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One World Sports
Exclusive rights in North America. Coverage includes live games and highlights. In Canada, matches are available online. in the US, video highlights package is available online and matches available on One World Sports Channel.
Soccer Friday: 80-cap Socceroo Wilkshire open to Asian
Wilkshire, whose 80 Socceroo appearances since 2004 include two World Cups, is training by himself near Moscow in the hope that his agent can find him a club. He says he'd prefer a return to the Russian Football Championship over heading home to play ...
Platini's legal woes makes FIFA election more unpredictable
ZURICH — More than two months into Michel Platini's FIFA presidential campaign, football fans are still waiting to hear just how he plans to rebuild the governing body's reputation. He might never get the opportunity. By his own admission, the early ...
Singapore extend German coach Stange's contract till end of WCQ
ESPN FC (blog)
Singapore head coach Bernd Stange indicated that he was targeting qualification for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup after having his contract extended until April of next year. Football Association of Singapore (FAS) ended speculation on Friday by announcing ...
AFC Cup: JDT aim for history in Kuwait
ESPN FC (blog)
Malaysia Super League (MSL) champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) face a daunting challenge as they travel to Kuwait to face reigning champions, Al Qadsia, in the semifinal, first leg, of the AFC Cup on Tuesday night. JDT are chasing an historic treble of ...
Crowd trouble as Malaysia WCQ called off
A vastly improved performance by Malaysia was spoiled by crowd trouble that saw their AFC World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia brought to a premature end at Shah Alam Stadium, near Kuala Lumpur. With less than three minutes of regulation time left ...
Women's Football Women's round-up: September 2015
Japan went undefeated in winning the AFC Asian U-19 Women's Championship, beating Korea DPR 4-2 on penalties in the final, with both sides advancing to the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Papua New Guinea 2016. They will be joined there by Korea ...
Fears for Socceroos' safety in Bangladesh
FFA is worried about travelling to Bangladesh and has contacted soccer's peak body FIFA and officials from the Asian Football Confederation. “FFA is concerned about the security situation in Bangladesh and will continue ... The Socceroos played South ...
About AFC Asian Cup
The AFC Asian Cup is held every four years. The current edition of the AFC Asia Cup is Australia 2015 and will run from January 9-31, 2015. The previous champion from the 2011 competition is Japan. The new champion will be crowned the Asian Football Champion and is automatically entered into the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, which is to be hosted by Russia, one year before the Russia World Cup 2018. This year's tournament will involve 16 teams and 32 exciting matches.