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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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  • Busy day on campus as FAU comes to life

     
    Busy day at FAU Wednesday. It was move-in day, so the streets were clogged with cars packed to the gills with stuff and parents dropping off their offspring. Classes start next week, so there was late registration going on,......
  • Tebow's triumphant TD triggers $250,000 bonus, shatters Twitter record

     
    Tim Tebow had another reason to get down on one knee and give thanks after The Broncos??? wild playoff win over the Steelers on Sunday. His winning touchdown pass in overtime reportedly triggered a $250,000 bonus. According to ESPN, Tebow???s......
  • Tim Howard bends over backward to put World Cup effort in perspective

    Tim Howard bends over backward to put World Cup effort in perspective
    It took goalkeeper Tim Howard years to become an overnight sensation, so he wasn't overwhelmed by the effusive praise he received for his acrobatic performance Tuesday in the U.S. World Cup team's round-of-16 loss to Belgium. "I just keep my feet on the...
  • It's over for U.S. at World Cup, but America hopes it's just the start

    It's over for U.S. at World Cup, but America hopes it's just the start
    For the U.S. men's soccer team, the 2014 World Cup ended in sprawled exhaustion on the coast of Brazil. For others, it ended in the deathly quiet of a bar in the middle of Eagle Rock. For more than two hours on a steamy Tuesday afternoon, the patio...
  • State, region have caught World Cup fever

     State, region have caught World Cup fever
    America's sporting obsessions are reserved for prime time and/or weekends. Pro football, college football, NASCAR, the World Series of Poker. Oh, there are exceptions. Early-round NCAA basketball tournament games on Thursday and Friday afternoons....
  • U.S. women gearing up for World Cup vs. Guatemala

     U.S. women gearing up for World Cup vs. Guatemala
    This looked like a walkover. Team USA would stroll past regional competition it long has dominated on the way to qualifying for the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada, an exercise made even less strenuous when the region gained an additional spot for this...
  • ArtsQuest hopes to score again with Soccerfest: The sequel

    ArtsQuest hopes to score again with Soccerfest: The sequel
    Hoping to build on what it says were crowds totaling 52,000 who watched screenings of World Cup soccer matches at its SteelStacks campus last year, ArtsQuest says it hopes to hold similar showings for the Women’s World Cup from June 6 to July 5....
  • Tiger feels in swing of things again

    Tiger feels in swing of things again
    Apparently, he has been quite impressive swinging his leg and kicking a ball. "I play soccer with the kids," Tiger Woods said. "I felt great." Woods is obviously ready for the World Cup, backyard division. Is he ready for the Hero World Challenge at...
  • Mayo: Will 2015 be peachy keen?

    Happy New Year! If ever a year looked "meh" on paper, 2015 is it. No big elections, just endless talk about the 2016 election. No Olympics, just the Women's World Cup in Canada. And the two biggest celebrations on tap are Gov. Rick Scott's second...
  • A Boost For Tucker West's Career — And For The Old Backyard Luge Track

     A Boost For Tucker West's Career — And For The Old Backyard Luge Track
    RIDGEFIELD — The weather forecast was not good when Tucker West came home for Christmas. Not good for making ice on a luge track, anyway. Tucker and his dad, Brett, had been hoping for cold temperatures so they could use their backyard track....
  • In shunning L.A., USOC turns down a gold-medal performer

    In shunning L.A., USOC turns down a gold-medal performer
    The U.S. Olympic Committee could have taken a big step toward bringing home the 2024 Summer Games on Thursday by nominating a diverse entertainment capital with perfect weather, sparkling venues, past Olympic experience and a welcoming public. Instead,...