A recent "high-profile" soccer game earned quite a bit celebration despite an overall disappointing performance.
Here's a quick quote and more insight into playing this cowtown's fútbol future . . .
“There's people inside the World Cup organizing group that really want the Hunt’s and Kansas City to get games,” Grant Wahl, a soccer analyst for CBS sports, said.
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Continuing preparations for the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar, a capacity crowd squeezed into Children's Mercy Park for a tournament tune-up on Sunday. Despite no goals scored between USA and Uruguay, some consider Kansas City the big winner as it hosted another standing-room-only international friendly with relative ease.