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Copa America 2016

Posted: June 2, 2016 at 10:13 pm   /   Culture, Latin America, The Buzz

Every four years, the national soccer teams of South America’s 10 countries, plus a couple of guests, duke it out for continental supremacy. It’s happening again starting Friday, but this one will be like no other: CONCACAF and COMNEBOL, world soccer’s North, Central and South American confederations, have joined forces to make it bigger, better and truly […]

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#FútbolSoccer: Stories Beyond the Ball

Posted: May 27, 2016 at 11:34 pm   /   Culture, Latin America

On May 26th Greenspace along with the National Association of Hispanic Journlists’ New York City chapter presented #FútbolSoccer: Stories Beyond the Ball featuring 4 presenters: The Presenters Carlos Llamosa is an assistant coach with the New York Cosmos, native Colombia. who played in 29 matches for the United States National Team. Irv Smalls is the executive director of FC Harlem, […]

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Argentina-Brazil Rivalry Too Hot for Brotherhood

Posted: July 3, 2014 at 12:33 pm   /   Latin America, World Cup

This World Cup has seen Latin American soccer fans cheering for each others’ teams. Not Argentines and Brazilians, whose rivalry remains stubbornly in place. Quarrels between fans of South America’s two biggest countries have broken out in stadiums as supporters taunt each other. Police intervened in Belo Horizonte where Argentina fans and host Brazil threw […]

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