The scene scene at the Teutonia Club on Sunday included waving German flags, painted faces and cheers of celebration after Germany won the FIFA World Cup.

Germany beat Argentina, 1-0.

Hundreds of people packed into the Tetonia Club to watch the game.

Jeff Gerard was one of them.

"It's a great thing. I can't even put it into words. I'm just happy," he said. "It's great to see the community come together for so many games.

"Germany's just got usually a small community and gathering and you come together and this in the final and you see it like this, everyone's celebrating and happy and excited. It's good to see."

Germany last won the World Cup in 1990 when  West Germany beat Argentina 1-0.

Hussain Khalil was among the hundreds watching the recent win at the Teutonia Club.

He says there were some nervous moments, but knew Germany had the better team.

"Oh my gosh it's ecstatic. I've been waiting for this for so long and they deserve it and they earned it," he said. "I'm so happy."

Luis Cortes, who is from Columbia, was rooting for Argentina and watched the game at the Manchester Pub downtown Windsor.

Although he's disappointed with the loss, Cortes says he's still happy with how far the team got.

"I was scared of Germany because of how they were playing, but the fact that it came down to the last minute, makes me proud that Argentina pulled it off all the way to the final, to the last minutes of the final," he said.