A preview of sorts for World Cup Soccer took place on Florida State's campus.
Girls and boys in the FSU Soccer Camp were split into teams of different countries.
The campers wore the colors of those countries and in some cases even painted their faces and dyed their hair.
The World Cup games were the conclusion of the four day camp.
"I've learned a lot from camp and it also helped me develop my skills, dribbling and passing and stuff," said camper Pamela Moore.
"I hope to one day maybe play college soccer and get a scholarship so my parents won't have to pay so much," she said.
Pamela Moore was part of a winning team.
Portugal defeated Belgium in the championship game for the older campers.
In the younger campers title match, England beat Brazil on penalty kicks.
FSU Soccer Coach Mark Krikorian runs the camp.
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