Eighteen U.S. cities were selected to host World Cup soccer events in 2018 or 2022 depending on which year FIFA decides to bring the annual tournament to the states. The bid will be submitted in May, and FIFA will finalize all host choices later in December. Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA is up for major consideration.
The 2010 World Cup is set to begin this summer in South Africa. The United States is scheduled to take on England Saturday, June 12th. Following the initial matchup, they’ll move on to face Slovenia and Algeria on June 18th and 23rd. Check back for more updates in regards to Gillette Stadium playing host to World Cup soccer.
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United States soccer is scheduled to open their 2010 World Cup campaign against England on June 12. The two countries last matched up in 1950 when America went on to notch the 1-0 win. Following the initial contest, the U.S. team will face Slovenia and Algeria on June 18th and 23rd. Fans and players alike are excited about their placement in the upcoming tournament.
“This is the best draw we’ve ever had in any World Cup,” said former U.S. forward Eric Wynalda, now an analyst for the Fox Soccer Channel. “No disrespect to England, but this is an ideal group for us.” The U.S. vs. England contest will feature Los Angeles Galaxy teammates Landon Donovan and David Beckham representing their respective countries. “This is going to be awesome,” said Donovan. “I can’t wait. It’s going to be great.” Purchase your 2010 World Cup tickets with us at AceTicket.com!
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