In the United States, the financial burden of developing elite young players falls to parents.
By The Numbers
Every four years, the Men's FIFA World Cup final is widely recognized as the most-watched event in the world.
Author Ken Bensinger dives into how the United States put together a case against brazen corruption in the world's most popular sport.
Every four years, the soccer tournament turns into an epic branding battle between Nike and Adidas.
FIFA released a 2014 report looking at ethics violations in the World Cup host nation selection process for 2018 and 2022.
Soccer's international governing body hopes to move past its corruption scandal and expand the World Cup. Will it generate more money in the process?
Wambach shares her personal struggles in new memoir, 'Forward'
The retired athlete has already raised thousands of dollars with the sale of his personal memorabilia.
The organization in charge of running the World Cup has made some big changes in an effort to getting back into its member nations' good graces.