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Group of soccer fans picks spot for Cup

Soccer fans will be following the World Cup for the next month, and there's a local group that focuses on the U.S. team.

Paul Stinson is the president of the Fox Valley chapter of a national organization called the American Outlaws. He says the name may sound tough, but it's just a group of fans who get together to watch the U.S. play.

He says they'll be gathering at Greene's Pour House in downtown Neenah. He says the owner will have all of the tournament games on TV, with the sound on.

The U.S. plays its first game on Monday, against Ghana.

Some bars around the Fox Cities are trying to bring in soccer fans for the World Cup.

posted : June, 12th by WHBY

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