Washingtonpost.com has created a Fantasy World Cup Game as part of its comprehensive coverage of the World Cup on the web. By picking 6 players and a team defense you can track your team’s progress as the real teams play in
. You can also track the teams of people you know, creating some friendly rivalry. Once the games begin you can make 3 substitutions per round. Points are accumulated and lost according to positive and negative aspects, for example, scoring goals and getting red cards. Germany
The link to sign up for the fantasy game is http://projects.washingtonpost.com/worldcup/.
I signed up and let's just say that everyone is just playing for second. Go Hooligans!