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FIFA World Cup Host Nations Map

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This 30-slide PPT set shows details of all the nations that have hosted the FIFA World Cup including Brazil, Japan, Argentina and England among others.

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This is an editable PPT map product showing the FIFA World Cup host nations. These slides include the world map showing the FIFA host nations, the continent maps with host nations and individual maps of each host country. It also includes information such as the logo, the dates of the tournament, the number of teams and the winners/runners-up information.

The editable feature allows for the maps to be personalized. Data and graphics can be easily added as shown in sample slides.

Country maps with FIFA match venue cities included in this product are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Qatar, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA, West Germany.

Product Features & Benefits:

  • Custom-designed, fully editable PowerPoint slides
  • Add, remove or modify design elements
  • Convenient text placeholder
  • Loads of easy to edit layout options
  • Superior to Clip Art - Versatile PowerPoint elements used to give flexibility to design
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Product Specs Static
Slide Count 21 - 30 Slides
Additional Specs Version 2007 and above, Includes Content

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