The sport of soccer, played in the United States, is one of the most popular games on the planet.
The number of people who watch the game in the U.S. is estimated at over 4 million.
The game, which is played on a square-shaped field, is played in about 5,000 soccer stadiums worldwide.
Soccer is played by more than 50 nations around the world, and there are over 2.5 million soccer fans in the world.
This year, the game was featured on ESPN and Univision, which means it is gaining popularity in many countries.
However, in some countries, the number of soccer fans has been dropping in recent years, and some countries are beginning to see declining numbers of soccer spectators.
The sport in the USA is also seeing a decline in popularity.
A study by the Pew Research Center found that the U of A student population has dropped by over 17 percent in the last four years, according to the study.
In 2014, the student population was estimated at about 1.5 percent of the UofA population.
A recent survey conducted by the Associated Press found that soccer attendance has dropped since the beginning of the 2020-21 academic year.
The survey found that in 2019, a majority of UofAs fans attended games, but in 2020 the number dropped to 42 percent.
According to the AP, the decline in attendance was attributed to a number of factors including a rise in violence, as well as a decrease in soccer-related injuries and deaths.
According a 2015 study by Harvard University, soccer attendance in the city of Boston has been falling for a decade, from the peak in 2005 to the lowest point in 2019.
Boston’s soccer team has fallen by about 20 percent since 2004, according the study, which found that attendance is down to less than 5 percent of its peak level.
Soccer fans in Brazil are also losing interest in the game.
According the BBC, in 2016, the country had about 1,500 soccer fans, and in 2017, the figure fell to 590.
In the past, Brazilians have been very enthusiastic about the sport, with the sport playing an important role in the nation’s history and culture.
However the sport has also seen a decrease as a result of the global financial crisis.
A 2016 study by Brazil’s Ministry of Sport found that there were fewer fans attending games in 2019 than in the previous year.
However in 2020, the FIFA rankings showed that attendance fell to 3.6 percent of a country’s population.
the AP report, many of the reasons behind the decline are due to the increasing economic downturn, the economic crisis in Brazil, and the government’s attempts to curb the popularity of soccer.
According CNN, the soccer market in Brazil is expected to grow in the future.
The country is planning to increase the number and size of its teams in the 2020 FIFA World Cup in Russia, which will be played in Russia.
There are also plans to expand the number, size, and number of clubs in other countries.
The problem of declining attendance is not limited to the U, but is also affecting many other countries around the globe.
The United Kingdom is the most prominent example of a declining soccer fan base, as the nation saw a 25 percent decrease in attendance in 2018.
The study by U.K. broadcaster ITV said that attendance in Britain was down by 30 percent in 2018, and a 25.6-percent drop in 2019 was also reported by ITV.
According of the BBC report, the BBC has found that most soccer fans do not return to stadiums when they go to the game because they are afraid of the noise and the crowds.
It is estimated that more than 1 million people will watch the football match at a time, according CNN.
The FIFA rankings show that attendance dropped by 20.4 percent in 2020 and 20.8 percent in 2021, but the number was still high.
The U.k. is also the world’s most-populous country with an estimated population of about 5.4 million people.
According U.N. statistics, there were 6.3 million people living in the country in 2020.
The BBC report found that one-third of the fans who are not attending games are from poorer countries, such as China, the Philippines, and India.
It said that one of those countries, China, was expected to increase its attendance by more 20 percent in 2022.
The global soccer population is expected by 2020 to reach about 1 billion, with China expected to surpass that number.
The decline in the popularity and numbers of fans is likely to continue for some time, as soccer in the region is expected be the biggest sport in 2020 to 2024.