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The biggest new fans of World Cup soccer could be bars and restaurants. The games clearly helped sales.
Girls are more likely to suffer knee injuries in soccer, while boys tend to have more shoulder trunk and leg injuries.
FIFA isn't going to ban the vuvuzela from the stands any time soon, but if your TV has a graphic equalizer or is hooked up to a stereo with one, you might be able to cut out the noise yourself.
Soccer fans anticipating a historic and much-hyped World Cup match between the United States and England in Rustenburg, South Africa, on Saturday packed the downtown bar Bushwaller's to root for their favorite team.
Despite the heat, hundreds of soccer fans have stormed Dupont Circle Park to watch the game on two big screens.