The world cup soccer has been held 21 times.
she has been playing soccer for 18 years and then retired to be with her family
According to world rankings they have never been the best soccer team in the world
soccer is a popular sport because it is world wide and people like to play it. it has been around for a long time and the longer it has been around the more fans it has gotten. baseball is only popular in America and japan. soccer is way better than baseball anyway.
soccer has been in Mexico for a long time and has been ranked pretty high ever since
I have been playing for 15 years
Ronaldihno has been playing soccer since 1998 in the year 1999 he joined F.C.B . He has played soccer for 8 years till now.
Soccer is not a favored sport in Nicaragua. So no, Nicaragua has not been to the World Cup.
It is valid in world soccer. Ive seen it happen before, as long as no-one intefers illegally with the ball or a player it is all okay!
Well, They Have been playing all there Life.
There is evidence that soccer was played in china in the second and third centuries BC, so it has been played for over 2200 years.
Colombia has only been in the World Cup four times
in my pants.
The next FIFA World Cup will be held in 2018. Russia has been picked to host the tournament after a long voting process, beating the likes of Engand.
NEVER, soccer does not exist in Europe it's called football here.
The 2010 world cup will be the 19th world cup.
He is a soccer player from Cameroon, that has been in the world cup
It is Brazil.
The difference is that the Spanish soccer has been around for a very long time (since 1929), and it has followers all around the world because of the very well known teams (REAL MADRID, VALENCIA, Barcelona, etc.) on the other hand, American soccer just kicked off right after the world cup celebrated in America (1994); so it would be fair to say that the Spanish soccer and players are more experienced and followed than the American ones.
Men's soccer has been held in every Summer Olympics, except for the inaugural competition in 1896 and the Los Angeles 1932 Olympics. Women's soccer has been held in every Summer Olympics since Atlanta 1996.