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Opening World Cup matches set viewership records across the globe for 2014

Television coverage of the 2014 World Cup broke a whole host of viewing records during the first round of group matches in Brazil. According to FIFA,...

FIFA sponsors fear backlash against own brand for allegations surrounding Qatar

The decision by a number of leading World Cup sponsors – Sony, Adidas, Visa, Coca-Cola and Hyundai-Kia – to express concern publicly about allegations surrounding the...

The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicks off tomorrow: Dr. William Steffen, Chair of Sports...

As the World Cup is nearly on us, many are touting the traditional powerhouses as favorites and rightly so.  Brazil is a strong contender...

Sheikh Ahmad slams Qatar 2022 corruption allegations as racist

Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, one of the most influential powerbrokers in the Olympic Movement, has slammed the allegations of corruption surrounding the Qatar 2022...

Sony Corporation first to call for investigation of the use of bribes to secure...

Japan’s Sony Corporation, according to The Sunday Times, became the first FIFA sponsor to call for a thorough investigation into accusations bribes were paid to secure...

Ethics Committee probe into Qatar 2022 World Cup bid to end next week

FIFA's investigation into alleged corruption surrounding Qatar's bid for the 2022 World Cup will end next week, despite new evidence that bribes were paid...

“Football officials paid $5 million” to secure Qatar 2022 World Cup

Millions of secret documents allegedly prove Qatar's win in the race to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup was secured through covert payments. The claims...

high number of ejections at Utah high school soccer games

High school soccer in Utah has a problem and there are no easy answers on how to fix it. As of this past Monday, 117...

Sepp Blatter hopes for fifth term as FIFA President

Sepp Blatter is leaving absolutely no doubt that next year he will be a candidate for a fifth term in office as FIFA President...

College football: NCAA changes rules to allow mandatory summer workouts

Major college football coaches can now require their players to participate in up to eight hours per week of summer activities. The NCAA amended its...

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