ARGYLL, SCOTLAND (NBC) - The world's attention is focused on Brazil and the 2014 World Cup, but we're going to Scotland next to show you a World Cup of a wackier variety.
Over the weekend, Scotland hosted the Swamp Soccer World Cup.
Sixteen teams faced off in the mud for the title of world's best.
It's the pinnacle of a very messy sport with some strange rules, like players can't change shoes.
Due to the conditions, set pieces are taken with a drop kick and there is no offside rule.
There's also an unlimited number of substitutions during the 24 minute matches.
The co-ed team won its final on penalties 4-3.
The all men's team final ended in a score of 3-1.
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