In Latin America, football is not just a game. It is an essential part of the Latin American society that it is often closely intertwined in the greater political and social structure of each nation.
For many years, one question has been revolving among the football fanatics – “What are the differences between Soccer and American Football?”
Do you know that Latin America has more than 20 countries and 13 dependencies (and that doesn’t include anglophone and Dutch-speaking countries in the region)?
With just a blink of an eye, we have already approached the last quarter of 2019. This also means that it is time for us to talk about the rest of the exciting sports events that lie ahead in October, November, and December. But before we do, let’s take a quick look at the highlights…
We won’t lie. The first half of the year has passed by quicker than David Beckham’s free kicks. Major sports events like Premiere League 2018/2019, Super Bowl, Wimbledon have passed, but the excitement is not yet over.
Gambling has always been an integral part of people’s favorite past time activities, and it has remained undeniably popular throughout history.
World Cup 2018 fever has well and truly kicked off. And, with the games about to get underway, there’s no better time than now to scrub up on the lingo you’ll need to survive this year’s World Cup tournament.
With the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia fast-approaching, there’s no doubt already a lot of hype and heated discussion in the air around questions like: Which country will win the Cup this time around? Which player will win the Golden Boot? And, even: Which countries will boycott the tournament?
We waited 4 long years for it. And, just like that, the Winter Olympics 2018 has whisked past us almost faster than you could even notice those speed skaters zooming past in their crotch design uniforms.