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Politicians want World Cup re-run

European politicians approve a resolution urging Fifa to re-run the "illegal" bidding process for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

American Idol winner to sing Fox’s Women’s World Cup theme

In a case of extreme corporate synergy, Fox is really pullimg out the stops to promote June’s FIFA Women’s World Cup. On Wednesday, Fox had US Women’s National team stars Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach appear on American Idol to give American Idol hack host Ryan Seacrest a U.S. Show More Summary

Nike Uses 18 Recycled Plastic Bottles To Make Each New Uniform For The U.S. Women's Soccer Team

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

As anticipation builds toward the FIFA Women's World Cup, Nike revealed its latest kit for the the 2015 U.S. Women's National Team. The coolest part? Each kit is made using an average of 18 recycled bottles, Nike said: Each piece ofShow More Summary

'The Ugly Game': FIFA Under Pressure to Scrap Qatar Football World Cup

The highly controversial decision to award Qatar hosting rights to the 2022 FIFA football world cup is to be put under further scrutiny, with corruption allegations to be debated by European lawmakers, along with the release of a book claiming to contain damning evidence of malpractice within FIFA.

Preparation for 2018 World Cup in Russia Flawless - FIFA President

FIFA President Sepp Blatter said that every country encounters problems preparing to host an event as large as the World Cup championship, but in Russia the preparation is progressing flawlessly.

Putin Promises FIFA No Disappointment in World Football Cup

Vladimir Putin has promised the country will not disappoint FIFA or football lovers during the 2018 World Cup.

China Draws Hong Kong in 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

The 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Asia won’t feature the highest quality soccer on the planet, but there will be some interesting and potentially awkward matchups.

China Draws Hong Kong in 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

The 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Asia won’t feature the highest quality soccer on the planet, but there will be some interesting and potentially awkward matchups.

Martin Snedden Pursuing FIFA World Cup for New Zealand

It may be a long shot, but there is increasing talk of New Zealand launching a bid to host the FIFA World Cup in either 2026 or 2030. Dylan Cleaver of the New Zealand Herald revealed as much in an exclusive with Martin Snedden, in which...Show More Summary

Asia’s Draw for 2018 FIFA World Cup Looms

For Asian nations, the next step toward the 2018 World Cup is set for Tuesday evening in Kuala Lumpur.

MLS’s Montreal Impact advances to CONCACAF Champions League final

An MLS team that has won seven of the past 45 regular season matches is one step from qualifying for the FIFA Club World Cup. Believe it. Yes, against the run of play in league competition, the Montreal Impact continues to amaze in the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League. Despite a 4-2 defeat at Costa Rica’s […]

The Business Of The FIFA World Cup

The broadcasting fees to soccer's quadrennial tournament are worth $1 billion.

Felix Kroos: Toni Kroos' Brother Still Trying to Make It

Real Madrid's German central midfielder Toni Kroos, 25, is a FIFA World Cup and UEFA Champions League winner. Meanwhile, his little brother, Felix Kroos, 24, a German defensive midfielder, is barely holding on to his place as a Werder...Show More Summary

A Bunch of Senators Just Asked FIFA to Take the World Cup Away From Putin

Thirteen members of the U.S. Senate, led by Republican Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Democrat Bob Menendez of New Jersey, are urging soccer's world governing body, FIFA, to reconsider its decision to hold the 2018 World Cup in Russia....Show More Summary

End of the Ball Game?

FIFA, the International Federation of Footbal Association, has rejected a call by US senators to take 2018 World Cup from Russia.

FIFA Rejects US Senators’ Call to Take 2018 World Cup Away From Russia

World football’s governing body FIFA rejected on Thursday a call by a bipartisan group of 13 US senators to move the 2018 World Cup out of Russia.

Sports Briefing | Soccer: United States Senators Address FIFA

Thirteen United States senators asked FIFA in a letter to consider moving the 2018 World Cup because of what they called Russia’s “ongoing violations of the territorial integrity of Ukraine.”

U.S. senators ask FIFA to move 2018 World Cup out of Russia

A bipartisan group of 13 U.S. senators has called on FIFA President Sepp Blatter to move soccer’s 2018 World Cup out of Russia.

Italy vs. England: Tactical Review of International Friendly

England remained unbeaten post-2014 FIFA World Cup thanks to a second-half Andros Townsend bullet, rescuing a 1-1 draw in Turin against Italy. Graziano Pelle 's first goal for his country had given the Azzurri the lead in the opening...Show More Summary

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