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10 fast facts about the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio

1. The 2014 Olympics run Aug. 5-21 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2. It’s the first time the Olympics have been held in South America. 192 more words

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Is football a culture?

The connection between football and culture has lasted for decades. No one denies the relationship between this beautiful game and cultures. In fact, football today is considered as part of nations cultures. 579 more words

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Gulati says no decisions made on 2026 World Cup, joint bid with Mexico

Voting for the 2026 World Cup is still several years away, and Sunil Gulati says that U.S. Soccer remains unsure of how, and if, the federation will present themselves as potential hosts. 285 more words


2002 FIFA World Cup All-Star Team

First the American team upset Portugal. Then it won its first knockout-round game. Now, the United States has its first World Cup all-star. Midfielder Claudio Reyna was among 16 players voted to the MasterCard All-Star Team of the 2002 World Cup by the FIFA Technical Study Group (TSG). 275 more words


West Ham United now has the second-most season ticket holders in the English Premier League

Later today (May 10), London’s West Ham United will play its final English Premier League game at the Boleyn Ground, the club’s home since 1904. From next season, the club will pay… 293 more words

The Merry Month Of May

May is the fifth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of seven months with the length of 31 days. 600 more words


Impact names Pari Arshagouni chief soccer officer

The Montreal Impact announced on Tuesday that Pari Arshagouni has been named chief soccer officer and will be responsible for the administrative management of the club’s three sports branches: the first team, the Academy and the club’s soccer schools. 164 more words