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MNT Sets Sights on Gold Cup Semifinal Foe Jamaica
U.S. Soccer (press release) (registration) (blog)
Alvarado is a regular starter for the Club America team that captured the CONCACAF Champions League title and a trip to the FIFA Club World Cup. He has started four of the last five games for the U.S. MNT, in which the team is 4-0-0. Seven leagues from ...
Lloyd, Solo and Sasic lead the way
The winners of each major FIFA competition (the FIFA World Cup™, FIFA Women's World Cup™, FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, FIFA Futsal World Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup) earn the right to wear the FIFA World Champions Badge. Following their ...
Iran comeback stuns Spain
Iran have come from behind to beat Spain 6-5 in one of the tightest and most entertaining matches at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup thus far. The Asian side struck twice in the final couple of minutes to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, with ...
Platini announces FIFA presidency bid
Platini, who played in three World Cups for France and led them to the European championship title in 1984, said he had written to the 209 member associations of FIFA, who each hold one vote in the presidential election, to inform them of his decision ...
AP Sources: Michel Platini will run for FIFA president
Platini joined Blatter in Zurich after a successful World Cup, won by France, as a presidential adviser for four years before winning a FIFA executive committee seat representing UEFA. In eight years leading European soccer, Platini has tried to please ...
About FIFA Club World Cup
The FIFA Club World Cup is a club football competition in men's soccer, organized by FIFA. It includes the club champions of the six Football Confederations: CAF, CONMEBOL, UEFA, AFC, OFC, and CONCACAF. Starting in 2007, host countries must play a qualifying play-off against the club champions of Oceania, as only seven participants are allowed in the competition. The FIFA Club World Cup usually takes place around December over a 2-week period. The 2009 FIFA Club World Cup will take place in Abu Dhabi, UAE.