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/ 32 days ago

FIFA to visit USA, Mexico for 2027 Women's World Cup bid

In February, FIFA is visiting each nation to submit a bid for the 2027 Women's World Cup, including the United States and Mexico. The two North American nations are combining in a joint bid to host the top international women's soccer competition. They will compete against two other bids to host the prestigious event in […]


/ 81 days ago

Bournemouth's American owner targets European qualification

Bournemouth owner Bill Foley has proclaimed that he expects his club to be in European qualification within five years. The Cherries have never featured in a competition such as the Champions League or Europa League in their history. They only just played their first-ever Premier League campaign eight years ago. The American businessman previously purchased […]


/ 121 days ago

UEFA partners with Ballon d'Or in latest battle with FIFA

The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced an official partnership with organizers of the Ballon d'Or awards. The governing body of the sport in Europe announced the agreement just days after the most recent ceremony. Lionel Messi edged out Manchester City striker Erling Haaland for the men's awards. Aitana Bonmatí, on the other […]


/ 147 days ago

Sepp Blatter calls multi-continental 2030 World Cup absurd

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter delivered fiery remarks about the idea of putting the 2030 World Cup in six different countries. Speaking to Swiss newspaper SonntagsBlick the disgraced FIFA executive said it is absurd that the current FIFA bosses are splitting the competition up. He credits his frustration with the fact that a World Cup […]

DC United

/ 245 days ago

Wayne Rooney wants to coach in Europe after DC United

Wayne Rooney, manager of DC United, has revealed that he has lofty managing ambitions at a top European club. After his return to the MLS last summer as the head coach of DC United, the 37-year-old is now poised to lead the All-Stars team in their upcoming clash against Arsenal on July 19. The Englishman […]


/ 307 days ago

FIFA warns Women's World Cup won't be televised in Europe

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has threatened to ban the upcoming Women's World Cup from certain countries in Europe. Speaking at the World Trade Organization headquarters, Infantino criticized European broadcasting companies over their bids for the tournament. According to the soccer administrator, networks in France, Italy, Germany, Spain and the UK have undervalued the tournament's broadcasting […]