Air Bud: World Pup is the third film and the second sequel in the Air Bud series, as well as the first film to be released straight-to-video.
It's love at first sight for Buddy and Josh, as they meet the new soccer player in town and her Golden Retriever. Soon, Buddy and Josh join the school's soccer team, but they may be distracted by unexpected deliveries and dognappers.
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- Andrea Framm
- Tammy (first appearance)
- Tom Stewart
- Emma Putter (single appearance)
- Molly (first appearance)
- Jackie Framm
- Patrick Sullivan
- Coach Montoya (single appearance)
- Geoffrey Putter (single appearance)
- Mrs. Brimstone (single appearance)
- Coach Jack Sterns (single appearance)
- Steve Sterns (single appearance)
- Minister (single appearance)
- Timmy Sanderson (single appearance)(no lines)
- Kate (single appearance)
- Moose (single appearance)
- Sam Drake (single appearance)
- Mike (single appearance)
- Mrs. Putter Template:Mentioned
- Referee #1 (final appearance)
- Referee #2 (final appearance)
- Old man (single appearance)
- Assistant coach (single appearance)
- Janitor (single appearance)
- Shooter (first appearance)
- Striker (first appearance)
- Zack (first appearance)
- Duke (first appearance)
- Unnamed pup (single appearance)
- Briana Scurry (single appearance)Template:Cameo
- Announcer Brad (single appearance)
- Announcer Ted (single appearance)
- World cup announcer #1 (single appearance)
- World cup announcer #2 (single appearance)
- Brandi Chastain (single appearance)Template:Cameo
- Tisha Venturini (single appearance)Template:Cameo
- Roxbury Stadium
- Webster's van (single appearance)
|Kevin Zegers||Josh Framm|
|Caitlin Wachs||Andrea Framm|
|Chilton Crane||Jackie Framm|
|Dale Midkiff||Patrick Sullivan|
|Shayn Solberg||Tom Stewart|
|Brodie Biles||Timmy Sanderson|
|Brittany Paige Bouck||Emma Putter|
|Duncan Regehr||Geoffrey Putter|
|Patricia Idlette||Mrs. Brimstone|
|Miguel Sandoval||Coach Montoya|
|Levi James||Sam Drake|
|Jay Brazeau||Referee #1|
|Frank C. Turner||Referee #2|
|Tom Shorthouse||Old man|
|Fred Keating||Coach Jack Sterns|
|Mark Pawson||Assistant coach|
|Jeremy Guilbaut||Steve Sterns|
|Eric Hui||Springbrook Spartans player|
|Scott Watson||Announcer Brad|
|Kelly Herron||Announcer Ted|
|Dave Cameron||World Cup announcer #1|
|Paul Carson||World Cup announcer #2|
|"That's What Love is All About"||Music & lyrics by Brian 'Hoot' Gibson||Steve Maddock|
|"Emma's Song"|| Music by Brahm Wenger|
Lyrics by Brahm Wenger & Nicholas Wenger
|"This Better Get Better"|| Music by Howie Vickers & Brian 'Hoot' Gibson|
Lyrics by Howie Vickers
|"Lucky Stars"|| Music by Brian 'Hoot' Gibson|
Lyrics by Howie Vickers
|"C'Mon On and Get My Love"||Music & lyrics by J. Dexter & J. Brooks||Banned In The UK|
|"Always You"||Music & lyrics by Brian 'Hoot' Gibson||Josh Ramsay|
|"It Feels Like Magic"||Music & lyrics by Brian 'Hoot' Gibson||Gordon Maxwell|
- Of the first five films in the Air Bud series, this is the only one where Buddy is not dognapped by the villains, and instead helps Josh, Emma, Tammy and Andrea rescue his offspring.
- All the celebrity players at the end have since retired. Briana Scurry retired due to a head injury.
- Despite not much time passing since the previous film, Andrea has aged a few years into preadolescence.
- This is Molly only appearance in the original series. It seems that she and Buddy don't have any contact with each other after this film, possibly because her family moved away, as the Putters aren't seen or mentioned again, either. Four of the puppies only have one more appearance, themselves, in the next film, only to be dropped in Spikes Back, the fifth and final film in the original series. Molly does appear again in Air Buddies, although she's owned by a new family, living across the way from the Framms-Sullivans, and the former puppies are seemingly ignored, in favour of Buddy and Molly's new litter of puppies, called the Buddies, who are in a state of perpetual youth, so that their adventures can be everlasting.
- It's unknown if the grandmother Josh talks to on the phone is the same one in Spikes Back.
- USA: Air Bud: World Pup VHS released on December 12, 2000.
- USA: Air Bud: World Pup DVD released on December 12, 2000.
- USA: Air Bud: World Pup: Special Edition DVD released on June 15, 2010.