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U.S. Headed to Women's World Cup Final
It has been 16 years since the Americans have won the title.
Why Team USA Can’t Score, and Why It Might Not Matter
Winning the World Cup May Be a Zero-Sum Game for the U.S. Women
Football Legend Diego Maradona to Reportedly Run for FIFA President
The Argentine former striker told his friend and journalist to spread the news.
No Joke: FIFA's Communications Director Resigns
Walter De Gregorio's decision came after he publicly made a joke about the ongoing FIFA scandal.
FIFA Suspect Turns Himself In to Italian Police
Alejandro Burzaco arrived at a local police station in northern Italy, where he rented a house.
John Oliver Drinks a Bud Light Lime for FIFA Promise
To celebrate Blatter’s resignation, the TV host swigged Bud Light Lime and gorged on McDonald’s.
Report: Morocco, Not South Africa, Won the 2010 World Cup Bid
A British newspaper revealed secret tapes that allege Morocco won the contest to host the tournament.
FIFA Paid Millions to Ireland to Avoid Legal Action Over 2010 World Cup
FIFA reportedly gave the Federal Association of Ireland $7.3 million.
Ex-FIFA VP Jack Warner Threatens to Spill 'Avalanche' of Documents
Warner said he has handed over a detailed series of documents to a third party.
Ex-FIFA Official Chuck Blazer Admits Accepting Bribes
Chuck Blazer has admitted to accepting bribes for at least two World Cups.
We Have Not Seen the End of Blatter’s Influence at FIFA
A careful scrutiny of the words the outgoing president used reveals a wily old fox up to his old tricks.
Can Football Recover From Sepp Blatter?
FIFA finally shows some Blatter control, but can it root out corruption?
Pele's Plea: 'Stop the War' in Soccer
"What happened with the corruption, this is not my problem."
Qatar Minister Says There Is No Way Country Will Lose 2022 World Cup
"I believe it is because of prejudice and racism that we have this bashing campaign against Qatar."
South Africa Confirms $10 Million Payment to FIFA
South Africa's sports minister said the money was for a soccer center.
Interpol Issues 'Red Notice' for Six Former FIFA Officials
The police organization added the men to its most wanted list.
Why Putin Leapt to FIFA’s Defense
Is he anxious Moscow will lose the 2018 World Cup? Or does he suspect the long arm of America’s law?
Sepp Blatter Resigns as FIFA President; Challenger Prince Ali Will Reportedly Try for Position
Blatter was re-elected less than a week ago, beating out Prince Ali of Jordan for the position.
FIFA Can Still Save Itself: Release the Garcia Report
What’s in the report on corruption that FIFA won’t release to the public?
FIFA Corruption Scandal Fallout: By the Numbers
Soccer games may often end with single-digit scores, but the numbers in the recent FIFA corruption scandal are anything but low.
FIFA's Blatter Defiant in Face of Corruption Probe
Implies that the U.S. timed the announcement of a major investigation to try to upset his re-election bid.
FIFA Suspects Seeking Bail Due to Health Reasons
The men in question are facing extradition to the United States following their arrest.
U.S. Sports Exec Pleads Not Guilty in FIFA Case
Aaron Davidson is accused of arranging millions of dollars to secure lucrative media and marketing rights for soccer matches.
Palestine Drops Motion to Suspend Israel from FIFA
"I decided to drop the suspension but it does not mean that I give up the resistance," PFA president Jibril Rajoub said.
Who Is Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, Sepp Blatter's FIFA Presidential Challenger?
Unlike Blatter, Prince Ali plans to serve only one term if he is elected.
Sepp Blatter: FIFA's Reputation 'Can't Be Dragged Through the Mud'
FIFA delegates are voting for their next president amid corruption charges within the organization.
Women Are in the Game for 'FIFA 16'
The newest version of the video game will feature female soccer players for the first time.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter Rejects Plea to Resign
Michel Platini, Head of UEFA, Europe's soccer confederation, said he had told Blatter to go but the 79-year-old had refused.
FIFA Sponsors Face Calls to 'Speak Out' Ahead of Association's Presidential Election
Anti-corruption campaigners put pressure on Fifa's corporate partners as Visa says it could 'reassess' sponsorship.
Vladimir Putin Accuses U.S. of Trying to Take Russia's World Cup
The Russian president said it's "odd" that the United States investigated FIFA.