World Cup Brazil 2014
The World Cup culminates with the final match on July 13. Fox News Latino is there to bring you every kick and whistle.
- Third Place Match July 12
- Netherlands 3, Brazil 0
- World Cup Final July 13
- Argentina 0 Germany 1 (overtime)
- Fun Facts:
- Germany wins Cup for the 1st time, 4th if you count West German titles
- Shakira has now played at more World Cups (3) than Gerard Piqué (2)
Latest World Cup Coverage
In its first game since winning the Women's World Cup in Canada last month, the United States romp Costa Rica 8-0.
Throngs of young girls and other flag-waving fans of the U.S. women's soccer team filled lower Manhattan Friday morning for a ticker-tape parade celebrating its Women's World Cup victory.
U.S. midfielder Carli Lloyd wasn’t focusing on the devastating defeat four years ago when the U.S. women’s soccer team lost to Japan during the World Cup finals.
The Americans get a rematch against Japan on Sunday when the teams meet again in the final, this time in Canada.
The final Sunday against Japan at Vancouver's BC Place is a rematch of the 2011 championship match in Germany, when the United States fell on penalty kicks after a 2-2 draw.
The United States went on to beat Germany 2-0 on a penalty kick from Carli Lloyd and a late goal from Kelley O'Hara, erasing Johnston's fear that she had cost her team the game and sending the Americans to the title match of the Women's World Cup.
Seeking their third world championship, the Americans have not allowed a goal in 423 minutes since this year's tournament opener against Australia.
Alex Morgan scored her first goal of the Women's World Cup and the United States advanced to the quarterfinals with a 2-0 victory over Colombia on Monday night.
Aussie goalkeeper Lydia Williams stopped Christiane's header off a long free kick in the 90th minute to clinch 10th-ranked Australia's first win in three tries against Brazil in World Cup play.
Federal prosecutor Michael Lauber described a "huge and complex" case which targets "criminal mismanagement and money-laundering" in the bidding contests which awarded the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 tournament to Qatar.