Steven Goff

Soccer Writer, Washington Post

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There'll be a first-time winner of the World Cup on Sunday, when  Spain  or  The Netherlands  will join the ranks of legendary soccer teams. But the cost of the games isn't cheap.

South Africa after the Last World Cup Ball Is Kicked

There'll be a first-time winner of the World Cup on Sunday, when Spain or The Netherlands will join the ranks of legendary soccer teams. But the cost of the games isn't cheap.

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The US team was happy to get a  1-1 tie  with England on Saturday, based on an  inexplicable error  by the English goalkeeper.

This One's for BP: US Ties England on Goalie's Spill

The US team was happy to get a 1-1 tie with England on Saturday, based on an inexplicable error by the English goalkeeper.

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With roughly a billion fans expected to watch on TV, the  World Cup  will be living up to its name. It's been held every four years since 1930, with two exceptions during World War II.

World Cup Preparations in South Africa

With roughly a billion fans expected to watch on TV, the World Cup will be living up to its name. It's been held every four years since 1930, with two exceptions during World War II.

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