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The referee breaking unseen barriers for women in soccer
Having made the breakthrough, the first female referee in any of Europe's top soccer leagues is asking how long it will take for other countries to follow Germany's example
Updated: 8 minutes ago
FIFA leaves playoff controversy referee off World Cup list
The referee who awarded the penalty that eliminated Northern Ireland from the World Cup playoffs has been dropped from FIFA's pool of match officials preparing for the tournament
Published on 11/18/17
Defense lawyer calls witness at FIFA bribery trial 'liar'
Lawyer for South American soccer official charged in corruption case involving the sport's governing body calls key witness at New York trial 'serial liar'
Published on 11/18/17
FIFA critic Lineker picked to host World Cup draw in Moscow
Former England forward Gary Lineker and Russian sports journalist Maria Komandnaya will present the World Cup draw in Moscow on Dec. 1
Published on 11/17/17
Defense lawyer calls witness at FIFA bribery trial 'liar'
Lawyer for South American soccer official charged in corruption case involving the sport's governing body calls key witness at New York trial 'serial liar'
Published on 11/18/17
MLS attendance up, TV ratings lag as US mulls future
Major League Soccer's attendance is up and fan interest is booming, even if television broadcasts are far less popular and some young Americans would rather play in Europe
Published on 11/17/17
Defense lawyer calls witness at FIFA bribery trial 'liar'
Lawyer for South American soccer official charged in corruption case involving the sport's governing body calls key witness at New York trial 'serial liar'
Published on 11/17/17
Peru qualifies for first World Cup since 1982 by beating NZ
Peru beat New Zealand 2-0 to win a two-leg playoff and earn the 32nd and last spot in the World Cup field in Russia
Published on 11/16/17
CAS rules FIFA wrong to fine Mexico for fans' gay slur chant
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled that FIFA was wrong to fine Mexico's soccer federation for fans chanting gay slurs at opposing goalkeepers at World Cup qualifying games
Published on 11/16/17
Russia is lowest-ranked team in draw for its home World Cup
Russia will be the lowest-ranked team in the draw for its home World Cup after Peru sealed the final qualifying place
Published on 11/16/17
The Latest: Mexican TV network denies claims in FIFA case
A Mexican television network has denied accusations it teamed with a marketing firm to make a $15 million bribe to an executive at soccer's governing body to help them secure lucrative broadcasting rights to the World Cup i...
Published on 11/16/17
Bail tightened for official in FIFA soccer bribery case
A New York judge has tightened the bail conditions of a former South American soccer official accused of taking bribes in exchange for his help securing broadcasting and hosting rights for tournaments
Published on 11/16/17
Witness says media giants paid World Cup bribe
A former sports marketing executive from Argentina testifying in New York says media giants Televisa and Globo contributed to a $15 million bribe to land the broadcasting rights for the soccer World Cup in 2026 and 2030
Published on 11/15/17
Bail tightened for official in FIFA soccer bribery case
New York judge tightens bail conditions of former South American soccer official accused of taking bribes in exchange for his help securing broadcasting and hosting rights for tournaments; Mexican TV network Televisa denies...
Published on 11/16/17
US Soccer looking into tourney for non-World Cup teams
U.S. Soccer is looking into the possibility of an event next summer involving teams that do not make the field for the 2018 World Cup
Published on 11/14/17