Die „Hand des Teufels“ ist wieder da, der Traumsturm komplett: Luis Suarez und Diego Forlán sind für Uruguay die Trümpfe auf dem Weg zum. Uruguay: Eine Nervenkrankheit macht dem jährigen Trainer und ehemaligen Geschichtslehrer zu schaffen, seine Topstars hat er aber im. Oscar Tabárez ist schwer krank. Was ihn nicht hindert, Uruguay zu einem gefürchteten und fairen Gegner zu formen. Seine Spieler verehren.
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Diego Forlan was awarded the Player of The Tournament. A year later, they won the Copa America for the first time in 16 years and broke the record for the most successful team in South America.
They were upset by Costa Rica in the opening match, losing 3—1 despite taking the lead in the first half. Uruguay won its group after three victories, and advanced to the quarter-finals after a win over Portugal.
Since , Uruguay have played their home games at the Estadio Centenario in the Uruguayan capital Montevideo.
The stadium was built as a celebration of the centenary of Uruguay's first constitution, and had a capacity of 90, when first fully opened.
Uruguay's stadium Estadio Centenario is one of the biggest stadiums in the world over m wide and m long. Between and , Uruguay wore a variety of different shirts during its matches.
The first shirt worn was the Albion F. On 10 April , now-defunct club River Plate defeated Argentine side Alumni 2—1, being the first time an Uruguayan team beat that legendary team.
That day River Plate wore its alternate jersey, a light blue one due to the home jersey was similar to Alumni's. Uruguay won 3—1.
It was not worn again except for a FIFA World Cup match, against Colombia  until , when it was officially adopted as the away jersey.
Four stars appear above the team logo on the jersey. The following 20 players were called up to the squad for World Cup qualifiers against Brazil on 17 November The following players have also been called up to the Uruguay squad in the past 12 months.
Uruguay displays four stars in its emblem — uniquely in world football, it includes their two gold medals in the Olympics and Olympics , which are regarded as FIFA world championships by the governing body.
Uruguay has a long-standing rivalry with Argentina , that came into existence when they beat their South American neighbors 4—2 in the first World Cup final , held in Montevideo in As a response, the following day saw an angry mob threw stones at the Uruguayan consulate in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires.
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The privately supported Institute of Higher Studies is devoted to scientific research, and vocational training is given by the Labour University of Uruguay Uruguayan culture reflects some of the same characteristics found in neighbouring Argentina.
Both countries are strongly European notably Spanish and Italian in their orientation, and, unlike many Latin American countries, Uruguay is minimally influenced by indigenous culture.
The tradition of the gaucho cowboy, usually a mestizo has been an important element in the art and folklore of both countries.
Barbecues parrilladas are ubiquitous. Popular foods include beef platters, steak sandwiches chivitos , barbecued kidneys and sausages, and pastas.
Although some Uruguayan gauchos still dress in traditional trousers, ponchos, and wide-brimmed hats, most Uruguayans wear clothing styles that are also common to Europe and North America.
Among the major patriotic holidays are Constitution Day July 18 , Independence Day August 25 , and the commemoration April 19 of the arrival in of anticolonial leader Juan Antonio Lavalleja and his band of 33 fighters.
His book Ariel , which stresses the importance of upholding spiritual over materialistic values, as well as resisting cultural dominance by Europe and the United States , continues to influence young writers.
The Colorado effort to reduce Blancos to only three departments caused a Blanco uprising of , which ended with the creation of 16 departments, of which the Blancos now had control over six.
Between and , the military became the center of power. Pressure groups consisting mainly of businessmen, hacendados , and industrialists were organized and had a strong influence on government.
After the Guerra Grande , there was a sharp rise in the number of immigrants , primarily from Italy and Spain. By , the total population of the country was over , Government forces emerged victorious, leading to the end of the co-participation politics that had begun in Gabriel Terra became president in March His inauguration coincided with the effects of the Great Depression ,  and the social climate became tense as a result of the lack of jobs.
There were confrontations in which police and leftists died. In , general elections were held and Terra's brother-in-law, General Alfredo Baldomir , was elected president.
Under pressure from organized labor and the National Party, Baldomir advocated free elections, freedom of the press, and a new constitution. In the late s, partly because of a worldwide decrease in demand for Uruguyan agricultural products, Uruguayans suffered from a steep drop in their standard of living, which led to student militancy and labor unrest.
An armed group, known as the Tupamaros emerged in the s, engaging in activities such as bank robbery, kidnapping and assassination, in addition to attempting an overthrow of the government.
President Jorge Pacheco declared a state of emergency in , followed by a further suspension of civil liberties in Congressional Hearings of on behalf of Amnesty International , estimated that one in every five Uruguayans went into exile, one in fifty were detained, and one in five hundred went to prison most of them tortured.
A new constitution, drafted by the military, was rejected in a November referendum. The first Sanguinetti administration implemented economic reforms and consolidated democracy following the country's years under military rule.
The National Party's Luis Alberto Lacalle won the presidential election and amnesty for human rights abusers was endorsed by referendum.
