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Which countries soccer fans have more presence in 2014 World Cup?

Chart source: http://www.statista.com/chart/2369/which-countries-soccer-fans-bought-the-most-world-cup-tickets/
Fernando Jasminoy
Tue 24 Jun 01:37

FIFA received approximately 11 million ticket requests in the run up to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with a total of 2,961,911 sold by 05 June. 60% of those were snapped up by the tournament hosts, equating to an impressive 1,363,179 tickets. That´s why in every stadium we can found lots of Brazil fans with their yellow shirt.

The United States accounts for the largest slice of the remaining 40%. 196,838 tickets were sold to fans of the Stars and Stripes, quite a distance ahead of the 61,021...

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