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Updated: 06/16/14

World Cup fever is about to hit a high in Washington DC and around the world. After four long years, Brazil is now center stage for the largest sporting tournament. Even the casual soccer - futbol, football, whatever you want to call it - fan can easily get swept up in the nationalistic frenzy that is the World Cup. Washington DC area bars are far from oblivious to this, and many have come up with some great specials to attract World Cup revelers
 with deals happening throughout the month long tournament. We put together a list of some of the best bars in Washington DC, Bethesda and Arlington to catch the games at.

Published in 360 Sports

Well, Brazil hopes for a World Cup title on home turf bites the dust in grand fashion. You might remember the USA's heartbreaking loss to the Germans 1-0 in the 3rd match of the Group Stage but that was nothing compared to today. Brazil got absolutely demolished on home soil by the Germans with a score of 5-0 before the half. In a soccer crazed nation such as Brazil, this obviously is pretty heartbreaking. Here are some crazy / funny / scary media from what's going down in Brazil right now!

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To prove FIFA is a corrupt and rigged organization, a Twitter account has made it look like it predicted the exact winning scenario of the World Cup, a day before it happened:

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Germany are the champions of the World -- at least in Soccer.  Prior to Sunday, most Americans thought of Germany as the land of Beer steins, Beer gardens, Bratwurst, and luxury cars but I think it is safe to say that soccer can now be added to the oh-so-stereotypical list.

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It is game day for USA soccer fans as the United States faces off against Portugal. The game will start at 6 PM Eastern and if USA wins, they will advance to the next round.  Here is our list of top places to check out the game with emphasis on size, location and crowd.  

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