Well, would you look at that? There’s a World Cup starting on Saturday! I know FIFA‘s had a rough go of it lately, but that just means the 2015 Women’s World Cup is coming at just the right time to remind us why anybody cares about Sepp Blatter‘s hideous corruption carnival (besides those who just like watching train wrecks). When it’s actually being played in stadiums rather than being ruined/saved in boardrooms, soccer is great on its largest stage. Tuning into the World Cup will be far more enjoyable than following a corruption scandal (and, one could argue, even more fun than watching a John Oliver rant about said scandal).
Not convinced? Here are the biggest reasons why you should tune in: