BOSTON (CBS) As the U.S. advances in the World Cup, soccer fever is catching on in Boston.
Mayor Marty Walsh hosted the first ever Boston Youth Soccer World Cup in South Boston on Saturday. Approximately 160 kids from around Boston participated.
“Just amazing to see us and see how good those players are,” said 11-year-old Jack Sullivan, who played in the youth world cup.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports