World Cup Soccer: The Real Match Won't Be On The Field
The 16th World Cup opens in Paris on June 10, and France will be throwing a monthlong party. It has spent $1.5 billion to rebuild stadiums and construct new train lines for the more than 2.5 million fans expected to attend. And with a projected 37 billion TV viewers (cumulative), most of the planet will be watching.
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