Soccer Fans Turn Brazil World Cup Into Giant Beach Party
Soccer fans don’t need tickets to FIFA World Cup matches in order to have a good time in Brazil, which is hosting this year’s tournament at 12 cities across a nation about the same size as the lower 48 states of the U.S. That’s because Brazil is turning the world’s biggest soccer tournament into one big beach party, with 1.3 million fans heading to stages and giant screens set up in each of the 12 host cities to watch matches, FIFA said Wednesday. Tuesday was a record-setting day, according to FIFA, with an estimated 430,000 fans opting to watch the three games scheduled on the big screens.
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