Sanguinetti was then re-elected in The national elections were held under a new electoral system established by a constitutional amendment.
The formal coalition ended in November , when the Blancos withdrew their ministers from the cabinet,  although the Blancos continued to support the Colorados on most issues.
Several lagoons are found along the Atlantic coast. Montevideo is the southernmost capital city in the Americas, and the third most southerly in the world only Canberra and Wellington are further south.
There are ten national parks in Uruguay : Five in the wetland areas of the east, three in the central hill country, and one in the west along the Rio Uruguay.
Located entirely within a temperate zone, Uruguay has a climate that is relatively mild and fairly uniform nationwide.
Only in some spots of the Atlantic Coast and at the summit of the highest hills of the Cuchilla Grande , the climate is oceanic Cfb.
Seasonal variations are pronounced, but extremes in temperature are rare. Uruguay has a largely uniform temperature throughout the year, with summers being tempered by winds off the Atlantic; severe cold in winter is unknown.
Uruguay is a representative democratic republic with a presidential system. The legislative power is constituted by the General Assembly , composed of two chambers : the Chamber of Representatives , consisting of 99 members representing the 19 departments, elected based on proportional representation ; and the Chamber of Senators , consisting of 31 members, 30 of whom are elected for a five-year term by proportional representation and the Vice-President, who presides over the chamber.
The judicial arm is exercised by the Supreme Court , the Bench and Judges nationwide. The members of the Supreme Court are elected by the General Assembly; the members of the Bench are selected by the Supreme Court with the consent of the Senate, and the judges are directly assigned by the Supreme Court.
Uruguay adopted its current constitution in Drawing on Switzerland and its use of the initiative, the Uruguayan Constitution also allows citizens to repeal laws or to change the constitution by popular initiative, which culminates in a nationwide referendum.
This method has been used several times over the past 15 years: to confirm a law renouncing prosecution of members of the military who violated human rights during the military regime — ; to stop privatization of public utilities companies; to defend pensioners' incomes; and to protect water resources.
For most of Uruguay's history, the Partido Colorado has been in government. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit in , Uruguay scored an 8.
Uruguay is divided into 19 departments whose local administrations replicate the division of the executive and legislative powers.
Officials of both countries emphasized the need to end this rivalry in the name of regional integration in Construction of a controversial pulp paper mill in , on the Uruguayan side of the Uruguay River , caused protests in Argentina over fears that it would pollute the environment and lead to diplomatic tensions between the two countries.
Brazil and Uruguay have signed cooperation agreements on defence, science, technology, energy, river transportation and fishing, with the hope of accelerating political and economic integration between these two neighbouring countries.
So far, the disputed areas remain de facto under Brazilian control, with little to no actual effort by Uruguay to assert its claims.
Uruguay has enjoyed friendly relations with the United States since its transition back to democracy. President Mujica backed Venezuela 's bid to join Mercosur.
Venezuela has a deal to sell Uruguay up to 40, barrels of oil a day under preferential terms. On 15 March , Uruguay became the seventh South American nation to officially recognize a Palestinian state ,  although there was no specification for the Palestinian state's borders as part of the recognition.
In statements, the Uruguayan government indicated its firm commitment to the Middle East peace process, but refused to specify borders "to avoid interfering in an issue that would require a bilateral agreement".
The Uruguayan armed forces are constitutionally subordinate to the president, through the minister of defense.
Since May , homosexuals have been allowed to serve openly in the military after the defence minister signed a decree stating that military recruitment policy would no longer discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation.
Uruguay ranks first in the world on a per capita basis for its contributions to the United Nations peacekeeping forces, with 2, soldiers and officers in 10 UN peacekeeping missions.
Uruguay experienced a major economic and financial crisis between and , principally a spillover effect from the economic problems of Argentina.
In exchange, those receiving the benefits were required to participate in community work, ensure that their children attended school daily, and had regular health check-ups.
Following the Argentine credit default, prices in the Uruguayan economy made a variety of services, including information technology and architectural expertise, once too expensive in many foreign markets, exportable.
Between the years and , Uruguay was the only country in the Americas that did not technically experience a recession two consecutive downward quarters.
The growth, use, and sale of cannabis was legalized on 11 December ,  making Uruguay the first country in the world to fully legalize marijuana.
The law was voted at the Uruguayan Senate on the same date with 16 votes to approve it and 13 against. In , Uruguay's export-oriented agricultural sector contributed to 9.
The percentage further increases to According to FAOSTAT , Uruguay is one of the world's largest producers of soybeans 9th , greasy wool 12th , horse meat 14th , beeswax 14th , and quinces 17th.
The tourism industry in Uruguay is an important part of its economy. In , 2. Cultural experiences in Uruguay include exploring the country's colonial heritage, as found in Colonia del Sacramento.
Montevideo, the country's capital, houses the most diverse selection of cultural activities. Historical monuments such as Torres Garcia Museum as well as Estadio Centenario , which housed the first world cup in history, are examples.
