World Cup Football Stars HD Wallpaper New Tab

Install my World Cup Football Stars New Tab Themes to enjoy the awesome HD wallpapers of World Cup football stars, everytime you open a new tab.
You can find the extension in Chrome Web Store.


Tired of the standard new tab? Why not bringing World Cup football stars to your screen? Add our extension to Chrome and enjoy tons of World Cup football stars wallpapers in HD quality. You can shuffle all pics, or, shuffle your favorite pics only. If you’re bored, why not select Slideshow option and enjoy a World Cup football stars wallpapers show. And the best part is: you can use this World Cup Football Stars New Tab along with other free addon extensions!.

★ What can you get from my World Cup Football Stars themes?
This World Cup Football Stars New Tab also provides quick navigation to your most visited sites, Chrome apps like Gmail, or having a quick look at To-do list. Other handy features like date time, weather temperature can also be shown on the theme if you need.
You can enjoy all these features (and more…) for free! Our World Cup Football Stars New Tab does not include ads or any hidden catch! To uninstall, just right-click on the icon and choose Remove from Chrome.
We hope you have a fun time with our World Cup football stars extension. And if you’re interested in other soccer themes like World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo CR7, Lionel Messi, Neymar, visit our homepage for more HD wallpapers and newtab themes:

– The World Cup in 2018 will mark the first time Russia has ever hosted this event.
– The 2018 World Cup will be Russia’s 11th World Cup appearance. Their highest ever finish was 4th place in 1966.
– 3.2 billion people (almost half of the world’s population) tuned in to watch the 2014 World Cup.
– The World Cup has been played 20 times, Brazil holds the most titles with five. Italy and Germany are close behind with four each.
– For the first time in the history of soccer, the 2002 World Cup was held in two different countries: South Korea and Japan.
– The oldest goal scorer in the World Cup was Roger Milla, who was 42 in 1994 when he scored a goal for Cameroon against Russia.
– It is rumored that India withdrew from the 1950 tournament as they were not allowed to play barefoot.
– One of the venues for the 2018 World Cup, Fisht Stadium in Sochi, is the same stadium that hosted the opening and closing ceremonies at the 2014 Winter Games.
– The first World Cup was played in 1930. Uruguay was both the tournament host and winner that year.
– The World Cup trophy went missing for 7 days in 1966, when it was stolen just prior to the tournament.

– The distance between the easternmost host city (Ekaterinburg) and the westernmost host city (Kaliningrad) at the 2018 World Cup is over 1500 miles. For comparison, that’s about the same distance as Moscow to London, England.
– The average attendance per game at the 2014 World Cup was over 53,000 fans!
– The highest scoring game in World Cup history was in 1954, when Austria defeated Switzerland 7-5.
– The Italians have had the most number of draws in World Cup history with 21.
– Of all countries that have appeared in the World Cup, Indonesia has played the least number of matches – just one in 1938.
– Mexico has the most World Cup losses (25), though they do also have 14 wins and 14 draws.
– While 32 teams will qualify for the 2018 tournament, the number will jump to 48 in 2026.
– The most goals ever scored by one player in a World Cup match is an impressive five, by Oleg Salenko of Russia.
– The World Cup winning country is rumored to see a baby boom 9 months after the World Cup. In fact, Hyundai even created a commercial based on this fact.

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