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U.S.-Germany World Cup Semifinal Could Draw Sellout At Montreal's Olympic Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 30 / 15

Tonight's Germany-U.S. Women's World Cup semifinal game will see a "huge, pro-American crowd" at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, as "more than 46,000 tickets were sold at the start of the week and the final attendance could easily clear 50,000," according to Jonathan Tannenwald of PHILLY.com. Montreal'...

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