WA soccer fans won’t have to adjust their alarm clocks too much to watch the Socceroos in next month’s FIFA World Cup. In a pleasing departure from the norm, the Australian national side is slated to play France at the friendly hour of 6pm AWST on June 16, while
THIS group is first only in the alphabetical sense - by most other measures, it could feasibly be considered the worst at the World Cup.
That's because, on the surface, it looks to be the most favourable group going around.
Hosts Russia enter the World Cup ranked 66th
Black Ferns captain Fiao'o Fa'amusili says she's excited for the future of women's rugby in New Zealand, with the first fully contracted women revealed today in Auckland.
FIVE-time World Cup winners Brazil face Croatia in a FIFA World Cup warm-up at Anfield on Sunday, 3 June (KO 3pm).
And we have three pairs of tickets to give away.
See the likes of Neymar, Fernandinho and Coutinho take on Modric, Rakitic and Mandzukic,
A who's who of football stars including Gennaro Gatusso, Frank Lampard, Francesco Totti, Alessandro Del Piero, Dida, Rui Costa and Christian Vieri turned out to honour retiring Italian legend Andrea Pirlo in a pulsating testimonial match that ended 7-7 at the San
FIFA has closed a doping investigation into all of the Russian soccer players expected to compete in the World Cup next month after finding “insufficient evidence” of wrongdoing.FIFA, world soccer’s governing body, had opened its investigation after the publication in December of an exhaustive report on doping in Russian
Radja Nainggolan is the stereotypical modern-day football player. He speaks his mind, is covered in tattoos, flaunts a 'mohawk', and has been involved in a controversy
By Tony Ubani
Nigeria Football Federation president, Amaju Melvin Pinnick has ruled out any form of money distractions for the Super Eagles at the Russia 2018 World Cup tournament.
Speaking at the SUN Newspaper organized seminar titled ‘’That the Super Eagles may excel in Russia 2018 and beyond”, the NFF President