"What World Cup?" - An Online Community Announces Major Campaign To Counteract FIFA World Cup Event in Germany

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FIFA World Cup has long being recognized as the largest football (or soccer) championship event in the world. But now, there is one community that stands against the World Cup celebration.

Since the first event of FIFA World Cup™ in 1930, the World Cup celebration has drawn the attention of billions of people around the globe. However, there are people who don't like to watch the World Cup, especially the North American people.

Ironically and strangely enough, USA soccer team has been playing at the World Cup since the very first event in Montevideo, Uruguay, and the first World Cup hat-trick was achieved by Bert Patenaude of the USA team against Paraguay.

Based on popularity, three of the most popular sports in North America are basketball, baseball and the American football. Soccer is far from being popular.

Today, WhatWorldCup.com, announced that it has started its major campaign to match the World Cup popularity in Germany. The website targets to sell 100,000 T-shirts that says; 'What World Cup?' - which means; the person who wears the T-shirt doesn't care about the World Cup at all.

The T-shirt is designed for basketball fans, baseball fans, American football fans or anyone that may dislike the World Cup event.

"We believe that the American people can make a bigger sporting event than the World Cup," said Peter Burns, one of the participants who claimed that he can't live without basketball. "Bigger enough to make anyone in the world shocked!"

It is without a doubt that soccer fans are dominated by men. Where are the women then? "We let the guys have their own fun, as long as they let us have our own fun," said Clarice Edgewood, a housewife in Manchester, UK, who doesn't want to join her husband watching the World Cup in Germany. "We, the ladies, have our own celebration to enjoy, what world cup?"

About WhatWorldCup.com

WhatWorldCup.com is an online community that talks about other sporting events that can match the FIFA World Cup™ celebration and talks about the reason why some people dislike the soccer game. To join the community, please visit http://www.whatworldcup.com

About FIFA World Cup™

The FIFA World Cup™ (often called the Football World Cup, Soccer World Cup or simply the World Cup) is the most important competition in international football. The world's most representative team sport event, the World Cup is contested by the men's national football teams of Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport's largest governing body. The championship has been awarded every four years.


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