And a happy Father's Day  to you too! Soccer may be the most popular sport around the world, but it has taken its time to catch on here in the US. With the 2010 World Cup well under way, the sport is gaining a whole new crop of fans in women who can't take their eyes off of the sexy footballers . What the many of the ladies don't know is that some of the best players in the world spend their off-field time changing diapers and kicking the ball around with their tots. In honor of Father's Day , we're taking a look at some of the dads who know that dribbling means more than some saliva on the chin.
Team England footballer will be supported by daughters Luna and Isla throughout the World Cup.
England's midfielder is the proud papa of 3-month-old Ruby Tatiana Cole.
Team England striker Wayne Rooney has a budding teammate in 7-month-old son Kai Wayne Rooney.
Twenty-six year old Dutch striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar will be celebrating dad's day with his son.
Dutch center back Joris Mathijsen will have son Jens-Joris on the sidelines to cheer him on.
Rafael van der Vaart
Four-year-old Damián Rafael may take to the field with dad, Dutch midfielder Rafael van der Vaart.
Don't be surprised if Team Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder is joined by 3-year-old Jessey on the field after a game.
Argentina's forward Carlos Tévez will celebrate Father's Day  with his two daughters, including 4-month-old Katia.
Dad to 11-month-old Nora, Spanish striker Fernando Torres has plenty to celebrate this weekend.
The Ivory Coast's Didier Tébily has three children to celebrate with this weekend.