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Chelsea's South Korean star eyes World Cup success

Korea Republic star Ji Soyun, who has been starring for Chelsea Ladies in the English top flight, speaks to FIFA.com about her determination to shine at the FIFA Women's World Cup. continue reading »

Familiar names reign in Europe, Japan’s new season blossoms

FIFA.com takes a look at the latest women’s club football news where spring has brought a new season in Japan, while a familiar quartet won their way into the UEFA Women’s Champions League last-four.

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Colombia beat Kuwait, Falcao equals scoring record

Radamel Falcao's disappointing season took on a slightly brighter hue as his second-half penalty in Monday's 3-1 win over Kuwait saw him move alongside Arnoldo Iguaran as Colombia's all-time joint top scorer with 24 goals.

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Hodgson: Kane deserves to start

Harry Kane will make his first England start in Tuesday's glamour friendly with Italy - an opportunity manager Roy Hodgson believes the striker fully deserves.

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CAS confirms lifetime ban on Vernon Manilal Fernando

CAS has fully confirmed the sanction imposed by the FIFA Appeal Committee which saw Vernon Manilal Fernando sanctioned with a lifetime ban from taking part in any kind of football-related activity at national and international level.

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Women’s round-up: March 2015

In a month that has seen France named as the host nation of the Women’s World Cup in 2019, there have also been developments aplenty on the club scene. continue reading »

Oman crowned Asia’s sand kings

Oman pulled off one of the biggest shocks in the history of Asian beach soccer in the Qatari capital of Doha on Saturday, beating Japan on penalties to win the Asian title for the first time ever. continue reading »

68 days to go

In 1991, Brazilian referee Claudia Vasconcelos became the first woman to officiate a match in a FIFA competition when she took charge of the match for third place between Sweden and Germany at the inaugural FIFA Women's World Cup in China PR, which ended 4-0 in the Scandinavians’ favour. continue reading »

Mata: I'm as excited as ever to represent Spain

Juan Mata has expressed his desire to return to the Spain fold and discussed being named Manchester United's player of the month for March. continue reading »

Beauty from the Bronx

Every Monday, FIFA.com delivers you a football-related photo you won't be able to resist paying a second glance to. This week's shows off one of the world's most iconic sports stadiums. continue reading »

Niguez back in Atleti training

Atletico Madrid have received good news with Saul Niguez back in training after a month-long injury absence, following a "trauma in his left kidney".

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Zidane: I would like to coach Real and France

Zinedine Zidane has discussed his desire to occupy the Real Madrid and France hot-seats, though insisted he is in no rush to do so. continue reading »

Loren praises Moyes contribution

Real Sociedad sporting director Loren has praised the work done by coach David Moyes since taking over the Spanish La Liga outfit in November.

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Rooney: England have fear factor again

England have regained the fear factor following a run of "aggressive" wins since the FIFA World Cup last summer, skipper Wayne Rooney has said.

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Firmino: My dissatisfaction is my biggest motivation

We asked Roberto Firmino how it feels to take to the pitch for his country, how he views his role within the team and how his move to Germany helped him to realise his dreams of playing for the five-time world champions. continue reading »