My perception is that there is an interest in soccer in the US, despite the lack of broadcast on TV. Kids grow up playing soccer and then are often forced...

My perception is that there is an interest in soccer in the US, despite the lack of broadcast on TV. Kids grow up playing soccer and then are often forced into another college related sport as they hit their late teens. European cup games remain popular as do the touring famous European sides in summer. And, maybe most importantly, the growing Hispanic population retain the sporting interests of the countries they or their parents came from. That sporting interest lies normally with the most popular sport in the world: soccer.

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