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Idols to Hold Futsal and Cheerleading Competitions

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2014.05.22 16:13 Newsen Jeong Jee Won Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

With the 2014 Brazil World Cup approaching, MBC created the Idol Futsal World Cup to support Korea′s national soccer team.

The Idol Futsal World Cup, broadcasting early June, will have groups of idol stars that participate in the Idol Athletics Championship every holiday season, playing futsal. However, this time, it will not just be idols, but stars who love soccer of different ages and nationalities.

Idols to Hold Futsal and Cheerleading Competitions

The participants include B2ST, BTOB, Roh Ji Hoon, Kim Heung Gook, Kim Bo Sung, Lee Wan, Yoo Gun, Lee Sang In, Jung Doo Ho, and more.

A team created of foreigners who love Korea has also been attractiing attention, with Sam Hammington from Australia, Sam Ochiri from Ghana, Fabian from France, and others from Englad, Bangladesh, and more appearing on the show.

The Idol Futsal World Cup will be split between the World League and Idol League, and the two teams who are left in both leagues will compete against each other. The MBC Brazil World Cup sportscasters are scheduled to comment on the events, giving a preview of what′s to come with the real World cup.

Also, the girl group members will be participating in a cheerleading competition. miss A, After School, Sunmi, SISTAR, Secret, Rainbow, and several others will be participating as they support the futsal games as well as the national team players.

The Idol Futsal World Cup will take place on May 26. It′s scheduled to air in June.

Photo Credit: MBC

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