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Informative Speech

World Cup and Soccer Riots
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Brendan Ewbank

on 22 March 2011

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Transcript of Informative Speech

The World Cup SUPER BOWL! Not the real football, that's actually... FIFA - Fédération Internationale de Football Association The World Cup History Lesson:
- Montevideo, Uruguay (18 July 1930)
- influenced by Olympic Games
- repeated every 4 years (except 1942 and 1946)
- 32 teams face off in the finals, hundreds compete to make it there
- fifa.com Statistics:
- Brazil leads with 5 championships (perfect attendance)
- Italy with 4 championships
- Germany 3
- Argentina and Uruguay 2
- Britain, France, and Spain only have 1
- The United States has 0
- netvigator.com Soccer Riots... Is he charging the riot police?
Yes. - competitive fans clash to produce brawls
- often leads to full out riots
- riot police must intervene (remember baldy?)
- sometimes human crushes occur by crowds
- Hillsborough, April 15, 1989, killed 96 people by forcing a crowd of thousands into a small tunnel
- streetdirectory.com
"Soccer riots kill at most tens. Intellectuals' ideological riots sometimes kill millions." - John McCarthy (brainyquote.com)
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