Breaking News:
Sign up for Yahoo Fantasy Soccer
  1. Wondolowski moving on from World Cup miss
    View video

    Wondolowski moving on from World Cup miss

  2. Fans react to Germany's win in World Cup final
    View video

    Fans react to Germany's win in World Cup final

  3. The most unbelievable goals in the history of soccer
    View video

    The most unbelievable goals in the history of soccer

  4. Mourinho on the ‘tired team’ that lost the World Cup
    View video

    Mourinho on the ‘tired team’ that lost the World Cup

  5. How fans in Buenos Aires prepared for the World Cup final
    View video

    How fans in Buenos Aires prepared for the World Cup final

  6. A match that proved too big for the Spanish referee
    View video

    A match that proved too big for the Spanish referee

  7. 2014 World Cup showed why this is truly the beautiful game
    View video

    2014 World Cup showed why this is truly the beautiful game

  • FIFA to settle 2022 dates in March

    By Brian Homewood MARRAKECH, Morocco (Reuters) - The long-running saga over the timing of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be settled in March, FIFA's executive committee decided on Friday. January/February, May and November/December have been put forward as alternatives for the traditional…

    Reuters14 mins ago
  • Fighting Blatter says he will not abandon FIFA

    By Brian Homewood MARRAKECH, Morocco (Reuters) - Sepp Blatter declared FIFA's crisis to be over on Friday and said he would not abandon soccer's governing body. "We have been in a crisis (but) with the decision of the executive committee today, the crisis has stopped," the 78-year-old Swiss told…

    Reuters27 mins ago
  • FIFA will not reopen 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes

    MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) -- Defiantly declaring that FIFA is no longer in crisis, Sepp Blatter said Friday the decision to hold the next two World Cups in Russia and Qatar won't be revoked and the governing body will publish a confidential probe into the process that picked those countries as hosts.

    The Associated Press53 mins ago
  • FIFA VP Jim Boyce says World Cup investigation report to be published; No date set

    MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) -- FIFA VP Jim Boyce says World Cup investigation report to be published; No date set.

    The Associated Press
  • Your Top Plays for Today

    Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide

    The Associated Press
  • US women rout Argentina 7-0 in Brasilia Tournament

    BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) -- Christen Press scored four goals and Carli Lloyd had a hat trick as the United States women's soccer team routed Argentina 7-0 in the Brasilia Tournament on Thursday, securing its place in the final of the four-team competition.

    The Associated Press
  • US rises 1 spot to 27th in FIFA rankings

    The United States rose one spot to 27th in the December FIFA rankings despite losses the previous month to Colombia and Ireland.

    The Associated Press
  • Golden Rule Travel

    Expert travel agents providing discount missionary airfares since 1985.

    AdChoicesGolden Rule TravelSponsored
  • FIFA set to vote on publication of Garcia report

    By Brian Homewood MARRAKECH, Morocco (Reuters) - FIFA's executive committee began a two-day meeting amid tight security on Thursday with members expected to vote on whether to release ethics investigator Michael Garcia's report into the turbulent bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.…

    Reuters
  • Qatar: Building team to spring surprise in 2022

    DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- It's a cold, hard fact of football: Countries with tiny populations don't generally beat big ones with deep wells of talented players.

    The Associated Press
  • Rain postpones women's soccer tournament in Brazil

    BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) -- Both women's games scheduled for Wednesday in the International Tournament of Brasilia have been postponed because of heavy rain in the Brazilian capital.

    The Associated Press
  • Don't Stop Eating Out Just Read This

    Introducing The Products Your Skin Needs To Survive The Cold

    AdChoicesMedi Weight Loss ClinicsSponsored
  • FIFA ethics investigator Garcia resigns in protest

    By Brian Homewood and Mark Hosenball MARRAKECH, Morocco (Reuters) - FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia resigned on Wednesday in protest at the way his report into allegations of corruption in awarding the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments to Russia and Qatar was handled by the soccer…

    Reuters
  • APNewsBreak: Garcia resigns as FIFA prosecutor

    GENEVA (AP) -- The American lawyer who led the investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid process resigned from the FIFA ethics committee on Wednesday in protest over the handling of his findings.

    The Associated Press
  • Timeline: Buildup to Garcia's FIFA resignation

    FIFA's attempts to draw the line under corruption allegations experienced another blow on Wednesday with prosecutor Michael Garcia quitting in protest at the handling of the process. The Associated Press looks at the events that led to the resignation:

    The Associated Press
  • Blatter to AP: "Surprised" by Garcia resignation

    MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) -- FIFA President Sepp Blatter tells The Associated Press he is ''surprised'' by the resignation of Michael Garcia, the American lawyer who led the investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid process.

    The Associated Press
  • 15 Co-Star Feuds Too Tense To Tame

    While they remain professional on screen, these feuds were so bad t...

    AdChoicesClipdSponsored
  • In Qatar, migrant workers paid to be sports 'fans'

    DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- The men grappled with each other to board the quickly filling bus. Others wriggled in through the windows, scaling the outside, using the large wheels as footholds and leaving scuff-marks on the white exterior with their shoes.

    The Associated Press
  • Resignation statement from FIFA prosecutor Garcia

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Statement from Michael Garcia, Chairman of the Investigatory Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee:

    The Associated Press
  • Qatar: Where is it? What is it?

    DOHA, Qatar (AP) -- WHERE: Qatar is a thumb of land that pokes into the Persian Gulf. Its only land border is with Saudi Arabia.

    The Associated Press