World Cup Seating and News
It was a big day in sports today.
While those games were exciting and interesting, it pales in comparison to the impact of the World Cup soccer news that came out of South Africa. The sports world turned its attention to the draw ahead of next summer’s matches as the seedings were announced today.
This blog is for you, the sports fan thsat has an eye towards internal sporting events.
As I mentioned the big news is the seats and I am about to give you which group every nation is seated for the World’s 2010 soccer tournament. For those of you who are hard core soccer fans, I hope you will forgive me for a second. My peers are the first generation to play soccer en mass in the United States, yet many do not know the rules and path of the World Cup. I admit I watch a few matches but still have a lot to learn.
The World Cup is comprised of 32 teams that have reached this final stage after advancing as a result of qualifying matches.
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For those of you who will follow the Ameircans in the first round, here is how their schedule breaks down.
June 12 vs. England
June 18 vs. Slovenia
June 23 vs. Algeria
If you want even more coverage, you can click here and go to the Fifa World Cup Home page