Worldwide, the passion with which Argentine football is lived is known, both at club level and the national team, but for People who were born in a country without a football tradition, such as the United States, can be awkward.
A mother who calls herself @yanquienargentina on TikTok shared the statement sent from his son’s school About the World Cup in Qatar. Due to the fact that some matches in Argentina have been played during work and school hours, parents were informed about Changes to the schedule of classes to protect families from missing games.
Thus, if a game is played in the morning, children are allowed to come later and those played in the middle of the afternoon can leave early and watch it at home. The school’s flexibility when it came to soccer surprised the mother of TikTokers.
“tell me you live in argentina without telling me you live in argentina”, wrote in the video and although it seemed strange to him because something he’s never seen in the United States, he becomes infatuated with Football passion is born in the country you live in present and said that he would attend the World Cup celebrations with his son: “We are very excited to see tomorrow’s game!”, he assured while wearing a hat with the colors of the Argentine flag. And in the background his young son was heard saying: “Come on, Argentina!”
Most of his followers thought the school was a good idea: “You don’t see that here in the United States, but I still find them first. You have to watch the matches, it’s a cultural education.”, “The World Cup in Argentina, first football and second football. When the national team plays, it’s a serious thing”, “The World Cup only happens every four years and You can teach the kids about the participating countries to make it more educational”, he remarked.
The American woman dedicates her content on the platform to showcasing what she has found to be the difference between life in the United States and life in Argentina. in a video He reveals what has been the hardest part of living away from his country of origin And she listed some conditions such as missing her family and friends, as well as missing out on holidays, traditions and her favorite food. “But I really believe that the hardest thing about living abroad is making friends”He asked to finish.
In another clip, he answers a question he is constantly asked and it relates to the reason why he chose Argentine citizenship over being an American. “What they don’t understand is that all the great things that can happen to you as an adult happened to me in Argentina: working, having a family, getting married, and the reality is that I, as an Argentine I feel more familiar with…”had a perfect Spanish which suggests that he has lived in South America for a long time.
However, he says that just as he has experienced wonderful things, he has experienced “very strong and sad feelings”. finally confirmed He is very proud to have citizenship and to be a part of Argentina.