Last weekend saw Scotland hosting the Swamp Soccer World Championships. The eighth annual meet was the largest ever organized. Swamp soccer’s rules are the same as dry soccer except there are no offsides. Organizer Stewart Miller compared the tournament to conventional soccer, saying it had the "same competitive instincts and filthy tackles, but with the addition of masses of sludge, muck and swampy mess.”
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