World Cup news
2014 World Cup news
Former soccer official Jack Warner claims FIFA gifted him $6 million toward a training center in Trinidad to support Sepp Blatter's first election as president in 1998.
FIFA says soccer agents are taking a bigger cut from international player transfers, even as trading in the billion-dollar market fell by $290 million in 2012.
The chairman of the Greek soccer club AEK Athens chairman has been arrested, with his team accused of not paying $219.5 million in taxes.
If anyone doubts Lionel Messi has a golden foot, now there's proof.
The New York Cosmos are planning a 25,000-seat soccer stadium at Long Island's Belmont Park racetrack.
Champions League contender Malaga is facing UEFA sanctions for failing to pay millions of dollars in players' wages on time, and will likely have some prize money withheld.
Brazilians selected the name "Fuleco" for the armadillo mascot for the 2014 World Cup after a three-month vote derided by fans as undemocratic.
NBC's networks will televise the English Premier League under a $250 million, three-year deal that begins next season.
FIFA says Brazilians have decided to name the 2014 World Cup ball "Brazuca," an informal word often used to describe national pride in the South American country.
Lots more eyes on Euro matches