If you’ve seen one World Cup, you’ve seen them all.

Not a big fan of soccer.  Maybe this study from University of the Basque Country Researchers sheds some light on why the popularity of “soccer”  in the United States remains stagnant.

The main conclusion is that the way in which the teams play has not varied over the three World Cups studied. “Today we would not be able to distinguish between a game played by teams in the France ’98 World Cup and one played in Germany ’06,” the researchers point out.

Certainly the same cannot be said for the SuperBowl.

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