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Swede success for maiden champs

Sweden secured their first UEFA U-21 European Championship title with a penalty shootout victory in the final over Portugal as FIFA.com reviews the thrilling action from the Czech Republic with the finalists, Germany and Denmark all bound for Rio 2016.

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Leicester sack Pearson

Leicester City have sacked manager Nigel Pearson, despite their former captain keeping them in the English Premier League last season following a late revival that left them in 14th. continue reading »

TV audiences grow in World Cup quarter-finals

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 Canada™ is attracting larger television audiences in the knockout  stages as this weekend’s quarter-final clashes set fresh viewing records in Canada, France and the United States. continue reading »

Iwashimizu leading Japan’s defence from the front

A sometimes unheralded component for Japan, central defender Azusa Iwashimizu has been at the heart of the Nadeshiko's biggest triumphs in recent years and tells FIFA.com they still have more in the locker now. continue reading »

Marseille set to sign Dutch defender Rekik

Marseille have agreed a deal to sign Manchester City defender Karim Rekik, with the Dutchman's move just waiting on the results of a medical. continue reading »

Rojo: Di Maria is one of the best in the world

Marcos Rojo has hailed his Manchester United and Argentina team-mate Angel di Maria, who suffered a disappointing first season in the Premier League.

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Taylor: No ball is lost, no battle is lost

Jodie Taylor speaks to FIFA.com about consistently being overlooked by previous England managers, the faith Mark Sampson has shown in her, and England's mentality at Canada 2015.

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Allofs: Wolfsburg want to reward De Bruyne financially

Wolfsburg's director of sport Klaus Allofs has insisted Kevin De Bruyne will not leave and expressed his desire to improve the Belgium international's deal.

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Goals and glory the aim for Costa Rica’s Pacheco

Distance learning has been key for Greivin Pacheco, the Costa Rican currently studying in the States as he bids to be in tip-top condition for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. continue reading »

Hannover sign Klaus from Freiburg

Felix Klaus has departed Freiburg to join Hannover, whose sporting director has praised the young winger.

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Paraguay's Diaz out to prove Argentina wrong

Ramon Diaz was overlooked for the Argentina post when it was vacated following Brazil 2014. Now he is out to prove his homeland made a mistake by guiding Paraguay past them and into the Copa America decider.

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Win kick-off balls from the final four games in Canada!

While the final four nations push their abilities to the limit in the search for World Cup gold, test your own football skills with our Women’s World Cup Kick-Off Ball contests.

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Vargas brace sends Chile to final

Eduardo Vargas fired hosts Chile into the Copa America final with two goals against ten-man Peru. continue reading »

Beliveau: This is a positive era

With women's football continuing to grow and develop, Canada's coach at the 1995 FIFA Women's World Cup Sylvie Beliveau - a member of the FIFA Technical Study Group - gives an insight into the state of the game. continue reading »

Practice makes perfect for Vargas

Chile goal hero Eduardo Vargas revealed he had been practicing long-range shots after scoring a 30-yard screamer to fire La Roja into the Copa America final on Monday. continue reading »