The World Cup Hub was launched earlier today and it will be the all-in-one information page for soccer fans throughout the world.
The Hub shows all the latest scores and highlights from matches, as well as an interactive feed showing all the photos and updates from your friends, players and teams.
To be featured in the hub, an update will need to include the hashtag #worldcup.
Starting Thursday, Facebook users will also be able to share what game they are watching through the “smiley” icon when updating their status.
No matter what your favorite team is, you will surely have fun following the world cup on Facebook, no?
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