Between 31st May-21st June, the ninth FIFA World Cup took place in Mexico, the first tournament not be hosted in either Europe or South America.
Between 11th-30th July, the FIFA World Cup came home to the birth place of the ‘beautiful game’, as England hosted its eight competition.
Between 30th May-17th June, the seventh FIFA World Cup tournament took place in Chile as football’s greatest tournament hopped back over the Atlantic Ocean.
Between 8th-29th June, the sixth FIFA World Cup tournament took place in the Scandinavian nation of Sweden and the competition remains one of the finest in its history.
Between 16th June-4th July the fifth FIFA World Cup tournament took place in Switzerland, as the global football carnival returned to Europe after a 16 year absence.
Between 24th June-16th July, the first World Cup after the Second World War took place in the football capital of the world, Brazil.
Between 4th-19th June, the third ever FIFA World Cup tournament took place in France in the last competition before the Second World War.
The Czechs desperately tried to find an equaliser, yet the final whistle saw the host nation win again, Italy being 2-1 victors.
It is only fair that the Young Journalist Academy celebrate the World Cup by taking a trip down memory lane and the hall of fame, starting with the very first tournament all the way back in 1930.
The crane operators said the crane was lifting the last part of the structure of the metal roof of the stadium when it collapsed.