What can we say? Soccer… is life. Just in time for the 2022 World Cup, soccer fans and hosts Matt Nelson and Steve Ceruti share some of their favorite soccer episodes from Gimlet, Parcast and Spotify. Like how a scrappy US team leveled up to compete with Mexico and create a fierce rivalry. Or how the Spanish women's team fought for equal opportunities at the 2015 World Cup. And the story of the 1974 Zaire team who saw soccer as a way to climb out from under a dictator's rule. New episodes of We Came to Win publish each Tuesday.
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For this final episode of the season Matt & Steve look back at the mutiny that took place during the 2015 Women’s World Cup and the Spanish National team’s battle for supremacy on the pitch and equality off of it. more
I love the podcast. I love everything soccer(football) (fùtbol)! So many interesting stories. I hope you can do a story about the Zambia National team that perished in a Plane crash in 1993 and their replacement team still made it to the Africa cup final with less than a year to prepare. And their eventual win in the 2012 in the country where the plane crashed and killed their team.
I didn't expect Gimlet to release a show about soccer so We Came to Win was a pleasant surprise. To some degree, that surprise carried over into my opinion of the series, which was better than I expected. It is very clear that a lot of research went into each episode and I learned some new insights into a sport I have followed my whole life. We Came to Win also does a good job of balancing accessibility to those who aren't as familiar with the sport without patronising them or insulting longtime... more
Goodness, this podcast makes me so excited for a sport I've never really paid attention to!
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