World Cup: Brazil 2014

Rules for street football/soccer (las chamuscas)

1. The “fatty” is always goalie. 2. The match is over when all the players are tired. 3. Even if the score is 20-0, the match is decided by a “winning goal.” 4. There is no referee. 5. There is no out of bounds. 6. If the owner of the ball gets angry, too...

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The World Cup for Beginners

What you need to know for the World Cup: Brazil 2014 One of the events most anticipated by both young and old around the world is finally just days away. The 2014 World Cup, organized by FIFA – the International Federation of Association Football – will take place in Brazil for the first time...

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We know that this sport arouses great passions, so Qué Pasa wants to show you one way that Guatemalans, as usual, have adapted the sport’s rules in order to play it, even when the circumstances are very different and there is no Brazuca (the official ball of the World Cup) at hand.

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Las Chamuscas

This is how we have fun with football in Guatemala.     You can’t deny that football (or as people from the U.S. and a few other English-speaking countries know it ,soccer) is a well known global sport. It brings together many people who will share the passion, joys, and sorrows that will reach...

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