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)
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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.
Colombia pulled off the biggest upset of the group stage — and among the biggest upsets in the history of the tournament — with its 2-0 decision over third-ranked France on Saturday in Moncton, New Brunswick. Colombia, which had never won a World Cup match, came into the World Cup ranked No. 28.
The match had been hyped beforehand as the showdown between the second-ranked United States and former coach Pia Sundhage, now coach of No. 5 Sweden.
Team USA rallied to a 3-1 win over Australia to kick off their Women's World Cup tournament on a high.
After taking a year off to give birth, Amy Rodriguez was written off as unlikely to get a spot on the U.S. Women's World Cup. But the Cuban-American former national team starter vowed to make the decision hard for Coach Jill Ellis.
In just five days, the U.S. women’s national soccer team will kick off their World Cup campaign in hopes of finally getting back the trophy that has eluded them since 1999.
Sepp Blatter's resignation as FIFA president opens door for change of soccer's governing body, but don't expect much to happen within the next couple of months.