US soccer: Will Americans ever care about football? – BBC News


The men’s team didn’t even qualify for the World Cup. But there’s still some hope for the sport…
Reporter: Marianna Brady

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Date: September 14, 2019

23 thoughts on “US soccer: Will Americans ever care about football? – BBC News

  1. I always find it funny that the rest of the world is always wanting to dog on America for not liking soccer. Meanwhile we couldn't care less if the world liked pur sports. Europe can keep soccer and hate football, it doesn't matter to America

  2. No existe en el mundo ni en ningún idioma del mundo deporte alguno llamado "soccer" el deporte más grande popular y practicado del mundo se llama FOOTBALL y es el verdadero original real y único FOOTBALL que existe

  3. American football is a reflection of capitalism. Yes, football is also about money and commercials but I once tried to watch American Football and my brain started to hurt watching it. Breaks and commercials every 5 minutes or less. What a pain in the ass. It made me feel like my mom knocking on my door every 5 minutes while I am masturbating.
    And by the way, NFL players look totally retarded with all this gear. Especially the pants look like diapers. >.<
    Americans are too soft for the real thing, namely rugby.

  4. Yeah unfortunately football worldwide is not as good as it used to be. Becoming gradually boring, about 10-15 years ago there were 10 times better players, the overall quality was also 10 times better.

  5. Most Americans have no respect for soccer / football. They don't understand the passion behind it like I do! I grew up playing and watching baseball hockey and football, but due to the lack of respect for my number one sport I won't watch any of that s*** anymore.

  6. There are a few really football (/soccer) cities in the US:
    Portland, Seattle, the Kansas Cities, Atlanta, Minneapolis and Philadelphia. And Cincinnati. And it's growing.

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