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Wambach: All I want to do is win

Abby Wambach speaks to FIFA.com about USA's latest final meeting with Japan, her feelings on starting as a substitute and the evolution of the national squad over recent years. continue reading »

Popp: Fourth place would be rubbish

Germany striker Alexandra Popp speaks to FIFA.com about her team's semi-final loss to USA and gives a frank assessment of what defeat would mean in the third-place play-off against England. continue reading »

Familiar foes primed for Vancouver rematch

Vancouver is all set for the final of the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015, with USA and Japan going head to head in their third major final of recent years. FIFA.com previews the action. continue reading »

Neighbours primed for ultimate test

The 2015 Copa America comes to a conclusion in Santiago on Saturday, with two of the pre-tournament favourites fighting it out for the trophy. continue reading »

Obi makes Torino switch

Torino have acquired Nigerian international Joel Obi from Inter Milan on a permanent transfer, the Turin outfit have announced. continue reading »

Beach Soccer: a quick guide to the key rules

Beach soccer is a funky, fascinating sport that is quite different to football and futsal. In preparation of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Portugal 2015, FIFA.com highlights a few of the game's key rules and regulations. continue reading »

Anelka takes on player-manager role in Mumbai

Nicolas Anelka has spoken of his excitement at taking on the job of player-manager at Indian Super League side Mumbai City FC. continue reading »

Transfer chains and early deals kick off window

With already three weeks of transfer toing and froing around many nations, there are plenty of deals to catch up on. FIFA.com dives into some of the biggest and most eye-catching deals of the transfer window so far. continue reading »

Germany seek solace, England eye prestige

Depending on a team's original ambitions, the Play-Off for Third Place can offer a chance to ease pain or clinch a historic victory, and Saturday's meeting between Germany and England is no exception. continue reading »

Lyon confirm signing of Guingamp star Beauvue

Claudio Beauvue whose 17 goals in France's Ligue 1 last season for Guingamp equalled the club record set by Didier Drogba in 2003 has signed a four year deal with Ligue 1 giants Lyon on Thursday for an initial €4.5m.

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FIFA announces shortlists for FIFA Women's World Cup 2015 awards

FIFA has today announced the shortlists for the adidas Golden Ball (8), adidas Golden Glove (3) and Hyundai Young Player (3) Awards. The respective lists have been submitted by the FIFA Technical Study Group (TSG). continue reading »

AC Milan land Adriano

AC Milan have signed Brazil striker Luiz Adriano from Shakhtar Donetsk, the Italian club have announced.

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Defiant England ready to refocus after semi anguish

It is hard to imagine there ever being a crueller end to a semi-final on the world stage than England’s last-gasp defeat against Japan in Edmonton.

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Three rising stars, one prestigious prize

Canada, Norway and China PR may have already bowed out of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, but the three countries have not yet given up hope of picking up some silverware at the tournament. continue reading »

Abraham makes Frankfurt move

Hoffenheim defender David Abraham has joined Eintracht Frankfurt on a three-year deal.

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