FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women's WCup FIFA is making a concession to women's football and will start funding business-class flights for some 2019 World Cup teams' travel to France FOX Sports 32 minutes ago Also reported by • USATODAY.com
Real Madrid Star Luka Modric Admits the World Cup Left Him Physically & Mentally Exhausted SI.com 1 hour ago
Indian Hockey Team Starts Training In Bhubaneswar
The 23-member Indian hockey team reached Bhubaneswar to join the month long national selection and trial camp in the run-up to Asian Champions Trophy and Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup.
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Fifa rules face scrutiny over Qatar
FT leisure industries correspondent Roger Blitz and head of Lex Robert Armstrong discuss the fallout for football's governing body Fifa after further details arise alleging bribes connected to the..
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Brazil wins opening game of World Cup
Fans react to the opening game of the World Cup.
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German doctors say Kremlin critic likely poisoned
A Kremlin critic linked to Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot probably was poisoned, his German doctors say. Pyotr Verzilov was flown to Berlin at the weekend after falling ill in Moscow. Lucy..
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Tottenham want Balde According to reports in Italy, Tottenham Hotspur are still interested in signing Keita Balde. The 23 year old forward, who featured for Senegal at the 2018 FIFA World Cup this summer, has been turning.. SoccerNews.com 3 hours ago
Stock up, stock down for USWNT as World Cup qualifying looms With the Concacaf Women's Championship just around the corner, Goal takes a look at some of the names making waves Goal.com 3 hours ago Belgium and World Cup winners France make FIFA Ranking history After victories over Scotland and Iceland, Roberto Martinez's men have joined the world champions at the head of the list Goal.com 5 hours ago
Sluggish Tottenham under scrutiny after 3 straight losses Tottenham had more players in the World Cup semifinals than any other team. It also was the only Premier League club to not sign anyone in the European transfer window. As Mauricio Pochettino’s.. Seattle Times 5 hours ago