Appreciate your point. This ethnographic ask, is just one angle of our World Cup coverage. We have people on the ground throughout Brazil covering World Cup protests, which we’ll be publishing in upcoming weeks.
Understand your point, but we aren’t so much interested in advocating for soccer’s governing body. The World Cup is the most watched event in the world, it’s one of those few moments left that brings people from across the planet together. We’re interested in compiling a collection of photos from each country to see how people celebrate it locally.
We really want to see how fans in each of the 32 countries watch their teams. If your country is competing we’d love to see what your local World Cup celebration looks like.
Tag pictures from your country’s match #WorldCupGOOD on here and on Instagram.