Bolivia's Argentinian physio has said he has received threats and insults following a heated exchange with Lionel Messi after Tuesday's encounter.
Barcelona defender Sergino Dest says the USMNT has the talent to do great things at the next World Cups.
Find out how all 31 nations, in addition to the hosts, can qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar from all confederations.
Arsene Wenger has proposed some radical changes that he hopes will transform soccer. Here's a breakdown, plus a few more he might consider.
The matches had been scheduled to take place in October and November 2020.
There are relatively short distances between stadiums meaning fans will be able to attend multiple games a day.
The first games in the South American qualifying competition for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have been moved back to October from September.
Switzerland named a special prosecutor to review criminal complaints against FIFA chief Gianni Infantino and Attorney General Michael Lauber.
The tournament draw for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is set to be pushed back by two months after FIFA rescheduled a qualifying playoff on Thursday.
On its 10th anniversary, Landon Donovan and his teammates relive his goal that beat Algeria and took the U.S. to the 2010 World Cup knockout rounds.
At 1970 World Cup, the first to be broadcast live to much of the planet, Brazil set a benchmark for greatness which has served ever since.
It has been the stage for some of football's most memorable moments, and greatest players. On Tuesday, Brazil's famous Maracana turns 70.
Ex-FIFA chief Sepp Blatter faces a criminal investigation in Switzerland for suspected mismanagement of a $1 million payment from football funds.
It's been a decade since South Africa's Bafana Bafana kicked off the 2010 World Cup, the first and only on the continent. Where are they now?
Nigerian football has never been inured from controversy, but the 2010 World Cup campaign saw the scandal reach depths never before plumbed.
ESPN spoke to members of the 2010 Black Stars squad to produce an oral history of the West Africans' run to the final eight.
Panini's Mexico '70 album is a highly coveted item in sports memorabilia, with one edition -- with two Pele autographs -- dubbed the "Holy Grail."
"With the very good group of players that we had, Carlos Vela, Hector Herrera and Hirving Lozano, we needed others like Brazil had," Osorio said.
As Brazil rewatch their infamous 7-1 World Cup semifinal loss to Germany on home soil in 2014, one wonders if there have been any lessons learnt.