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No world cup clamor in China?

Popularity 4Viewed 1980 times 2018-6-26 14:41 |Personal category:Sports|System category:News

The world cup football is drawing the entire world's attention. we can see many interesting events and records have been being around the world. i have been here in Beijing since 2012 but this time feeling almost a silent China ..Are Chinese not paying attention towards football or my analysis is wrong?  
Even not met/interacted any football team supporters too...its disgusting for me 

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Reply Report HailChina! 2018-6-28 04:05
Ratings are way down in USA for World Cup. It is claimed that SBS got high ratings for the opening Australian game but I don't really believe it. Most people do not care about soccer in Australia. And in my opinion people should stop calling the soccer world cup the "World Cup". Outside of Europe/England and South America who actually gives a $%$% about soccer? Basketball if the number one sport in China not soccer. There is a basketball world cup coming up. There are other world cups - like the cricket world cup. The soccer world cup is the soccer or 'football' world cup.
Reply Report Swifty55 2018-6-29 01:48
Chinese not good in soccer, but here in South China they watch it every where I go.
Reply Report SEARU 2018-7-1 08:59
Welcome you come back blog-home!
Reply Report parcher 2018-7-2 18:32
its still huge in china yes..

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