Catrachos has qualified for consecutive World Cups for the first time in the nation’s history.
The Ticos allowed just seven goals in the final 10 CONCACAF qualifying games to earn their first berth in the World Cup since 2006.
Eight Chilean cities will host games during the Under-17 World Cup in 2015.
Brazilian authorities are working together with Interpol and police from neighboring countries to prevent violent soccer fans from interfering with world soccer’s largest event.
More than 2.5 million World Cup tickets sold.
FIFA offers condolences after worker is killed in World Cup stadium accident.
Brazil to host Street Child World Cup for disadvantaged teenagers.
Luis Suárez scores three goals, raising Premier League lead to 28.
Colombia’s Radamel Falcao is on pace to play in World Cup despite his knee injury, according to his doctor.
World Cup: Itaquerão Stadium opens for short soccer practice.
Brazil inaugurates Arena da Amazônia in Manaus, the site of four World Cup games.
Brazil’s Junior dos Santos to headline UFC 173.
Ecuador rallies from three down to pull out a win over Australia.
The eyes of the cycling world are fixed on the Colombian cyclist who just won his first competition of the year, Argentina’s Tour de San Luís.
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