The WC2014 Brazil font has a complete Latin 1 accented letters. The font also has two sets of numbers, solid numbers and outline numbers. The solid numbers are in the normal number position while the outline numbers are in the shift-number position.
To create the numbers shown in the above preview, your program must support layers. Create a layer, choose a color for the outline and then use the numbers in the shift-number position. Create a new layer above the first layer, select the color for the foreground layer and then use the numbers in the normal number position. Finally, center align the two layers vertically and horizontally. The instructions on how to use the Adidas numbers might be able to help explain this more clearly.
The World Cup 2014 Brazil font was created based on a several raster images mostly of jerseys found through an image search. This font is available in True Type and Open Type.
A preview font, in both OTF and TTF, with very limited glyph set is available for download to give you a chance to test the font. The instructions on how to get the full font is indicated in the copyright field of the preview font and in a text file included in the preview font download pack. Note that all preview fonts for all fonts on this site were modified to address a problem in Corel Draw.
Download the preview font here or here.
Click on the SKIP AD button when you get to the linked page. The button is shown, after a short delay, near the upper right corner of the page. A click on the SKIP AD button starts the font download.
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