Audi is keeping scores for 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil using 28 Audi A8s

FIFA World Cup 2014 has people glued to sports channel. It appears that Audi is also keeping scores. The automaker has been playing scoreboard for every match by using a huge LED scoreboard. The special thing about this scoreboard is that it has been made with the headlights of twenty eight Audi A8 sedans. The scoreboard has been installed in Brooklyn on the shores of Greenpoint. The board is visible even from a great distance.

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This special LED scoreboard created by Audi consists of about 45 shipping containers. It has been placed at a height of over 40 feet. Though it appears like a simple LED scoreboard consisting of digital clusters from afar, on closer examination you will get to admire the beautiful handiwork of the Audi A8 LED headlights. The celebrated international auto manufacturer started keeping scores of the World Cup with the USA win. The LED scoreboard by Audi will continue to display the scores of every match live till July 14th, Monday. Audi deserve appreciation for coming up with this unique avenue to bring US closer to world class football.

As the soccer involvement in the US is growing, the auto maker has been adopting unique means to improve soccer experience for the fans. On July 31st, the Audi Football Summit will get to see Bayern Munich playing Deportibo Guadalajara at Red Bull Arena, New Jersey at 8 PM EST. The match is to be broadcasted on TV as well as over internet.

In the eleventh season, Audi is the partial owner and partner of FC Bayern. FC Bayern Munich won 5 titles in the 2013 season one of which was the UEFA Champions League. Bayern Munich is also the present FIFA Club World Champion. The club has opened its first overseas office in New York. The players of the club drive Audi cars.

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