The Soccer World Cup published ‘What the World Cup Means for Me’ eBook

“What the World Cup Means for Me” is an eBook with articles, personal essays revealing the meaning of the World Cup, from their first time being introduced to the Festival in Memories that marked them Forever.

Participants include Rebecca Lowe, Simon Kuper, Brian Phillips and Danny Higginbotham, among US football writers, Analysts, TV presenters and different personalities.

Miami, FL – April 5, 2022 – World Soccer Talk®, the leading American news watch company that delivers the best soccer games and broadcast schedules and the latest football news and information, published today “What the World Cup Means for Me”, an eBook compiling a collection of short essays from a variety of soccer personalities highlighting their personal stories that look at what a great soccer competition means to them. From the time they first were introduced to the tournament to the memories that marked them forever, this book is available for download at worldsoccertalk.com/worldcupbook.

“‘The meaning of the World Cup’ for me is to celebrate the meaning of the FIFA World Cup,” said Soccer World Cup Publisher Christopher Harris. “It will be beyond football games. It means everything to the hundreds of millions of football fans around the world. But it also means something different to all of us, which is why we wanted to hold stories for celebrities and fans. “

This is the second edition of the series “What the World Cup Means for Me” launched for the first time in 2010. The book contains 25 essays from authors, commentators, television presenters and various names in the football industry. Sponsors include:

● Simon Kuper, author of Soccernomics and author of the Financial Times
● Rebecca Lowe, NBC sports broadcaster
● Danny Higginbotham, football analyst for NBC Sports, ESPN, and Philadelphia Union
● Ian Joy, a football analyst for CBS Sports and New York FC
● Tim Vickery, a soccer journalist
● Adam Spangler, executive director of Nike
● Tommy Smyth, Grumpy Pundits co-host
● Brian Phillips, a New York Times best-selling author
● Phil Schoen, a BeIn Sports analyst
● John Devlin, True Color Designer and Author
● Laurence McKenna, True Geordie and Kickoff co-host
● John Nicholson, author ofFootball 365 and author of the book “Can We Recover Our Football?
● Misha Sher, global head of sports, entertainment, and culture at Mediacom
● Jonathan Tannenwald, Philadelphia Inquirer football writer
● Janusz Michallik, football analyst for ESPN and Sirius XM
● Chris Oakley, designer for Kitbliss
● Daryl Grove, former Total Soccer Show Podcast
● Christopher Harris, Publisher of the World Football Talk
● Peter Lupson, author of “Thank God for Football” and “Across the Park”
● Kyle Fansler, editor of the World Soccer Talk theme
● Kartik Krishnaiyer, senior author of the World Cup Speech
● Juan Arango, a football analyst
● Richard Farley, producer of soccer content
● Richard Whittall, author
● Paul Bestall, director of Mysteries and Monsters podcast

World Soccer Talk has published many eBooks covering a wide range of football topics including the media, style guidelines, league growth and personal experiences following popular sporting events around the world. Among their published books are Blue and Envy – My American Journey to Manchester City and SoccerWarz: Within the American Soccer Feud between MLS, NASL and USL, both available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, SmashWords and all the major booksellers.

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About the World Soccer Talk®
World Football Talk is a leading news company that helps football fans with the most comprehensive list of football equipment and tracking devices in the US, including up-to-date TV and broadcast schedules, news headlines, and technical analysis. Launched in 2005, the Soccer World Cup has helped more than 46 million soccer fans create an average of 4.3 million page views per year.

The Soccer World Cup is the leading source of television and broadcast schedules combined with in-depth reports, interviews and headlines about the football news industry and leading providers. World Football Talk is home to one of the longest running football podcasts in the world, with more than six million downloads since its inception in 2006. The weekly podcast features exclusive interviews with football characters and managers as well as discussions and analysis of the latest football news. . World Soccer Talk also provides fans with comprehensive guidelines for cutting strings and how to watch games, style videos, eBooks and FAQs. Towards the end of 2020 the Soccer World Cup also released the use of the Soccer TV Schedule, providing the most comprehensive and accurate list of available soccer games in the US on television and broadcast. The app is free from ads and pirates.

Company partners include NBCUniversal, ViacomCBS, Disney, FuboTV, Sling TV and Fanatiz. Held privately, the World Soccer Talk is headquartered in Florida, with volunteer reporting staff from across the United States and Europe.

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