However, simply walking the streets allows tourists to experience the city's colorful culture. One of the main natural attractions in Uruguay is Punta del Este.
Punta del Este is situated on a small peninsula off the southeast coast of Uruguay. Its beaches are divided into Mansa, or tame river side and Brava, or rugged ocean side.
The Port of Montevideo , handling over 1. Nine straddle cranes allow for 80 to movements per hour. The airport can handle up to 4. The Punta del Este International Airport , located 15 kilometres 9.
Surfaced roads connect Montevideo to the other urban centers in the country, the main highways leading to the border and neighboring cities. Numerous unpaved roads connect farms and small towns.
Overland trade has increased markedly since Mercosur Southern Common Market was formed in the s and again in the later s.
The country has several international bus services  connecting the capital and frontier localities to neighboring countries.
The Telecommunications industry is more developed than in most other Latin American countries, being the first country in the Americas to achieve complete digital telephony coverage in The telephone system is completely digitized and has very good coverage over all the country.
The system is government owned, and there have been controversial proposals to partially privatize since the s. The dramatic shift, taking less than ten years and without government funding, lowered electricity costs and slashed the country's carbon footprint.
Uruguay no longer imports electricity. Uruguayans are of predominantly European origin, with over From to , an estimated , Uruguayans emigrated.
Uruguay's rate of population growth is much lower than in other Latin American countries. A quarter of the population is less than 15 years old and about a sixth are aged 60 and older.
Metropolitan Montevideo is the only large city, with around 1. The rest of the urban population lives in about 30 towns. A IADB report on labor conditions for Latin American nations, ranked Uruguay as the region's leader overall and in all but one subindexes, including gender, age, income, formality and labor participation.
Uruguay has no official religion; church and state are officially separated,  and religious freedom is guaranteed.
Political observers consider Uruguay the most secular country in the Americas. The small numbers of Uruguay's indigenous peoples and their fierce resistance to proselytism reduced the influence of the ecclesiastical authorities.
After independence, anti-clerical ideas spread to Uruguay, particularly from France, further eroding the influence of the church.
In divorce was legalized and, in all religious instruction was banned from state schools. Uruguay's capital has 12 synagogues, and a community of 20, Jews by With a peak of 50, during the mids, Uruguay has the world's highest rate of aliyah as a percentage of the Jewish population.
English is common in the business world and its study has risen significantly in recent years, especially among the young. As few native people exist in the population, no indigenous languages are thought to remain in Uruguay.
The dialect was spoken mainly in the Colonia Department , where the first pilgrims settled, in the city called La Paz. Today it is considered a dead tongue, although some elders at the aforementioned location still practice it.
Patois speakers arrived to Uruguay from the Piedmont. Originally they were Vaudois, who become Waldensians , giving their name to the city Colonia Valdense, which translated from the Spanish means "Waldensian Colony".
Education in Uruguay is secular , free,  and compulsory for 14 years, starting at the age of 4. Public education is the primary responsibility of three institutions: the Ministry of Education and Culture , which coordinates education policies, the National Public Education Administration , which formulates and implements policies on early to secondary education, and the University of the Republic , responsible for higher education.
Uruguay ranks high on standardised tests such as PISA at a regional level, but compares unfavourably to the OECD average, and is also below some countries with similar levels of income.
Uruguay is part of the One Laptop per Child project, and in became the first country in the world to provide a laptop for every primary school student,  as part of the Plan Ceibal.
Uruguayan culture is strongly European and its influences from southern Europe are particularly important.
He drew from both Timbuktu and Mykonos to create his best-known work: his home, hotel and atelier Casapueblo near Punta del Este.
Casapueblo is a "livable sculpture" and draws thousands of visitors from around the world. The 19th-century painter Juan Manuel Blanes , whose works depict historical events, was the first Uruguayan artist to gain widespread recognition.
The folk and popular music of Uruguay shares not only its gaucho roots with Argentina , but also those of the tango.
Tango has also affected Uruguayan culture, especially during the 20th century, particularly the '30s and '40s with Uruguayan singers such as Julio Sosa from Las Piedras.
Gardel was born in France and was raised in Buenos Aires. He never lived in Uruguay. Rock and roll first broke into Uruguayan audiences with the arrival of the Beatles and other British bands in the early s.
The Reporters Without Borders worldwide press freedom index has ranked Uruguay as 19th of reported countries in Uruguay's long tradition of freedom of the press was severely curtailed during the years of military dictatorship.
On his first day in office in March , Sanguinetti re-established complete freedom of the press. Football is the most popular sport in Uruguay.Besonders schwer wiegt die Situation, wenn feste Termine anstehen: Seminare, Trainings oder persönliche Coachings müssen ausfallen. Vielversprechenden Nachwuchsleuten legte er einen Wechsel nach Europa nahe, weil er die heimische Liga für zu schwach befand. Insgesamt standen für ihn in beiden Nationaltrainer-Etappen am Dabei hatten sie wie Poker Suited allen Turnierteilnahmen zuvor kein Spiel gewonnen.