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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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  • Klinsmann looks to old guard to take on 'mentor' roles

    BOCA RATON Florida (Reuters) - United States coach Juergen Klinsmann welcomes back his key World Cup starters for Tuesday's friendly against Honduras and hopes they take on ‘mentor' roles with new faces in his squad. Klinsmann fielded...
  • Vettori named in New Zealand squad for Scotland game

    WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All-rounder Daniel Vettori has raised hopes of a full return to international cricket after being named in a 12-man squad for New Zealand's one-dayer against Scotland on Wednesday. The 35-year-old had surgery on his left Achilles...
  • U.S. wins its first women's volleyball world championship title

    U.S. wins its first women's volleyball world championship title
    Kimberly Hill led the United States to its first major women's volleyball title, scoring 20 points in a 3-1 victory over China on Sunday in the world championships. Hill had the final kill, and captain Christa Dietzen added 15 points in the Americans'...
  • Portugal boosted as Santos cleared for touchline duty

    (Reuters) - Portugal have received a boost ahead of Tuesday's Euro 2016 qualifier in Denmark after the Court of Arbitration for Sport cleared new boss Fernando Santos to take his place on the touchline despite an eight-match ban. Santos, appointed...
  • Donovan Grateful For Rentschler Reception

    EAST HARTFORD — After 40 minutes of soccer, a shot off the post and a setup pass reminiscent of some of his greatest plays, Landon Donovan walked off Rentschler Field. His career with the national team was done. And an era of American soccer was...
  • Schuster added to list of potential Ghana coaches

    ACCRA (Reuters) - Former Real Madrid manager Bernd Schuster has been added to a short list of coaches to take over at the helm of Ghana's national team after ex-Dutch international Patrick Kluivert pulled out of the process, the Ghana Football Association...
  • Suarez nets first Uruguay goals since biting ban

    (Reuters) - Luis Suarez scored his first Uruguay goals since the World Cup finals and his biting ban in a 3-0 friendly win over Oman on Monday. Suarez took his international tally to 43 with strikes in the 57th and 66th minutes and substitute Jonathan...
  • Chile consider high altitude venue for World Cup qualifiers

    SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile are looking at holding World Cup qualifiers 2,275 metres above sea level in the northern city of Calama to give them an advantage over their top South American rivals. Coach Jorge Sampaoli revealed the plan to profit from the...
  • Belarus coach Kondratyev steps down

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Georgy Kondratyev has left his position as head coach of the Belarus national team after failing to improve their fortunes, the Belarus Football Federation said on Monday. The 54-year-old, whose contract was terminated by mutual...
  • Wales dreaming after unbeaten start to Euro campaign continues

    (Reuters) - Wales continued their unbeaten start to the Euro 2016 campaign as a nervy 2-1 triumph over Cyprus, after they had been reduced to 10 men, bolstered the nation's dream of qualifying for a major championship finals for only the second time. Two...
  • Platini's Euro revolution inspires shocks and complacency

    LONDON (Reuters) - When Michel Platini revamped the European Championship, turning the finals from a tough, lean 16-team tournament in 2012 into a flabby, 'roll up, anybody's welcome' 24-side affair in 2016, it was not surprising he ran into a blizzard of...