(PRWEB) May 20, 2006
Covering the tournament are http://www.worldcuplatest.com, who provide a site with the information that every football fan wants.
“Football or soccer, name it what you want,” says Chief Editor Scott Harkness “It’s the sport we love, the people who write for us and the 135,000 people who currently read our articles every month can’t wait for the tournament to begin and everyone wants to keep up-to-date with the latest football news.”
“This is what our aim is, to provide the latest, totally original, up-to-date news on all of the the teams participating in the World Cup Finals, with the latest information on all 32 participant countries’ teams and players, from the current world champions, Brazil’s ‘Seleçao’, to the regular faces of major contenders England, Argentina’s ‘Albiceleste’, Mexico’s ‘El Tri’ and Italy’s ‘Azzurri’, to the newcomer’s to the World Cup Finals, including Togo’s ‘Sparrowhawks’, the ‘Palancas Negras’ from Angola and Ghana’s ‘Black Stars’.”
“It’s the passion for football that drove us to create the site. Our aim is to provide a total footballing experience on our site, giving the latest, relevant information. Our users have also been key to our success by interacting with us, sending their comments and suggestions.”
With full and comprehensive coverage of international friendly matches, World Cup warm-up games and all other top international football tournaments, including the latest injury news and soccer video clips, http://www.worldcuplatest.com gives unsurpassed coverage for all the latest news, in the lead-up to, and during the World Cup Finals in Germany 2006.
WorldCupLatest.com content is regularly featured on many news sources on the web, including a spot in the top-stories of NewsNow and the BBC Radio 1 website (entertainment section).