Washington Post's World Cup coverage
With the World Cup set to kick off next week, The Post has introduced a variety of features, news feeds, videos and blogs to complement the coverage from South Africa. The main page provides access to all you need, including:
*A global map with team news, matchups and group information.
*Video of U.S. players talking about how they got their start in soccer.
*A historical database to search results of past World Cups.
*A new blog for fans traveling to the World Cup, hosted by South Africa-bound Post staffers Matt Brooks and Tim Ball.
*Today's feature from our foreign service focuses on Lionel Messi.
June 2, 2010; 4:27 AM ET
Categories: 2010 World Cup , U.S. men's national team | Tags: South Africa, U.S. national team, Washington Post, World Cup
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