Iran is the only country who doesn't allow women to watch sporting events in stadiums.
Extravagant handmade costumes can be found throughout the stands.
Mexico's soccer fans' use of a homophobic chant has once again drawn the ire of FIFA.
"We have not allowed, under any circumstances, [problems] to become justifications or excuses."
"According to Russian Laws, it is an administrative offense to transfer or resell without FIFA's consent."
Hands down, the World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world.
Russia's national side's new world ranking is its worst ever and the worst of all World Cup participants. Its first opponent will be the second lowest-ranked team.
"I think I would have held my own in the NFL, but I like being the biggest on the pitch so I'll stick to football," Akinfenwa tells Newsweek.
Qualification and play-off places are still on the line.
Blazer's revelations helped bring about the fall of Sepp Blatter.
A new study of plays during the 2014 World Cup games finds protocols for head injury assessment weren't followed at least 60 percent of the time.
The Nintendo Switch, despite its record-breaking numbers, is also still an unknown commodity somewhat marred by the Wii U's failure.
Qatari referees are replaced for an upcoming match between the United Arab Emirates and Thailand.
The contest proposed by Israel would be largely symbolic, but the idea keeps resurfacing.
The player market officially opens on June 9 and record numbers are expected to be spent.
'FIFA bashing has become a national sport,' says the FIFA president.
The midfielder moved from Juventus to Manchester United in August 2016.
The United States, Canada and Mexico want to co-host.
Forty-eight nations will compete at the tournament.
Canada, Mexico and the United States are planning a joint World Cup bid to "bring countries together."