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  • 48 days to go: Al-Bishi’s historic strike

    FIFA.com has begun the countdown to the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia, and from now until the start we will share an interesting fact about the tournament every day. Today we remember the first goal scored at the inaugural Confederations Cup.



  • Dollars, droughts and a half-millennium
    Mind-blowing payrolls and the end of mind-boggling indestructability feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with landmark goals in the English, Italian and Spanish capitals.

  • Pachuca secure Club World Cup return
    In beating Tigres over two legs in the CONCACAF Champions League, Pachuca booked their place at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2017, their fourth appearance in the competition.

  • Lewis excited for Bahamas kick-off

    The National Beach Soccer Arena at Malcolm Park welcomed a very special guest on Saturday - five days ahead of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup - in the form of nine-time Olympic champion Carl Lewis.



  • 'xGUASTELLAx' claims Americas title, six qualify for Berlin
    Experience was the difference for Giuseppe 'xGUASTELLAx' Guastella, as the American’s steady play earned him the FIFA Ultimate Team Americas Season 2 regional title in Whistler, a ski resort north of Vancouver, on Saturday.

  • Stalteri's starlets have eyes on India
    As coach of Canada’s U-17 team, Paul Stalteri makes a convincing mentor for his aspiring charges following a decorated playing career in Europe.

  • The American Dream final of ’09
    FIFA.com looks back at USA's unlikely run of results at the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup ending with a narrow defeat in the final against Brazil.

  • Origins, wunderkinds and the pride of Pot 4
    Eleven players from 11 countries, a 21-year wait for the same starting XI and underdogs mocking the seeding system make FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with two starlets and a lob.

  • Marta signs on with Orlando Pride
    Five-time FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Marta is returning to the United States to continue her club career after signing with National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) side Orlando Pride on Friday.

  • Brazil return to top after seven-year wait
    Brazil capped off a fine fortnight of football as they moved to the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, reclaiming their seat at the top of the podium after a seven-year hiatus.