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Hunt on for CONCACAF crown

The powers of the CONCACAF region are set to face off across almost three weeks of action in USA and Canada, with reigning champions USA the side to beat as Mexico and Costa Rica make up the tournament's front-runners. continue reading »

The Beach Soccer World Cup in numbers

Portugal 2015 will be the eighth edition of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. Accordingly, FIFA.com has picked out eight numbers from the tournament's history books ahead of the big kick-off on 9 July. continue reading »

Klose: Never say never on Germany comeback

Lazio forward Miroslav Klose has left the door open to a possible Germany return and said that he expects Thomas Muller to break his FIFA World Cup scoring record. continue reading »

Guinea ensure unhappy homecoming for Liberia

Liberia were eliminated from the 2016 African Nations Championship qualifiers on their return to Monrovia, while there were also wins for Mali and South Africa. continue reading »

Belchior: It’s a dream come true

Portugal wing Belchior told FIFA.com of his excitement ahead of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Portugal 2015 and the challenge awaiting the host nation.  continue reading »

Handshake for Peace, for friendship and for solidarity

The FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015™ and FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™ provided strong platforms for communicating the Handshake for Peace message to fans the world over.

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US savour perfect 4th of July after-party

After a four-year wait, USA made amends in spectacular style against their conquerors from 2011. Small wonder then that they celebrated with such passion after being crowned champions at Canada 2015. continue reading »

Lloyd: It’s a historic performance

Carli Lloyd, USA's heroine in the FIFA Women's World Cup final, spoke to ​FIFA.com ​after her quickfire hat-trick helped her country to a stunning victory, and saw her end up with the adidas Golden Ball and adidas Silver Boot.

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Lloyd, Solo and Sasic lead the way

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 has reached its conclusion, with USA lifting their third world title and their inspirational No10 Carli Lloyd topping the list of individual award winners.  continue reading »

Solo: The greatest moment of my career

Four years ago at Germany 2011, Hope Solo left the pitch after the Final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup with the adidas Golden Glove trophy in her hand and a medal around her neck. continue reading »

Gremio, Atletico Mineiro leapfrog Recife

Gremio and Atletico Mineiro moved top with 3-1 wins over Santos and Internacional respectively, while erstwhile leaders Recife needed a late penalty to salvage a draw with Avai. continue reading »

Pride and pain for dethroned queens

Japan goalscorer Yuki Ogimi and coach Norio Sasaki have been reacting to their 5-2 Final defeat to USA and reflecting on the tournament as a whole. continue reading »

Buchanan receives Hyundai Young Player Award

Kadeisha Buchanan has been given the Hyundai Young Player Award of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015. She becomes the second recipient of the prestigious award, following in the footsteps of Australia’s Caitlin Foord, who earned the accolade at Germany 2011

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Obama leads praise for US heroines

Barack Obama, Tiger Woods and Beyonce were just a few of the personalities who took to Twitter to lavish praise on USA's FIFA Women's World Cup winners. continue reading »

Sasic: I would change this award for team success

Though disappointed with defeat against England in the Match for Third Place, Golden Boot winner Celia Sasic spoke with FIFA.com before departing Canada about her views on the tournament, Germany’s performances and claiming her place among the goalscoring greats.

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