What The World Cup Means To Me
New from World Soccer Talk, the What The World Cup Means to Me eBook features original, personal stories from more than 20 of the biggest names in US soccer media circles. Each story delves into what soccer’s greatest competition means to them. From their first time being introduced to the tournament to the memories that we never forget.
The free eBook is a celebration of the meaning of the FIFA World Cup. It transcends the soccer games. It means everything to hundreds of millions of soccer fans worldwide. But it also means something different to each of us.
Please complete the form below to receive a link to download your FREE copy of What the World Cup means to Me – World Soccer Talk’s eBook featuring memories and insights on the world’s greatest sporting event from soccer commentators, writers, and more.
Included with the eBook is also a free subscription to our daily World Soccer Talk Insider email newsletter. It features TV and streaming listings for soccer leagues and competitions. Plus, the latest daily soccer news and headlines from World Soccer Talk.
Plus you get the latest soccer news headlines from all of the top soccer stories daily.
25 renowned contributors featured in eBook
Among the 25 contributors to What The World Cup Means to Me, they include Rebecca Lowe, Simon Kuper, Danny Higginbotham, Ian Joy, Brian Phillips, Jonathan Tannenwald, Tim Vickery, Tommy Smyth, Laurence McKenna, John Devlin, John Nicholson, Janusz Michallik, Phil Schoen, Juan Arango and many others.
More free World Cup resources
We offer four more World Cup resources for you.
First, our World Soccer Talk website features the latest soccer news, schedules and analysis. Second, we have a free daily email newsletter entitled WST Insider that includes news customized to your favorite team and leagues.
Third, download a complimentary copy of The Ultimate Soccer TV And Streaming Guide. It features details on where to watch all of the leagues from around the world on US TV and streaming.
Fourth, to find out when soccer games are on, download the free Soccer TV Schedules App. It includes listings of all of the live soccer matches available in the United States (available on Apple iOS devices and Android devices).
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