11th
*Dates are subject to change due to final number of registered teams.
Game Mode & Rules
First Group Stage
Each team will be drawn into groups of 4. Teams will play each other once. After the final game the first and second placed team of every group advances to the next stage.
Second Group Stage
Advanced teams will be drawn into groups of 3. Teams will play each other once. Only group winners will advance to the semi-finals.
Winners of both previous group stages play each other once to determine the finalists.
Losing teams of the semi-finals will play in the third place game.
Winning teams of the semi-finals will play in the final of the tournament.
FIFA Rules & Regulations apply throughout the whole tournament. A full game schedule and timeline will be shared with every team.
Prize Money
Starting prize money is $3,000 for winning team. Prize money will change due to amount of teams registred for the tournament.
Sign-Up Process
Register using the button below as indicated.
Teams will be drawn randomly in groups of 4. The tournament committee will release the game plan and dates one week before the start of the tournament.
Open Registration
Players must be between 17-33 years in age. Each team is allowed a maximum of three older players.
Your registration is only finalized with a valid payment of the tournament fee. You will receive a confirmation email.
FIFA World Cup Final 1970 - Brazil
Registration closes on July 27th!
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