Street Football World Cup attracts worldwide youngers

2014-07-08 04:45:13 GMT2014-07-08 12:45:13(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English
An athlete of Colombia controls the ball during the Street Football World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7, 2014. This sports event attracted around 300 youngsters from 20 countries and regions all over the world. Differing from the conventional football match, the Street Football World Cup allowed athletes of different sexes to play together and there are no arbitrators. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso) An athlete of Colombia controls the ball during the Street Football World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7, 2014. This sports event attracted around 300 youngsters from 20 countries and regions all over the world. Differing from the conventional football match, the Street Football World Cup allowed athletes of different sexes to play together and there are no arbitrators. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso)
Athletes of Colombia celebrate after scoring against Germany during Street Football World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7, 2014. This sports event attracted around 300 youngsters from 20 countries and regions all over the world. Differing from the conventional football match, the Street Football World Cup allowed athletes of different sexes to play together and there are no arbitrators. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso) Athletes of Colombia celebrate after scoring against Germany during Street Football World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7, 2014. This sports event attracted around 300 youngsters from 20 countries and regions all over the world. Differing from the conventional football match, the Street Football World Cup allowed athletes of different sexes to play together and there are no arbitrators. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso)
An athlete of Colombia controls the ball during the Street Football World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7, 2014. This sports event attracted around 300 youngsters from 20 countries and regions all over the world. Differing from the conventional football match, the Street Football World Cup allowed athletes of different sexes to play together and there are no arbitrators. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso) An athlete of Colombia controls the ball during the Street Football World Cup in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 7, 2014. This sports event attracted around 300 youngsters from 20 countries and regions all over the world. Differing from the conventional football match, the Street Football World Cup allowed athletes of different sexes to play together and there are no arbitrators. (Xinhua/Rahel Patrasso)
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