NEW World Cup Trivia
New World Cup Trivia
Think you know your U.S. Soccer trivia? Well...try us. We'll see how far back your knowledge of Team USA and U.S. Soccer extends. And who the heck is Jack Marshall? Even the trivia buffs in the U.S. Soccer Communications Department would be hard pressed to tell you that one Jack Marshall received his one and only cap way back in 1926. Okay, that was pretty much impossible. They get easier. We give you four questions each month, 1 to 4, easy to hard.
With Korea/Japan 2002 having come and gone, we now have all new facts and figures to trivialize in a second installment of World Cup-themed questions.
Q1 (Difficulty level 1 of 4): Name the only country to win five World Cup titles?
Q2 (2 of 4): Who is the only U.S. player to score goals in two different World Cups?
Q3 (3 of 4): Only two countries have won a World Cup outside their own continent. Name them.
Q4 (4 of 4): What is the only country to give up more than 100 total goals in World Cup history?
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A2: Brian McBride (one goal at France >98 and two goals at Korea/Japan 2002).
A3: Brazil (1954 in Sweden, 1970 in Mexico, 1994 in USA and 2002 in Japan) and Argentina (1986 in Mexico).
A4: Germany (106 goals).
Table of Contents
1) Armchair Midfielder (Lasting Images of Korea/Japan 2002)
2) Word Association (w/ WNT midfielder Lorrie Fair)
3) Reyna Reminisces (w/ MNT midfielder Claudio Reyna)
4) Queries and Anecdotes (w/ WNT/U-21 WNT defender Cat Reddick)
5) The Long Road Back (w/ U-21 WNT defender Nandi Pryce)
6) Superstar!! (w/ MNT defender Tony Sanneh)
7) Mark That Calendar (U.S. WNT vs. Norway -- July 21, 1 p.m. ET, ESPN)
8) "You Don't Know Jack (Marshall)" (NEW World Cup trivia)
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