Soccer, the "World's Greatest Game", is a game of time and space. The more space you have, the more time you have, the more space you allow, the more time your opponent has. The better the ball you give your teammate, the more time he or she has. The more time you have, the better the decisions you will make. The more time you allow your opponents, the better the decisions they will make. These concepts will allow your team to move the ball down the field or defend well. Ultimately, however, you must put the ball in the back of the net. In the end, your ability to score will be governed by your concentration, your courage, your technique, and the number of repetitions in practice.
By the way, the last World Cup (soccer's world championship played every 4 years) was watched by over a billion while the Super Bowl will draw only about 112 million.