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Live Your Goals tour reaches finish line

After a journey that has taken in every single qualifier set to line up in Canada, the FIFA Women's World Cup 2015™ Live Your Goals Tour has completed the final leg of its 23-country trek. continue reading »

England, Switzerland cruise as Spain edge Ukraine

England beat Lithuania 4-0 at Wembley, Switzerland cruised to a 3-0 victory against Estonia, Spain edged Ukraine 1-0 and Austria hammered Liechtenstein 5-0 in Friday's UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers. continue reading »

Kane: This is the best moment of my career

Harry Kane revelled in the "best moment" of his career after scoring just 80 seconds into his England debut in Friday's 4-0 win over Lithuania at Wembley.

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Oman, Japan bound for the beach

Oman and Japan booked their spots at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Portugal 2015 on Friday after winning their respective semi-finals at the 2015 AFC Beach Soccer Championship in Doha, Qatar.

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Kalmar looking for Iniesta inspiration

Hungary's Zsolt Kalmar speaks exclusively to FIFA.com about his role model Andres Iniesta, his own development with RB Leipzig and his hopes for the upcoming FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.

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Hughes extends Stoke contract to 2019

Mark Hughes has extended his contract as Stoke City manager until 2019, the English Premier League club announced Friday.

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Officiating seminar a success in Kuantan

The President of the Football Association of Malaysia, His Royal Heighness Prince Abdullah, has successfully organised a national seminar for the top referees and assistant referees in Kuantan. continue reading »

Humm: I always give my all on the pitch

With Switzerland set to take their first steps at the FIFA Women's World Cup, FC Zurich captain and striker Fabienne Humm tells FIFA.com how the Alpine nation has moved onwards and upwards in recent years. continue reading »

Marchisio injury blow for club and country

Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has suffered a serious right knee injury during Friday's training session with Italy and is expected to be sidelined for six months.

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71 days to go

Born in 1971, Kristine Lilly is the most capped player in FIFA Women's World Cup history, having played in 30 matches for USA across five competitions, including China PR 1991 and USA 1999 when the Stars and Stripes were crowned world champions. continue reading »

Vogts handed USA role

Jurgen Klinsmann has said that Berti Vogts will be "a tremendous asset" to USA after the former FIFA World Cup winner was named as a technical advisor. continue reading »

Determined Mexicans keeping feet on the sand

With the 2015 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship set to get under way, we look at the battle between the likes of favourites El Salvador and Mexico to make it to the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup. continue reading »

Football surface seminar highlights maintenance techniques

The National Organising Committee has organised a three-day working seminar that will ensure optimal playing conditions at the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015.  continue reading »

Okazaki and Honda get Halilhodzic off to a flier

Vahid Halilhodzic celebrated a 2-0 win over Tunisia in his first match as Japan coach, with substitutes Shinji Okazaki and Keisuke Honda getting the goals. continue reading »

Blind happy to accept greater responsibility

Daley Blind has admitted that he senses that his move to Manchester United has changed his status within the Dutch squad, but says he is happy with that added responsibility. continue reading »