Germany Gets Ready for FIFA Women's World Cup

The Soccer World Cup is returning to Germany—this time with an all-female cast. From June 26 to July 17, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 will be held nationwide. Berlin will kick off the the event with plenty of fanfare.

On June 25, Berliners and visitors from all over the world can get in the mood for the three-week-long soccer party with a mega event at the Brandenburg Gate. The organizing committee reportedly wants to break the European record for the number of spectators, with a sold-out Olympic Stadium for the opening match on June 26.

This match is your clients' only chance to experience the German soccer players in action in their own country, live in the capital at the World Cup, fighting for their third title in a row.

For more information, visit http://de.fifa.com/womensworldcup/index.html and www.visitberlin.de/en.
 

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