Probably. Ask @Greg Bernhardt.It's soccer popular in the USA?
I have head (from my Italian friends!) that they did not qualify, because Italy has hired many foreign players to earn money and they lost. @Grands ?Personally, I can't wait to see the World Cup in 2018. Where it's held isn't quite as important to me.
The interesting fact this year is that Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, for the first time since 1958.
To any Italian PF members, or fans of Italian soccer (i.e. called football in countries outside of Canada, US) -- my condolences!
Yes, there are a lots of foreign player in Italy, but this is because actually there aren't many good italian players, not because of money.
I suspect many of us here will consider ourselves "honorary Croats" on Sunday.Any Croats here (except me)?
Many places selling food with Mexican/Hispanic employees will likely be showing it. That's what I have used, since I have no TV service. And I understand Spanish, so I can watch Telemundo and understand.I suspect many of us here will consider ourselves "honorary Croats" on Sunday.
I see the FOX TV network is going to carry the game in the US, which is good for me because I can get it with my terrestrial antenna. I don't have cable or satellite TV, and my internet connection isn't fast enough for decent streaming.
Supporters distribution for the FIFA World Cup FinalI suspect many of us here will consider ourselves "honorary Croats" on Sunday.
It is possible that people in Quebec (a predominately French-speaking province of Canada settled by French settlers back in the 17th and 18th centuries) might cheer for France for the World Cup.Supporters distribution for the FIFA World Cup Final
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Not me! Jammy Bar Stewards!I suspect many of us here will consider ourselves "honorary Croats" on Sunday.