Play during the World Cup with us!


Play with us and win!

During the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018, join Garage Centraal as we play together with Aruba. There are many ways to play with us and have a chance to win one of the official Adidas Top Glider Russia 2018 balls! Check out the rules for each game, and check out the possible awards available. Check out the options available for you right now to play with Garage Centraal Aruba during the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018!

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Cumpra bo auto... Cla!
During the months of june and july, with the purchase of any Hyundai vehicle, you will receive as a gift one of the Adidas Official Russia 2018 Match Ball replicas. That simple!

Play on facebook!

Play on facebook!
There will be also opportunities for you to win on Facebook! 

Head to our facebook page, like our page and we will be posting questions for you to answer. From those able to answer correctly these questions they will win one of the Adidas Official FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 soccer balls!

Make sure to like our page and join the fun with posts with the hashtag #PlayWithGarageCentraal, and challenge your friends as well! challenge! challenge!
Answer the challenge on

Using the buttoin below go to the FIFA World Cup Match Predictor, sponosred by Hyundai. Log in, place your predictions and challenge your friends to see who can come closer to the correct answers! At the end of the 32-round stage, the players with the best 5 scores will each win an Adidas Russia 2018 ball!

Trivia on your mobile!

Trivia on your mobile!
Join us using your mobile phone and tablet and play our Trivia using the Kahoot app! You just have to go to the link, and use the pin number below to log into our trivia. You can later challenge your friends and see who can do it better.

Keep visiting this website. New trivia will be available constantly, so there will be a lot of chances to compete with your friends. Good luck!

To play you need to download the free Kahoot app. Once you have it, and as you click on the link button below, you will go into a screen that will later provide you with a code. Place that code into the Kahoot app and play with us!

World Cup Trivia

  • The first world cup soccer match kicked off on July 13th, 1930 with France beating Mexico 4 to 1
  • There were a total of 13 teams in the first World Cup. Besides the host Uruguay, there were Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, France, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Romania, the United States and Yugoslavia.
  • Did you know that South American and European countries have won the World Cup 9 times and 10 times respectively. There has been no other continent which has produced a World Cup Champion.
  • World Cup Winners (total number by country): Brazil 5, Germany 4, Italy 4, Uruguay 2, Argentina 2, England 1, France 1 and Spain 1.
  • Who says there is no such thing as home advantage? Out of the 20 World Cups so far, six have been won by the host country.
  • Because of World War II, the World Cup was not held between 1938 and 1950. As a result, Italy were the reigning World Cup Champions for a record 16 years (from 1932 until 1950).
  • Bora Milutinovic coached in every tournament between 1986 and 2002 - but for different teams: Mexico, Costa Rica, USA, Nigeria and China.
  • Six teams have been unbeaten but not the champions in the same finals. Those unbeaten teams are: Scotland in 1974 (1 win, 2 draws), Brazil in 1978 (4 wins, 3 draws), England in 1982 (3 wins, 2 draws), Cameroon in 1982 (3 draws), Belgium in 1998 (3 draws) and New Zealand 2010 (3 draws).
  • The only man reportedly to have played both World Cup Football and World Cup Cricket is Viv Richards - Antigua and Barbuda at football (in the qualifiers only) and West Indies at cricket. He actually he played fo Antigua and Barbuda in a qualifying round of the CONCACAF championship, which is in turn the qualifier to get into the World Cup of 1974. Someone who did actually achieve this unique double is Australian Ellyse Perry, who appeared in the final rounds of both cricket (2009) and football World Cups (2011).
  • Colombia goalkeeper Faryd Mondragon became the oldest player in Fifa World Cup history after appearing in a 4-1 win over Japan on 24 June 2014 aged 43 years and 3 days old. Northern Ireland's Norman Whiteside is the youngest ever finals player, being just 17 years and 41 days when he took the field against Yugoslavia in 1982.
  • Shirt swapping was once officially prohibited in 1986 because FIFA did not want players to 'bare their chests' on the field.
  • The highest attendance at a World Cup match was 199,854 at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janerio for the 1950 decider between Uraguay and Brazil.
  • The record for the lowest attendance was for the match between Peru and Romania in 1930, where just 300 people watched the game.
  • In the 1950 finals, there was only a final pool to determine the winner, without a knock-out Final as has been held in other Finals series.
  • The most common surname of World Cup players is Gonzalez or Gonzales. The most common score in a World Cup finals match is 1-0.
  • The only manager to win successive World Cups was Italy's Vittorio Pozzo in 1934 and 1938.
  • The 1966 World Cup is the only World Cup to have been boycotted by an entire continent, in protest to having to play off against the Asian champion for the one place in the finals, and also against the readmission of South Africa to FIFA.
  • Brazil are the only country to have appeared in every tournament, 21 finals tournaments from 1930 to 2018.
  • The 2010 World Cup was the first with no debutant associations, although two of the qualifiers (Slovakia and Serbia) had previously appeared only as parts of former competing nations.
  • No host country had ever been eliminated in the first round - until South Africa in 2010.
  • It can be claimed that the 2018 World Cup will be held in both Europe and Asia, as some matches will be held in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg, considered to be part of Asia.
  • Iceland qualified for the first time in 2018, becoming the smallest country (in terms of population) to reach the World Cup.

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Johnny Milan

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Sales Associate
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Sales Associate
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Sales Associate
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Commercial and Fleet Sales
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Commercial and Fleet Sales
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About Garage Centraal

The goal of Garage Centraal Aruba is simple: that everyone that needs a vehicle is able to have a vehicle that satisfies their needs and expectations, with expert service and parts support.

That is why we offer brand new, award winning vehicles from the renowned Hyundai brand, as well as Isuzu pickups and trucks. We also offer an extensive catalog of commercial vehicles from Hyundai as well as Hyundai Construction.