Cüneyt Çakir from Turkey will referee the second semi-final between the Netherlands and Argentina.
The Football For Hope Festival 2014 kicked off today with a ceremony that saw FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter joined by Brazilian legend Ronaldo as the 32 teams from social organisations around the world were welcomed to Caju in Rio de Janeiro for a unique intercultural exchange and a football tournament.
Brazil head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is convinced Brazil can beat Germany and make it through to a dream FIFA World Cup final despite Neymar's absence.
Argentina and the Netherlands are set to do battle in the semi-finals of Brazil 2014 in Sao Paulo on Wednesday, and to prepare for the occasion we have put together video highlights from their previous five encounters at the FIFA World Cup.
Penalties have come to the fore ever since substitute Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul knocked out Costa Rica. FIFA.com speaks with players, goalkeepers and coaches about their own recipes for spot-kick success.
FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter spoke exclusively to FIFA.com at the opening of the Football For Hope Festival in Caju, Rio de Janeiro where he spoke of his admiration for those taking part and the legacy of the FIFA World Cup.
Nicholas Griffith is harnessing the power of football to make a difference in his community. FIFA.com interviewed the Power of Football contest winner.
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