Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is on schedule for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and will provide full comfort and security for guests and participants alike.
2018 FIFA World Cup preliminary draw live! Per FIFA.com: From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, a total of 208 nations have signed up to participate in the campaign. Russia qualify automatically as hosts and will therefore not be involved in the Preliminary Draw. Show More Summary
In a few hours, Sepp Blatter (last seen getting a money shower) will kick off the 2018 World Cup drawing at St Petersburg as 141 countries find out who they face in their group. The 2018 World Cup is struggling to attract new sponsors in the wake of the FIFA corruption scandal. The FBI is […]
The draw for the preliminary qualifying rounds of the 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place live from St Petersburg, Russia on US television and Internet. The draw will determine the qualifying rounds for confederations around the world, including UEFA … Continue reading ?
Watch the 2018 World Cup preliminary draw live stream free from the Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia, to see how FIFA will group the different teams participating in the biggest football event in the world. Five of the six...Show More Summary
European teams should "force the issue" of boycotting the 2018 World Cup in Russia, says former FA chairman Lord Triesman.
Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with legendary soccer commentator Seamus Malin. Malin, who announced World Cup, USA and Cosmos games across networks including ABC, ESPN, CBS and others from the 1970s to … Continue reading ?
Head coach Mark Sampson wants to follow up England's bronze medal at the Women's World Cup with the Euro 2017 title.
Coach Gordon Strachan believes Scotland are due a "favourable" draw in Saturday's World Cup qualifying draw.
Russia 2018 World Cup Organization Committee head Alexei Sorokin thinks that FIFA's resigning President Joseph Blatter is a victim of the FIFA corruption process.
"American Idol" winner Nick Fradiani has released the official video of his winning single "Beautiful Life" on YouTube. The song was the official theme of FOX's coverage of the women's world cup. Watch the video here:
The draws for the qualifying stages of the 2018 World Cup take place on Saturday afternoon in St Petersburg, with 141 countries set to discover the exact nature of their route to the tournament in Russia. The draws for Europe, Africa,...Show More Summary
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — The FIFA corruption crisis is hurting its search for new World Cup sponsors. Targeting almost $6 billion in revenue from the 2018 tournament, FIFA has not signed any new sponsors since last year's World Cup in Brazil. Show More Summary
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is "a victim", according to the man in charge of the Russia 2018 World Cup.
From Comic-Con San Diego to Comic-Con Shanghai, devoted fans spend late nights sewing fabric, styling wigs, and practicing poses to better imitate their favorite characters in public. Cosplay, the art and craft of dressing up like a fictional persona, is a global hobby. Anyone can cosplay. But for the most dedicated [...]
I've been enjoying an exchange over at Twitter with Ben Harder, @benharder, chief of health analysis at US News and World Report. As he notes, "We publish data, rankings & tools to help consumers choose hospitals, doctors, health plans & more."In previous posts, I've expressed major reservations about the methodology used by the magazine. Show More Summary
Ex-Manchester United and Uruguay striker Diego Forlan believes Wales can reach the 2018 World Cup finals ahead of Saturday's draw.
Pedro Rodriguez appears to have reached a crossroads in his career at Barcelona. Still only 27 years of age, this World Cup winner is being courted by Manchester United, according to Liam Prenderville of the Daily Mirror. The report quotes Pedro's team mate Sergio Busquets as stating: Yes, I have spoken to him but I won't tell you what he said. Show More Summary
BBC Sport looks back at the draw for the 1982 World Cup, which suffered from a number of mishaps and technical problems.
Stripping Russia of the 2018 World Cup would exacerbate the Ukraine crisis, warns a former British ambassador to the 2018 hosts.