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The 2014 World Cup
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The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is set to be the first to offer special seats for obese fans.
The image of Brazilian soccer in the lead up to the 2014 World Cup took a hit Wednesday when the final of the Copa Sudamericana was abandoned after visiting club Tigre accused security officials of pulling guns and beating its players.
Luiz Felipe Scolari is back in charge of Brazil's national soccer team, and he said Thursday he knows that anything but a sixth World Cup title at the 2014 tournament will be considered a failure.
Mix Diskerud scored his first international goal in the third minute of injury time, giving the United States a 2-2 tie against Russia on Wednesday in an exhibition game at Krasnodar.
Eddie Johnson scored twice Friday night, including the winning goal in second-half injury time, lifting the United States to the verge of advancing in World Cup qualifying with a nervous 2-1 victory.
With the World Cup qualifying standings a mess, the U.S. national team has found a way to simplify things: win and win.
A reporter asked U.S. men's national coach Jurgen Klinsmann on Monday what it would be like if his team were to lose to Jamaica for the second time in five days.
As soon as the London Games end, the focus will shift to South America where, in 2016, the Olympics will be staged for the first time.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff signed into law a contentious bill giving FIFA the required guarantees to organize the 2014 World Cup on Wednesday, but one of her vetoes will force soccer's governing body to negotiate the sale of discounted tickets with the states and cities.