9 Cities, 9 Parties: World Cup 2010

Rome: There's only a footprint left of the Circus Maximus stadium where ancient Romans gathered to watch chariot races, but it's a large one. Rome will invite fans to watch every 2010 match here.
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Paris: In the shadow of the Eiffel Tower across the Seine, 15,000 fans will pile into the grassy mall known as the Trocadéro every match day, watching giant TVs. In the past, they've cheered the Blues from a square next to the Hotel de Ville (City Hall).
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Mexico City: Up to 100,000 fans will watch Mexico's matches on huge outdoor screens in the Plaza de la Constitución. Bordered by the gorgeous Metropolitan Cathedral, this plaza is the emotional heart of the country.
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