World Cup 2014: Football for all in Mexico

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Hundreds of millions of football fans will tune in from every continent for the World Cup. In Mexico, where football is king of all sports, a few fans will be watching a separate football league for players who have lost their limbs. Their goal is to become the champions of Mexico’s Amputee Football league, then go on to the Amputee World Cup games in Sinaloa state in late November. CCTV’s Franc Contreras reports from Mexico City.

World Cup 2014: Football for all in Mexico

World Cup 2014: Football for all in Mexico

Hundreds of millions of football fans will tune in from every continent for the World Cup. In Mexico, where football is king of all sports, a few fans will be watching a separate football league for players who have lost their limbs. CCTV's Franc Contreras reports from Mexico City.

CCTV’s Elaine Reyes interview Jay Rood, vice president of race and sports at MGM Resorts International, to talk about the excitement of the World Cup which extends far beyond the borders of Brazil.

Jay Rood talks about the excitement of World Cup beyond Brazil

Jay Rood talks about the excitement of World Cup beyond Brazil

CCTV's Elaine Reyes interview Jay Rood, vice president of race and sports at MGM Resorts International, to talk about the excitement of the World Cup which extends far beyond the borders of Brazil.