- The Devolution of Fan. Bechtel, Mark // Sports Illustrated;6/5/2006, Vol. 104 Issue 23, p66
The article predicts the fanaticism of soccer fans from various nations including Brazil, the United States, Iran, the Ivory Coast, Poland, and England, in the face of the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Fans in Brazil are the least worried about their team's chances, thanks to star player...
- World Cup robot kickoff lacks kick. Williams, Michael; Gray, Timothy M. // Variety;06/15/98, Vol. 371 Issue 6, p6
Presents information on soccer fans of the 1998 World Cup. Expected number of viewers who will tune into the 1998 World Cup; Featured robots at the World Cup.
- IN THE PICTURE. // New Statesman;7/12/2010, Vol. 139 Issue 5009, p11
Presented is a photograph of Dutch soccer fans watching their national team defeat Uruguay in the semi-final round of the 2010 soccer World Cup.
- Deutschland uber nothing. Martin, Guy; Hirschorn, Michael // New York;7/25/94, Vol. 27 Issue 29, p19
Reports on the reactions of the German nationals watching the loss suffered by the German soccer team to Bulgaria during the 1994 World Cup at the Giants Stadium in New York. German goalie Bodo Ilgner's retirement from national play; Comparison with the decline of German unification; Archetypes...
- SOUTH aFRICa TRAVEL TIPS. // Australian FourFourTwo;Oct2009, Issue 48, p47
The article provides several travel tips for football fans going to South Africa to watch the 2010 World Cup.
- World Cup fever in China. // Asian Pacific Post;6/17/2010, p6
The article focuses on the hype in China caused by the 2010 World Cup despite the country's failure to qualify in the tournament.
- Thanks to Sam's Army, the U.S. soccer team finally had a home field advantage. Anderson, Kelli // Sports Illustrated;04/28/97, Vol. 86 Issue 17, p35
Focuses on Sam's Army, a contingent of soccer fans of the United States World Cup team. How Sam's Army was started; Number of members; Their actions at a US-Mexico game at Foxboro Stadium in Massachusetts; Comments of player John Harkes and coach Steve Sampson.
- 12 Killed, 240 Injured During World Cup Celebration. Katz, Andrew // Time.com;11/21/2013, p1
The article reports that several people were killed and another 240 injured in Algeria as fans celebrated the national football team's World Cup qualifier win on November 19, 2013.
- World Cup pulls Indians to South Africa. // South Asian Post;5/20/2010, p17
The article reports on the projections of Indian travel agencies on the estimated 2,000 Indian soccer fans to witness the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in South Africa in June 2010.