Wodehouse meets "Wayne's World" as the unlikely Brit wits of "Men in Blazers" increase our love of soccer and improve our vocabulary
"It's a normal action, I tried to shadow him," defender Zuniga told reporters. "I was not thinking of hurting him. I was defending my country´s colors"
The United States' World Cup adventure in Brazil in four words: From Ghana to gone.
Television images showed part of a passenger bus crushed under the overpass and news website G1 said another two trucks and a vehicle were also smashed
With Israeli/Palestinian tensions high, Algeria's soccer team dives into international politics
This afternoon's match could very well set a weekday viewership record for American workers who suddenly recall that they have to pick up their children from a play date
"The truth is that my colleague Giorgio Chiellini suffered the physical result of a bite in the collision he suffered with me," Uruguay's star striker said
Minor scuffles broke out inside the stadium as Colombia beat Uruguay 2-0 to advance to the quarter-finals, though fighting intensified on the external concourse on Saturday
The winner of Group H will be determined later Thursday, but more than likely the U.S. will take on either Belgium or Algeria on Tuesday
In the same way radio revolutionized baseball's fan base, Twitter is transforming how people consume soccer.
Suarez was also suspended from any football-related activity for four months and fined 100,000 Swiss francs ($111,000)
The U.S. team arrived safely at the stadium, according to a video posted on its official Twitter page
Whether it is a source of salvation or one of heartbreak, there is something immensely appealing about stoppage time
The town where the attacks happened is in a state that's been devastated by attacks from Boko Haram
"He had tickets to go to the Brazil-Mexico game today," the police said in a statement
Inside Papaye, a Ghanaian restaurant along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, the mood was festive but restless
What does a Welsh footballer do when his team fails to make the World Cup
"They entered the video hall where we were watching a World Cup match and shot indiscriminately at us," a witness said
Brazil's victory against Croatia was error-strewn and uneven
In Brazil, which will also host the 2016 Olympics, protests and strikes have dominated the public mood