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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

Top FIFA World Cup Articles

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  • 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...
  • 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?"...
  • Pistons' Meeks says he wants to be an Olympian

    Jodie Meeks was happy for Detroit Pistons teammate Andre Drummond and the U.S. for winning the FIBA World Cup championship with a resounding victory over Serbia on Sunday in Madrid. It's something he'd like to be part of, eventually. The Pistons' new...
  • Downtown vigil planned for couple held in Qatar since daughter died

    Downtown vigil planned for couple held in Qatar since daughter died
    Friends and family of a San Gabriel Valley couple confined in Qatar after the death of their adopted daughter will stage a candlelight vigil Thursday to bring attention to a case that has dragged on for 20 months. Matt and Grace Huang, who live in...
  • Koeman eyes Rodriguez return after quick recovery

    SOUTHAMPTON England (Reuters) - Injured England striker Jay Rodriguez is recovering quicker than expected and could be terrorising Premier League defences again in the next few months, his Southampton manager Ronald Koeman told reporters on Thursday. The...
  • No excuses, Japan must produce at World Cup, says Jones

    (Reuters) - If Japan do not reach the rugby World Cup quarter-finals next year it will not be because the players are too small or are being held back by "farmers' mentality", coach Eddie Jones said on Thursday. It will be down to a failure of the 'Japan...
  • Ailene Voisin: Cousins returns to Sacramento with more than World Cup gold medal

    DeMarcus Cousins left Spain with a ton of baggage. Not the old baggage, new baggage. His luggage was stuffed with a FIBA World Cup gold medal, a sampling of souvenirs, a Team USA jersey to be forever cherished, and gentle reminders from USA Basketball...
  • FIFA rankings continue to make dismal reading for Asia

    BERNE (Reuters) - The FIFA rankings continued to make dismal reading for Asia with only two teams, Iran and Japan, in the top 50 of September's list which was published on Thursday. Iran, Asia's top-ranked team were a modest 44th, while Japan were...
  • Serbia beat France to join U.S. in basketball World Cup final

    MADRID (Reuters) - Serbia continued their remarkable run in the basketball World Cup knockout rounds after a 90-85 win over European champions France on Friday steered them into Sunday's final against holders United States. The Serbs, who have secured...
  • Serbia beats France, will play U.S. for World Cup basketball title

    Milos Teodosic scored 24 points and Serbia reached the championship game of the Basketball World Cup by beating France, 90-85, on Friday night. The Serbians will face the defending champion and unbeaten U.S. on Sunday. Teodosic helped Serbia lead by...
  • Paxson praises Rose, despite shooting slump

    Paxson praises Rose, despite shooting slump
    Bulls top basketball executive John Paxson said he has been pleased with Derrick Rose’s play at the FIBA World Cup in Spain for Team USA despite the guard’s shooting woes. “You’ve seen bursts of him where he’s very quick...