U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati says his group has not made a decision regarding a bid for the 2026 World Cup and has certainly not offered to share that tournament with Mexico, contradicting reports from last week’s FIFA Congress in Mexico City. In an online story, ESPN wrote that...
US The United States of America and Mexico are considering a joint bid for the 2026 World Cup, ESPN report. FIFA haven’t entertained joint bids for the competition since South Korea and Japan co-hosted in 2002 but new president Gianni Infantino is not only open to the idea, he’s encouraging it. Understood to be friends with […]
The United States and Mexico are reportedly poised to propose a joint bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. As reported by Vivek Chaudhary of ESPN FC, it's been stated the project has already earned support from FIFA President Gianni Infantino. Show More Summary
FIFA President Gianni Infantino welcomed on Friday the preparatory work that Russia and Qatar have done as the host countries of the next two FIFA World Cup football championships.
A Chinese Cup soccer game devolved into a mass brawl after the losing team turned violent against its opponents, in an incident that takes some of the shine off President Xi Jinping’s “soccer dream.”
The president of the Italian Football Federation has backed Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri to lead Italy to World Cup glory in the future. Carlo Tavecchio believes his fellow Italian Ranieri is capable of making the nationalShow More Summary
Hope Solo was right there at the White House Correspondents dinner, yukking it up as she watched the President who dissed her last year. You may recall, the Prez invited Hope's team, which won the World Cup in 2015, for a reception. During the…
[“Cups” playing as Obama walks up. Audience can hear “You are going to miss me when I’m gone..”] You can’t say it, but you know it is true. Good evening everybody. It is an honor to be here at my last, and perhaps the last White House correspondents’ dinner. You all look great. The end of the […]
Two-year-old Prince George slipped into his most baller robe to press the flesh with President Obama. Typical state dinner... but with sippy cups.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino says a new independent committee will monitor working conditions at Qatar's World Cup venues.
The Philadelphia Flyers have been in this position before. It's not one that engenders a lot of confidence, but it is one that they have succeeded from in the past. The Flyers are trailing the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals 3-1, with their only win coming in the fourth game of the series. Show More Summary
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Tuesday that testing is to begin on video technology that could be ready to use at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Speaking during a visit to Moscow to check on preparations for the 2018 soccer showpiece, Infantino also said the hard graft “starts […]
Vladimir Putin will with FIFA President Gianni Infantino in Moscow to discuss preparations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The first round of the playoffs has approached or reached its midway point, and while the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals are playing to expectations, the rest of the Stanley Cup schedule is being played with snarl, nastiness and a high degree of competitiveness. The competitive fire in the Western Conference has been white-hot. Show More Summary
FIFA President Gianni Infantino was impressed with Russia’s preparations for the 2018 World Cup, stating that everything is going according to the plan.
The president of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) is impressed with the transformation of Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, which will serve as the opening and closing venue at the 2018 World Cup, the FIFA Media department said Tuesday.
What World Cup? The big event in Brazil this the Congressional vote that could doom President Dilma Rousseff.
FIFA Newly Elected President Gianni Infantino will visit Russia and Qatar, the host countries of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup respectively, on April 19-22, as it was announced by FIFA authorities on Friday.
Stricker says he's shocked and humbled by being asked to lead U.S. team.
Your browser does not support iframes. The two captains who will face off in the 2017 Presidents Cup were announced Tuesday, with Nick Price getting a third run as the International leader and Steve Stricker taking over as the U.S. captain from Jay Haas. Haas led the U.S. Show More Summary