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FIFA President Gianni Infantino discusses what to expect at the 2026 FIFA World Cup™ in North America.
After some early angst, Belgium flashes World Cup potential
SOCHI, Russia (AP) During the buildup to its World Cup opener, Roberto Martinez regularly reminded his Belgium squad the challenge was going to be far greater than what was being portrayed as an easy march through the group stage.
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United States Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro talks with Rob Stone and Alexi Lalas about the winning United FIFA World Cup™ bid and the future of the U.S. Men's National team.
France hopes luck won’t be needed to get past Peru
YEKATERINBURG, Russia (AP) The pre-tournament favorites at this World Cup have struggled so far. France is no exception - but at least it has a win.
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Brazil’s jailed former president criticizes World Cup team
SARANSK, Russia (AP) Brazil's jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made his debut as a soccer pundit, writing a column from behind bars in which he criticized Brazil's performance in the team's 1-1 World Cup draw against Switzerland.
It’s been a journey for Maguire from England fan to player
VOLGOGRAD, Russia (AP) Two years ago during the European Championship, Harry Maguire was a fan in France watching his beloved England. Now, he's the first Leicester City player to represent the country at the World Cup since Gordon Banks, England's great goalkeeper during its one and only triumph in 1966.
Tick, Tock: Time running out for Messi to deliver World Cup
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (AP) Time is running out for Lionel Messi to bring Argentina a World Cup, which would give him the one thing that's missing from a career that ranks among the greatest.
Aussies undeterred by opening loss at the World Cup
SAMARA, Russia (AP) Far from being discouraged about a heartbreaking opening loss to France, Australia is confident going into another tough World Cup match against Denmark.