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  • CONCACAF's best battle for France 2018 berths

    Trinidad and Tobago will be the setting for the ninth edition of the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship, which begins on Thursday, with three places at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup up for grabs.

  • Two-time Grand Finalist Michael Labelle signs for New York Red Bulls

    In the hunt to win the first ever MLS Cup, New York Red Bulls have already made a new signing – two-time Grand Finalist Michael Labelle.

  • Major League Soccer joins eSports elite

    The first ever eMLS Cup will take place in April 2018 in Boston as North America's best clubs and eSports players compete on the Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup.  

  • The records being hunted in 2018
    Ferenc Puskas, Claudio Pizarro, Alexandra Popp, Homare Sawa, Aston Villa and Real Madrid are among the hunted. Who are the hunters of records in 2018?

  • Marta looks to France 2019 and beyond

    Marta talks exclusively with about Brazil’s push for FIFA Women’s World Cup success at France 2019, her long-term plans on and off the pitch, and much more.

  • The young stars of 2017 presents you with 11 young players who have hit the headlines this year and who are likely to continue doing so in the future.

  • Kaka calls time on illustrious career

    Former Brazil attacking midfielder Kaka, who won the FIFA World Cup™ title with his country in 2002, announced his retirement from football on Sunday.

  • Australia hit all-time high as USA end 2017 on top

    USA will bring in another new year as the top-ranked women’s national team after holding on to top spot in the final FIFA Women's World Ranking of 2017.

  • The Week in Numbers
    Mind-blowing support in Nuevo Leon, a goal-scoring goalie grandfather, a new African king in Germany, Canada conquering the USA, and rampant sides from Buenos Aires, Manchester and Sydney feature in’s latest stats review.

  • The Week in Numbers's latest statistical review includes goalscoring and drought-breaking in the UEFA Champions League, patience rewarded in Japan and much more.