2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer Google Doodle

This doodle is released as a part of Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer games. On September 22, 2000 the doodle is released, during the occasion of event. This is one of the doodle in the series of doodle that released by Google as a part of Olympic Games in Sydney.

2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer Google Doodle
2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer (September 23, 2000)

2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer Google Doodle  is quite simple and specifies about the sporting event for which it is dedicated. The Kangaroo is pictured as a football player and which is on the action with a kick. The second ‘o’ in Google is replaced by a football. In all Olympic doodles of the year 2000 the ‘Google’ is written by using 5 colors representing 5 continents. . The letters are written with blue, yellow, black, green and red, which are colors appearing in the Olympic ring.

FIFA Fair Play Award in 2000 Olympic Soccer Games for Brazil
FIFA Fair Play Award in 2000 Olympic Soccer Games for Brazil
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The Soccer games of Olympics 2000 started on September 13. There were 24 teams participated in the game and it is held at 6 venues in the host cities of Australia. There were 48 matches played from 13th September to 30th September in the Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer competition.

As a part of  Summer Olympics Games the football tournament occurs every 4 year . The countries having the affiliation of FIFA are invited to play the tournament with their under 23 team (both men and women’s team). The whole groups of teams are divided in to 6 groups for Olympic Games in Sydney Soccer sport. For men’s tournament the whole teams are divided in to 4 groups known as Group A, B, C, D. For women’s tournament the whole teams are divided in to 2 groups known as Group E and F.

Each Group contains 4 teams. Group A contains Australia, Honduras, Italy and Nigeria. Group B contains Chile, Morocco, South Africa and Spain. Group C contains Cameroon, Czech Republic, Kuwait and United States. Group D contains Brazil, Japan, Slovakia and South Africa. For women’s tournament Group E includes Australia, Germany, Brazil and Sweden. Group F contains China, Nigeria, Norway and United States.

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