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United States Win Women’s World Cup Once Again

Sometimes, no matter how bizarre the circumstances, you simply cannot deny history when it is being made in front of your very eyes. Last night, as reported by BBC...
Harry Kettle Harry Kettle
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England Fall To The Netherlands In Nations League

The hopes were pretty high for England heading into the UEFA Nations League semi-finals, especially off the back of their big wins against Croatia and Spain in the last...
Harry Kettle Harry Kettle
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Embrace The Women’s World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is often considered to be one of the greatest sporting occasions in the world, and that has been the case, really, ever since its inception....
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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The Expectations For The 2026 FIFA World Cup

It kind of goes without saying at this point, but the FIFA World Cup serves as the pinnacle of this game we all know and love – and there’s...
Harry Kettle Harry Kettle
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2014 FIFA World Cup Host City Posters

On Sunday, November 25, the host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup which will be held in Brazil, presented their official posters. The 12 host cities each held...
Kaus Pandey Kaus Pandey
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US Men and Women Compete in the Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup

The 2011 Paris Homeless World Cup finished eight days of competition Sunday. In the 9th annual competition, 64 teams from all over the world competed in a 48-team men’s tournament...
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup Preview – Part 1

Women’s World Cup – We’ve Come So Far This is the first article in a series of three to preview the 2011 Women’s World Cup in Germany, which begins...
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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Evolution of Soccer Balls

My friend Bruce McGuire of duNord futbol made a post on Thursday that he had discovered a New York Times poster with close-ups of past World Cup balls photographed...
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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Former Thunder Player and New Zealand International Andy Barron Retires

Former Minnesota Thunder player Andy Barron has announced his retirement from soccer/football. The 30-year-old New Zealand native received publicity from around the world when he was rostered for New...
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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World Cup 2010 – The Round of 16 is Set

After 48 first round games there are 16 teams left of the 32 countries that came to South Africa to compete in World Cup 2010.  Here are some statistics:...
Kaus Pandey Kaus Pandey
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ESPN Has Record Setting Soccer Numbers For World Cup 2010; Ratings up 40%; Viewership up 49%

Thru 40 Games on ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, Ratings Up 40% and Viewership Up 49% vs. 2006 ESPN3.com Logs Largest U.S. Audience for a Sports Event on the Web...
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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Join Inside Minnesota Soccer’s World Cup Bracket

The World Cup kicks off in just 8 days. I’m not sure about you but I’m excited. I hope to catch many of the games live on ESPN. So...
Brian Quarstad Brian Quarstad
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