Países Bajos recupera su mejor cara y reta a España
Estados Unidos cae eliminada ante Suecia y Países Bajos avanza a cuartos de final
The United States and Mexico announced the candidacy to host the Women’s World Cup in 2027
The two countries will host the men's World Cup in 2026 and are also looking to organize the women's competition the following year. “The United States has always been a world leader in women's soccer and it would be an honor for us to co-host together with Mexico,” said Cindy Parlow Cone, president of U.S. Soccer.
Basketball defines the last qualifiers for the World Cup
In a 2023 full of World and Pre-Olympic Championships, the men's basketball World Cup appears as one of the great events in sports this season. From today until Tuesday 28, it will be confirmed which are the 32 selected to qualify for the big FIBA party, which this year will have three venues for the first time and will also provide places for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Messi and Di María, the first world and Olympic champions since 1936
13 Uruguayans did it almost a hundred years ago. Three Italians did it in the 1930s. Since World War II, no soccer player has won the two highest national tournaments in this sport. Until Qatar 2022 arrived.
Qatar recognized the death of “between 400 and 500” migrants working for the World Cup
Hassan al Thawadi, General Secretary of Qatar 2022, admitted this in an interview and it generated strong repercussions. The Supreme Committee then released a statement to clarify the figure. Human rights, once again in the focus of the World Cup.
Qatar nourished by Rio and Tokyo: World Cup and Olympic Games, a necessary relationship
The Olympic event, not so relevant for some clubs and federations, continues to prove to be an opportunity that promotes and hierarchizes many players, in addition to an event that the current FIFA referred to as a model to follow.