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FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be played June 12 through July 13 in Brazil. The tournament features 32 teams at 12 venues in nine host cities. Spain won the 2010 World Cup, its first, and Italy won the 2006 cup, the country's fourth title. Full Coverage.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be played June 12 through July 13 in Brazil. The tournament features 32 teams at 12 venues in nine host cities. Spain won the 2010 World Cup, its first, and Italy won the 2006 cup, the country's fourth title. Full Coverage. « Show less

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  • Ronaldo treble as Real hit eight, Atletico held

    MADRID (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo netted his 27th career hat-trick and Gareth Bale struck twice as Real Madrid bounced back in style from consecutive defeats with a thumping 8-2 La Liga win at Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday.
  • English clubs agree compensation in World Cup dispute

    LONDON (Reuters) - English Premiership rugby clubs on Friday settled a dispute over lost revenue during next year's World Cup with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) for a reported compensation package worth 13 million pounds. The clubs were concerned by...

    New league will lift Indian football, says Del Piero

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Alessandro Del Piero's two-year Sydney FC stint helped raise A-League's profile and the former Juventus great is confident of making a similar impact as the face of the Indian Super League (ISL), which kicks off next month. After 19...

    FIFA ethics judge promises secrecy in World Cup probe

    ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert, responsible for deciding whether there was corruption in the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, said only four people have seen the report following an investigation into the...

    Don't make Ozil a scapegoat, warns Arsenal boss

    LONDON (Reuters) - Record signing Mesut Ozil must not become a 'scapegoat' for Arsenal's unconvincing early season performances and defeat in their opening Champions League group game, manager Arsene Wenger said on Friday. "Why should he be a scapegoat?"...