Artificial Grass Pitches at World Cup 2010
Throughout the past week, artificial grass has made its way to a monumental global sporting event, the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. The highly anticipated event’s Algeria versus Slovenia game debuted close to 20 million threads of artificial turf woven into natural grass blades. The game, held at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, was the first World Cup game played on a synthetic grass field.A Look at Football Positions
Do we know how many football positions are there in all. This article aims to acquaint football lovers with the basic positions on the field.Get Yourself Ready For the World Cup With These Accessory Ideas
The balls have been pumped, the shirts are all ironed, the pitches have been trimmed, the nets are pulled tight and the seats are all clean. The World Cup in South Africa is ready and raring to go, and so are the fans. If you are lucky enough to have a ticket or at least have access to a television set next month you can get in the mood now and look the part when it all kicks off, by using the following World Cup accessory ideas.6 Steps to Improve Your Child’s Soccer Skills!
Do you have a child who loves to take part in a game of soccer but cannot play to save his/her life? Here are some tips that could improve your child’s overall performance.Things You Need For Soccer
Most sports require a bunch of equipment. Soccer is different in that it requires very little. You need proper footwear and a few other things, but really not much.It’s the World Cup and America Doesn’t Even Care
Every four years, an event comes around that captivates most of the world. Eyes all over the world will be glued to their televisions as countries give it their all to be declared the best there is. Even though the United States has a national team participating in the matches, the majority of Americans could care less.How to Excel in Soccer
Just about everyone loves playing soccer. It’s one of the most popular games worldwide with children. Even experts agree that soccer is good for you.The Controversy of the Vuvuzela World Cup Stadium Horn
World Cup 2010 in South Africa has increased soccer awareness in the United States dramatically. The tournament has brought the beauty of the world’s most popular game into the homes of millions of Americans that would otherwise pay the sport no attention at all. There have been hours of soccer coverage every day with wonderful athletic skill on display in front of a strange background noise. The non-stop rumbling of a humming or buzzing noise you hear is the Vuvuzela Stadium Horn. The horn is immensely popular in South Africa, and very controversial throughout the rest of the world.What Happened With the USA-Slovenia Match? How a Referee Stole a Win From America
There is nothing more infuriating for a sports fan than a bad call, especially when that call throws the match. A seemingly erroneous whistle call by Malian referee Koman Coulibaly could cost the USA a seat in the second round of the World Cup.The FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedule After the Second Round
On Monday 21st June 2010 all teams have played 2 games and the FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedule starts to be more defined. Teams such as Argentina, The Netherlands, Brazil and Chile won both games.Nigeria Finally Goes Home From South Africa 2010
The Super Eagles of Nigeria failed to soar high against the South Koreans this evening in their last group B match. They were only able to manage a 2-2 draw against the Asians thereby going back home with only a point from three matches.Keep Memorable Moments of World Cup With Digital Photo Frame
It takes four years for the final coming of World Cup, there’s no reason for us to miss this transforming event. So, take your World Cup moments home, and keep them to eternity with digital photo frames.