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U.S. Women Advance To World Cup QuarterfinalAmericans labor through the first knockout round, overcoming bad blood and missed opportunities to advance to face China on Friday.
Ex-FIFA Vice President: 'Not Even Death Will Stop The Avalanche That Is Coming'Former FIFA vice president Jack Warner made a televised address in Trinidad on Wednesday night, saying he will prove a link between soccer's governing body and his nation's elections in 2010.
Best Bars to Watch the Women's World Cup in D.C.When the Men's World Cup came around last year, D.C. went crazy. The city might not go as crazy for the Women's World Cup, but if you are a fan there are a number of places for you to watch with your friends.
Putin: US Charges Against FIFA Part Of Attempt To Take World Cup Away From RussiaRussian President Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. of meddling in FIFA's affairs and hinted that it was part of an attempt to take away the World Cup from his country.
Several FIFA Officials Arrested After DOJ Hands Down Corruption ChargesNine officials from world soccer's governing body were among 14 people indicted Wednesday in the United States on charges of involvement in a "24-year scheme to enrich themselves through the corruption of international soccer," according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Soccer Writer: 'It Would Be Nice If Somebody Else Hosted The World Cup' Instead Of Russia In 2018The next World Cup is already mired in controversy.
5 Things You Missed At The 2014 World Cup In Brazil: Finals WeekGermany won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But that's only one of the stories. Here are 5 things you may have missed from finals week.
Brazil Fans Start Obscene Chant Toward Female President During World Cup Loss
5 Things You Missed At The 2014 World Cup In Brazil: Week 5The 2014 World Cup is down to four teams. But plenty of stories are still swirling around. Here are five things you missed.
Study: World Cup Teams That Forbade Players From Having Sex Didn't Advance Past Round of 16A study says that all World Cup teams that imposed a ban on sex failed to make it to the elimination round of the event.
Obsessed With Stats: Is World Cup's Player-Tracking Tech the Future of Sports?American sports fans have an ever-growing obsession with statistics. Just look at the sabermetrics exemplified by the movie Moneyball, or the precise planning that goes into fantasy league rosters.
Tim Howard Says He Was Randomly Drug-Tested Following 16-Save Performance Against BelgiumU.S. goalie Tim Howard received a drug test following his incredible 16-save performance in the loss to Belgium.
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