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Greece Soccer Tickets

The Greek National Team headed to the World Cup this year is looking to capture the nation’s first title at the international soccer tournament. The team was eliminated in the group stage at both of their previous tournament appearances, at USA 1994 and South Africa 2010. Cheer on the tournament’ underdogs with Greece soccer tickets of your very own.

The Greece soccer team has seen such star players as Theodoros Zagorakis, Antonios Nikopolidis and Angelos Basinas in its storied history. The 2014 team will be coached by Fernando Santos, a retired Portuguese player who has indicated that he will not be returning to the team after this year’s tournament run.

Despite being plagued by low attendance numbers at a number of their pre-tournament friendly matches, the Greeks are determined to prove themselves in Brazil. The team proved in 2004 that it is capable of taking home the trophy at an international tournament. It was that year that the squad captured the EURO Cup. With a stunning qualification campaign that included wins over Romania, Lithuania and Latvia, the team is looking to maintain that forward momentum going into tournament play.