Finding Serious Soccer Fans in the U.S.

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Fans from Trinidad and Tobago at the Caribbean Tree House Restaurant in Inglewood, Calif., celebrate their country's World Cup match against England, June 15, 2006. Maja Cholody, NPR hide caption

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Inglewood, Calif., celebrate their country's match against England.

Fans from Trinidad and Tobago at the Caribbean Tree House Restaurant in Inglewood, Calif., celebrate their country's World Cup match against England, June 15, 2006.

Maja Cholody, NPR

People around the world may lament the United States' disregard for soccer. But some immigrant communities around Southern California have soccer fever. Steve Inskeep reports.

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