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June 2002

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Chinese Soccer Finally Scores

World Cup co-hosts South Korea and Japan are going all out to welcome some 60,000 Chinese soccer fans. Arriving this month to cheer on their national team, the Asian guests will be greeted by newly translated Chinese street signs, restaurants serving Chinese cuisine, and streamlined tourist visa procedures.

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2002 FIFA World Cup
As the soccer world gears up for the 2002 World Cup, co-hosted by Japan and South Korea, FIFA has all the information you need to stay current with the matches.

Find out who’s doing well, and who’s not, in the world of soccer. Latest Football News, Results, Live Scores and Soccer Headlines

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Includes current international soccer news and features on top players.

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