NEW YORK (AP) — Defending champion Spain will prepare for the World Cup in the United States along with Greece, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and Honduras. Soccer United Marketing, an affiliate of Major League Soccer, says it will organize
Less than 10 percent of ticket requests will be filled in FIFA’s second phase of allocations for the World Cup. FIFA says it has received 3.5 million ticket requests in the second phase and that 80 percent of the
Group A: Brazil, Cameroon, Mexico, Croatia Group B: Spain, Chile, Australia, Netherlands Group C: Colombia, Ivory Coast, Japan, Greece Group D: Uruguay, Italy, Costa Rica, England Group E: Switzerland, Ecuador, Honduras, France Group F: Argentina, Nigeria, Iran, Bosnia-Herzegovina Group
The allocation of pots for the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 Final Draw were determined today with the United States Men’s National Team placed into Pot Three.
A crane collapsed on Wednesday at the construction site of a future World Cup soccer stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, killing at least three people and causing damage to the structure, local media said.
Two years and 159 days after the opening whistle of qualifying, the 2014 World Cup field is set.
FIFA says nearly 900,000 tickets have been allocated to fans from 188 countries in the random selection draw for the 2014 World Cup, the highest number ever in the first phase of sales.
Luis Suarez believes a ‘happy’ return to the Liverpool squad will help him propel Uruguay into next year’s World Cup.
The 185 matches played in the past month have certainly left their mark on the current edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.