It is hard not to notice that Berlin has been in a state of soccer "fuss ball"-frenzy. I have my own theory why Germany lost: Germany never had a good fuss ball song to begin with.
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The long awaited 178th annual Rixdorfer Strohballenrollen Competition, also known as "Popráci," took place this last weekend. 104,1's travel writer, Tam Eastley, visited the hay barrel rolling festival to take part in the action.
Women's football has historically been frowned upon in Germany and many other countries. But this year, there is evidence attitudes are changing; many WM matches are sold out and player compensation is inching closer to their male counterparts.
The 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup begins this Sunday, June 26th in Berlin and ends on Sunday, July 17th in Frankfurt am Main. Here's a list we've put together of Berlin locales that will be showing the games live.
Team Deutschland Scores Big Over England This Sunday 4:1
After A Red Card For Striker Miroslav Klose, Team Deutschland Loses To Serbia 1:0