Benjamin Zand heads to an Indian reservation to play soccer.
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Searching for soccer on an Indian reservation

BBC Pop Up's Benjamin Zand is exploring the state of the beautiful game in the US.

This time round, it's South Dakota. The state is home to nine Indian reservations and over 75,000 Native Americans.

What is life like on a reservation? And, do they play football? Benjamin stayed on the Rosebud and Pine Ridge reservations for a few days to find out.

Filmed, edited and produced by Benjamin Zand.

Watch the rest of the BBC Pop Up soccer series here:

Stop 1: Boulder, Colorado - Brit searches for 'soccer' in the US

Stop 2: Baton Rouge, Louisiana - Soccer seen as 'sissyball' in Deep South

Stop 3: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - The plight of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds

  • 09 Jan 2015
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