Football World Cup Matches Can Influence Relationships

According to a recent study conducted by MillionaireMatch.com, a leading dating website for Millionaires, part of its members confirm that their relationships with their partners can be affected by the ongoing football world cup.

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

While the whole world is going crazy about the ongoing FIFA World Cup, renowned dating website - MillionaireMatch.com presented some amazing facts related to the tournament and human relationships. While most are busy cheering for their teams, the recent report released by the site confirms that for most football is the sport they love and are interested in visiting Brazil to watch the matches live. A huge percentage of the people also showed willingness to visit Brazil to watch a match in case their partner is a fan of the sport. The study took into consideration the views of 10000 members of the platform.

The millionaire matchmaker platform survey also identifies the number of members who are interested in going to Brazil to watch FIFA World Cup live and are crazy for football. The results were surprising to some extent as most of the members of the site said that Football is not their favorite game but they would love to watch it in Brazil. People who are not interested in Football at all, said that if his or her partner is going to watch the match, they will accompany them. World Cup is a good chance to bring them more closer.    

Ironically, the tournament can have also have a few side effects as well. Another study conducted recently confirmed that around 47 percent of people are prone to getting a divorce during the tournament. According to the same study, a huge percentage of those who were a part of the same confirmed that the World Cup can influence the relationship with their partner especially when other half is not so much interested in football. In the same survey, people were asked about the effect in case they and their partners are supporting different teams. Some admitted that the World Cup may affect their relationship especially if the other person is crazy for football. For some people, World Cup was a key reason for their divorce. A sizeable portion; however, said that they will try to control this.

In the report, a 32 year old divorced woman said that World Cup was the reason behind her divorce as she and her husband had a heated dispute. They fought after his favorite team lost. The team at MillionaireMatch is of the view that while football World Cup can hamper a relationship, it can also be a way of spending some quality time together. Couples can come closer because of the same.


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