It was just announced that Nashville is on the short list for cities in the US who will be hosting some of the games if the United States wins its bid to host the World Cup in 2018 or 2022
This is great news for the City of Nashville and the game of soccer. The adds to the interest of the recent World Cup qualifying games and international matches that have ben played the Titans stadium LP Field.
You read about the other 18 cities that were selected at www.GoUSABid.com
Great news for Nashville in general. The national media attention will also help to create interest in Nashville and the economy here.
Nashville to Host World Cup Matches
With the renewed interest in soccer and the growth of the appeal of the game in the USA, Nashville has become very active in trying to secure the city as a venue for some of the games played in the international soccer competition.
Use the form above to show your support for the bid and hopefully we will suceed in gaining the nomination of Nashville as one of the citys to host some of the world cup games.
See more about the bid HERE
Its going to be an interesting day on Sunday for real estate and open houses. It's the day of the World Cup Final and with America taking a greater interest in soccer we could see a slight slow down while the game is being played.
Open houses generally generally don't do as well when the Titans are playing football games at home and this Sunday we'll see how the World Cup football/soccer game affects the open house traffic. Buyers may be wanting to stay home and watch the game or take a trip to LP Field for some live action atmosphere.
The Tennessee Titans actually hosted one of the qualifying matches for the World Cup and now they have decided to open LP Field for the finals and show the game on the jumbo screens.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
1:30 pm The Game Starts
FREE admission • FREE parking • Live music • Kids games and giveaways • Discounted concessions • FREE Sounds tickets to the first 1,000 through the gate • Enter to WIN a trip to Bud Light Port Paradise or a Suite at the Titans v. Saints game
Bring the World Cup to the US. Bring the World Cup to Nashville!
Sign the petition at visitmusiccity.com/worldcupnashville.
As probably everyone knows in America, the soccer World Cup is underway, and this world sport is starting to make some in roads in to the American sporting culture.
The England v USA has been recorded as one of the highest watched sporting events on TV as the game captured the friendly rivalry between the two countries. England were the favorites to win this game, having a team made up of world class players who have established their reputations throughout the soccer world. The USA team had players that play in the US and Europe and have become a respected team although underdogs for the England game.
As it turns out, England scored quickly, but the USA scored just before the end of half time to level the game. At full time, the scoreline was still 1-1 and USA were declared the "victors" as they had upset the bookmakers and pundits!
If you were looking to see some real estate that Saturday you have noticed a significant reduction in the number of realtors available to show homes from The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Elite! Thats because most of us were watching the game. Jonny Lee and Gary Ashton are both from England and so were hoping for an English win. The other guys on the team that came to watch the match, Jason K, Bob Benjamin, Keith Waller, Tommy Lee, David Elliot, Allen Shrum, Andy Brown, John Robinson, Bradley Barrett and Conley Black were all rooting for the USA. Some of the ladies on the team were not so interested in the game. Melissa Tanner, Barbara Chils, Missy Davidson and Paula Piskie were all out showing homes to buyers.
Luckily we all had an enjoyable game and still managed to show homes that day so all in all it was a win win situation for the USA and English teams as well as our real estate team.
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