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World Cup 2018 Drinking Game

2018 World Cup Drinking Game

Drink When

  • A commentator says the name of a country
  • A commentator mispronounces a player’s name
  • A goalie makes a save
  • Anyone has a ball in their hands ⚽️
  • Play is stopped
  • There’s a free-kick
  • A yellow or red card is handed out


“I’ve never met anybody who says they don’t like the World Cup. If you’re a soccer fan or not, everybody loves watching it, and I think it could be the same for other sports.

– Landon Donovan


It’s that special time of year when we all agree to hang giant flags out our car windows and lay on the horn. It’s the World Cup, and this year it’s being held in Russia. Whether you call it football or soccer, it’s certainly the sport with the largest and most passionate global following. A passion that can, in extreme cases, lead to rioting, and soccer hooliganism. But for the most part, this is an event that gives people a chance to feel pride in their country or remind people of where they or their families originally came from. Regardless of whether or not you follow football/soccer regularly, the World Cup is a definite spectacle to behold.