“world-cup” Charts

Will The World Cup Actually Help Brazil's Economy? »

According to a majority of Brazilians, the World Cup will ultimately hurt the nation's economy. This statistic follows other polls…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 264
Score: 9

Youth Soccer Participation by US State »

Who plays soccer in the USA?

Cortney S. Warren, Ph.D.
by: Cortney S. Warren, Ph.D.
views: 322
Score: 6

The Human Cost Of FIFA's Corruption »

Despite the nation's flagrant human rights violations, Qatar was awarded the honor of hosting the World Cup in 2022, a…

by: SavvyRoo
views: 468
Score: 5

Word Cup 2014 Brings Back the Goals »

In the past several FIFA world cup tournaments the total number of goals had been on the decline—but not in…

by: SavvyRoo
views: 153
Score: 4

Top 5 Nonhost Countries Who Are Buying the most FIFA Tickets »

Brazil has hosted the FIFA World Cup this year and has had sales in excess of one million tickets. the…

Lauren L.
by: Lauren L.
views: 131
Score: 3

Millennials Drive American Interest in the World Cup »

Millennials will be nearly twice as likely to watch the final game of the World Cup as Americans aged 68…

by: SavvyRoo
views: 126
Score: 3

World's Biggest Sporting Event Unwelcome by Brazil »

There has been a sustained row by Brazilians over the burdens of World Cup hosting responsibilities in their country. The…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 59
Score: 3

What Reason Do You Need To Follow Sport's Biggest Event? »

For Americans, by far the biggest reason for watching the World Cup is to support Team USA. Various social influences…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 88
Score: 1

Putting the World Cup in Context »

The price of a top-end ticket at the World Cup is about $1250, depending on the game and the location.…

Natalie Lubsen
by: Natalie Lubsen
views: 127
Score: 1

2014 Top 10 Sports Events on Twitter »

The Super Bowl is on a completely different level; drawing the biggest audience and garnering by far the most tweets.…

Kamil Skwarek
by: Kamil Skwarek
views: 69

2014 World Cup Goals »

Goals scored in the 2014 World Cup by Germany, Netherlands, Columbia, Brazil and France.

by: Anu
views: 40

16 Years Later, World Cup Goals are Harder to Come By »

Since the expansion of the FIFA World Cup from 24 teams to the 32 team format in 1998, the number…

by: Noah
views: 77

Where Do the Rich Put Their Fun Money? »

Latest sign of our increasingly unequal world: In 1950, 200,000 soccer fans watched the World Cup final in Brazil’s Maracanã…