For some inexplicable reason, Shell Caribbean Cup organizers decided that extra time goals would be worth two goals in 1994.
From 1960 to 1980, the Athletics were owned by an eccentric self-made millionaire with no shortage of big, bad, amusing ideas. Mule ride, anyone?
Good news for your next World Cup party: The Travelling Gin Company whipped up 32 cocktails for the 32 countries competing.
Toward the end of each half of a soccer match, the fourth official on the sideline hoists an illuminated sign over his or her head that displays a number.
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Brazilian hotels had to make some unusual concessions to accommodate the players.
Hearing hundreds of goals called, one right after the other, by excited announcers from various countries, can really make you notice the international differences in goal announcing style.