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Iceland celebrates after team qualify for 2018 football World Cup in Russia
Icelandic football fans join in the traditional chant with players after the national football team qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia
World Cup 2018: What we can expect to see, and what we won’t
The World Cup firsts, familiar faces and unlikely occurrences we can expect at Russia 2018
Iceland make football World Cup history
Tiny Iceland, population 330,000, has made sporting history by becoming the smallest nation ever to qualify for the football World Cup.
Ireland end Welsh World Cup hopes
Ireland clinch a place in the World Cup playoffs at Wales' expense
Egyptians celebrate the country's first World Cup qualification in 28 years
Egyptians all over the world celebrated The Pharaohs’ long-awaited World Cup qualification
Three South American nations in joint bid for World Cup 2030
Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay have formally launched South America’s three-nation bid to host the 2030 World Cup and said Argentina would likely host the majority of the tournament’s stadiums.
War-ravaged Syria has just made the World Cup play-offs
War-torn Syria has defied the odds and clinched a spot in the World Cup play-offs.
FIFA World Cup Trophy goes on tour
The iconic FIFA World Cup Trophy is set to begin its longest ever national tour. With kick-off less than a year away, host nation Russia will take
Disgraced ex-FIFA executive Chuck Blazer dies
The football administrator's disclosures sparked investigations that eventually toppled FIFA boss Sepp Blatter.
FIFA corruption report: what does it tell us?
The Garcia report uncovers a murky world of expectation and entitlement.
Saudi Arabia apologises after players snub minute's silence
Saudi Arabia’s football association has apologised after its players appeared to snub a minute’s silence for the victims of the London attacks during
Video referees to be used at Russia 2018
The 2018 World Cup in Russia will feature video referees, FIFA President Gianni Infantino has announced
US, Mexico, Canada announce joint bid for World Cup 2026
In a rare show of unity, the US, Mexico and Canada have announced a joint bid to stage the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Messi banned for four international matches
Argentina forward Lionel Messi has been banned from the Albiceleste’s next four competitive internationals for swearing at a match official in Thursday’s 1-0 win over Chile The decision means the 29-y
André Schürrle brace sees Germany thrash Azerbaijan
André Schürrle scored twice as Germany beat Azerbaijan 4-1 in their World Cup qualifier.
Holland sack coach Danny Blind
The Netherlands have sacked their coach Danny Blind less than 24 hours after the team slumped to a 2-0 defeat in Bulgaria in their World Cup qualifiers.
Russia 2018 - Ronaldo fires Portugal past Hungary; Lukaku's late late show saves Belgian blushes
France survived a scare in the World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg to maintain their march towards Russia.
Germany and England pursue unbeaten path to Russia 2018
Germany and England are both expected to ring several changes for their World Cup qualifiers because of injuries
Russian lawmaker proposes to legalise football hooliganism
A leading politician in Russia's legislative assembly has proposed turning behaviour which has plagued football in Europe into a sport of its own
Russia to trial fan ID ahead of football World Cup
Russia is to try fan ID at the 2017 Confederations cup ahead of hosting the World Cup the following year.
Former FIFA official Valcke to appeal ban from football
The Former secretary general of football’s world governing body Fifa is to appeal his ten-year ban from all football-related activities.
How will the new World Cup work?
Fifa delegates have given the go-ahead to allow 48 teams to play in the World Cup.
FIFA votes to expand World Cup to 48 teams
FIFA has rubber-stamped plans to expand the World Cup to 48 teams, brushing aside concerns that enlargement could lower standards.
Southgate appointed England manager on permanent basis
Gareth Southgate has been handed the England manager’s role on a permanent basis and will lead the Three Lions through qualifying for the 2018 World Cup and the European Championship two years…
Klinsmann sacked as US coach
Juergen Klinsmann has been sacked as coach of the US national football team.
Argentina looking to bounce back from slump against Colombia
Argentina’s national football team appears to be in crisis mode.