Google Doodle: 2010 FIFA World Cup Final

By Daniel Chubb - Jul 11, 2010

Since the start of June just over a month ago, we have had a number of Google Doodles, which celebrate special events, and famous people from our history. Feel free to tell us your favorite Google Doodle so far in the comments.

Since the start of the worlds biggest sporting event – 2010 FIFA World Cup – we’ve seen a doodle on this event already, this was the Google Doodle as a clickable World Cup guide back on June 11.

Today Google is celebrating the FIFA World Cup final with a Google Doodle, which links to a page that shows the final game kick off time, Netherlands vs. Spain at 2:30pm (ET). This then links to information via Fifa.com.

The Doodle was expected today, but what do you think of the image? Let us know your thoughts. Also feel free to see some previous Doodle’s since the start of June; these include US Independence Day, Antoine De Saint-Exupery, Father’s Day, and Dennis Gabor’s birthday.

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  • RONALD KIPSANG

    RONALD KIPSANG

    I was not happy with the referee who officiated the match between spain and netherlands.My comment as a football fan is that referees' denial to award netherlands a fault which gave spain the only chance to demolish their counterparts 6 minutes before the end of the120 minutes play spoiled my flavour towards football and the first worldcup tournament hosted in the African continent.

  • Brittany

    My absolute favorite was the pacman one! Everybody at work played it, all that could be heard throughout the Laboratory was pacman! Although, now that it has been changed to google.com/pacman our company has blocked that website and now we are unable to play when we are bored and don't have any work to do.