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Women love soccer too

Football is proverbially seen as a man’s sport, an excuse to get together with the boys and drink until the final touchdown. While men seem to be the most common demographic (perhaps they relate to the idea of ​​men punching and screaming themselves unconscious), there are plenty of women out there who really enjoy the game. This is not simply referring to the women who tolerate Super Bowl parties and serve barbecue wings to the army of NFL fans who come through the door. In reality, these are female fans who follow the score, root for the home team, and would kick the average guy’s butt when it comes to throwing a Super Bowl party.

What explains this phenomenon and why don’t women enjoy football more? Realize that some sports parties are characterized by gender pegging. If guys want to hang out with their friends, then nothing personal, they might not like the idea of ​​a wife or girlfriend crashing the party. The man may even fear that women will bring an uncomfortable energy to the event, such as criticizing some basic male elements or focusing on the negative aspects of soccer. The man may be afraid of such a scenario and try to keep the game as mysterious and unladylike as possible.

However, some men are open to the idea of ​​their spouse joining in on the Sunday fun, especially if she is a natural fan and enjoys watching a good show. The woman may take up sports in an effort to bond with her spouse or make more friends. They can find exhilaration in showing team spirit, having the common enemy as a partner. When you think about it, soccer is quite an operatic sport; at once an expression of primal human emotion and a gladiatorial battle between giants. People live vicariously through these sports figures, so both men and women find human aspiration exciting and perhaps even inspiring.

Then, of course, there are women who love soccer for the same reason men do: because it’s fun, because they enjoy making predictions and cheering for their favorite teams, and because they’ve seen every Super Bowl since 1975. Men aren’t the only ones who can become obsessive about sports. There are some seasoned women in the NFL who can feel the same adrenaline rush that comes from watching Tom Brady throw a game-winning pass. Everyone loves a good competition, and soccer is the most competitive game in America, with the most passionate fans. It’s both a patriotic event (watch Atlanta get humiliated by Dallas while New York battles Green Bay) and a riveting thriller involving real-life heroes and villains grabbing the ball by the ball. life.

There’s only one thing more satisfying in life than watching the Super Bowl with the boys, a bucket of wings and a pint of your favorite drink all to yourself, all of that plus a girl by your side who never asks to change the channel.

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