Jurgen Klinsmann is focusing on long-term changes and not short-term results. And that's OK with his boss at the U.S. Soccer Federation.
Diego Maradona said he's been unable to watch Argentina play since losing the coaching job with the national team after a disappointing performance in the 2010 World Cup.
Somali-born rapper K'naan brought his waving flag back home Sunday, promising to help his countrymen as they struggle with a devastating famine that has killed tens of thousands of children.
One fact illustrates this bewildering Copa America: Paraguay enters Sunday's final against Uruguay without a single victory in five games.
The 2010 World Cup final was probably seen by at least 1 billion people, though the 2008 Beijing Olympics opening ceremony appears to retain top spot as the most-watched televised event.
Pia Sundhage came into the first meeting with her new team, pulled out her guitar and began playing the Bob Dylan classic, "The Times They Are A-Changin'."
It's difficult to look at Charlie Davies and not dwell on the deep scar that runs from ear to ear across the top of his skull, a reminder of the night he nearly died.
Sepp Blatter launched an impassioned defense of FIFA's integrity on Saturday, insisting world soccer's ruling body was not institutionally corrupt.
A Croat and two co-defendants have been convicted of fraud by a German court for their part in what has been described as Europe's biggest match-fixing scandal.