COVID-19 has not only impacted several worldwide soccer competitions in 2020, but has also forced recent changes in the 2021 schedule as well. FIFA announced Thursday that due to COVID-19, the 2021 editions (…)
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The U.S. Men’s National Team has only played one match in 2020 due to the impact of COVID-19 and it looks like the wait for its next match will continue late into the Fall. U.S. Soccer announced Tuesday that (…)
If it were up to FIFA’s chief doctor, the current European seasons would not resume. Michel d’Hooghe, the chair of FIFA’s medical committee, told BBC Sport on Tuesday that he does not think leagues in (…)
One of the game’s long-standing rules may soon change. At least temporarily. FIFA has proposed a new rule that would allow teams up to five substitutions each as a way to deal with the inevitable fixture (…)
A law-enforcing agency, for the very first time, has said what many people have already stated or believed. That Russia and Qatar paid bribes to secure World Cup hosting rights. The U.S. Department of (…)
The U.S. Women’s National Team ended a historic 2019 ranked as the No. 1 team in the final FIFA rankings of the year. Friday’s latest installment of the rankings considered the results from a pair of (…)
FIFA is making strides to combat racism, and for the first time in 15 years, they updated its Disciplinary Code to do so.
After a pair of tough defeats in November, the U.S. Men’s National Team has dropped two places to 25th in the latest FIFA rankings. The USMNT lost to fifth-ranked England and 18th-ranked Italy since the (…)
Thursday Ticker: FIFA to vote on revamped Club World Cup, Van Persie to retire after season, and more
The Club World Cup could be in store for an overhaul as FIFA leaders meet in Rwanda this week.
Mesut Ozil grabs a Premier League record and Ronaldo has a response to Isco.