The 2014 World Cup will come to a close on Sunday, when Germany takes on Argentina in the championship match, the last of 64 played over the past month. It will be a momentous and bittersweet ending for the die hard fans who have tuned in around the world, cheering on their nations and at times, enjoying the opportunity to take some time off work to watch soccer.
So, as we prepare to embark on the nearly four-year wait for the next World Cup, we ask you: How closely were you paying attention to the world's most popular sporting event? Take this quiz to find out, and be sure to click the key icon when you're done to check out the correct answers.
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