TMR Zoo Announces Unprecedented Coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa

fifa-mandelaThe web magazine best known for bringing you complete coverage of important men’s interest items such as football, baseball, beer, movies, video games and beer has now added a new realm to its repertoire… soccer… or football… or fútbol. Whichever you may call it, the TMR Zoo will cover it over the next two months as the infamous online men’s magazine has declared itself dedicated to everything FIFA.

The 2010 edition of the FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association (or International Federation of Association Football) World Cup will be played in South Africa this year. FIFA is responsible for the organization and governance of football’s major international tournaments, most notably the FIFA World Cup, held since 1930.


FIFA has 208 member associations, which is 16 more than the United Nations and three more than the International Olympic Committee, though five fewer than the International Association of Athletics Federations. There should be no debate that “football” is the World’s pastime.

To celebrate the first FIFA World Cup since the inception of the TMR Zoo, we have committed ourselves to becoming your comprehensive FIFA 2010 World Cup source for coverage like only TMRzoo can deliver. Check in daily over the next few months for the latest FIFA News, Scores, Soccer Video Game Reviews, Soccer Movie Reviews, Beers from around the world and of course… the hottest in Soccer/Football Babes. (You don’t want to miss that feature.)

To make our coverage easy to review daily, please bookmark our FIFA Soccer category page which will update with each and every new article or feature we post. You can also click the FIFA logo in the right sidebar to be be immediately directed to the page.

fifaWe are very excited for what we will be providing over the next few months and we hope you are as well. To kick things off, we are giving away a copy of FIFA Soccer 10 for whatever gaming platform you request. The giveaway will run right up to the start of the tournament, so you can have your copy just as the real action starts. You can enter every single day while the contest is running to increase your odds of winning.

Good Luck and we hope you enjoy our coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.