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(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune) Soccer fans dance to live music and celebrate prior to the start of the Brazil versus Croatia World Cup soccer match at Rodizio Grill at Trolley Square in Salt Lake City on Thursday, June 12, 2014.
Utah Soccer fans party at Brazilian restaurants for World Cup opening

First Published Jun 12 2014 05:50 pm • Last Updated Jun 12 2014 09:01 pm

Utah soccer fans on Thursday gathered at Rodizio Grill in Trolley Square and Bakery Street South American Cafe on State Street, both in Salt Lake City, to celebrate the opening match of the FIFA Wold Cup soccer tournament. There was plenty of music, food and cheering as Brazil defeated Croatia, 3-1.

The U.S. plays its first match on Monday, June 16.

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