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Women's soccer World Cup is becoming a global sensation—and a fashion one too

by Marielle Segarra Jun 24, 2019
Soccer jerseys are a hot fashion item nowadays.
United States' forward Tobin Heath (C) reacts with teammates after scoring a goal during the France 2019 Women's World Cup Group F football match between Sweden and USA, on June 20, 2019, at the Oceane Stadium in Le Havre, northwestern France.
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Sponsors make a bet on Women's World Cup soccer

by Andy Uhler Jun 7, 2019
Twenty-five million Americans watched the last women's final, and many sponsors are betting this year's tournament will be even more popular.
Carli Lloyd of the U.S. scores the team's second goal against Japan in the 2015 Women's World Cup final in Vancouver, Canada.
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How the U.S. men’s soccer team got its shot at glory — and then lost it all during the 1998 World Cup

by Janet Nguyen and David Brancaccio Jun 15, 2018
The 12-part series “American Fiasco” looks at how it all went wrong.
Mehrdad Minavand of Iran in action during the 1998 World Cup first round match against the USA at the Stade Gerland in Lyon, France. Iran won the match 2-1.
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A battle for World Cup supremacy happens off the pitch

by Andy Uhler Jun 14, 2018
Every four years, the soccer tournament turns into an epic branding battle between Nike and Adidas.
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FIFA gets countries to bend laws all the time. Why nothing on LGBT laws in Russia?

by Eliza Mills Jun 1, 2018
FIFA and Russia lay down the law, but corporate sponsors have influence too.
Fans fly the rainbow flag before the game between New York City and Los Angeles FC at Banc of California Stadium on May 13, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.
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FIFA corruption report has scandals but no disqualification

by Olga Oksman Jun 28, 2017
FIFA released a 2014 report looking at ethics violations in the World Cup host nation selection process for 2018 and 2022.
A FIFA suitcase.
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UnAmerican Football

by , and Jun 16, 2016
They said it couldn't be done: Soccer makes it in America. Actuality can't turn on the TV without seeing a soccer game — what gives? We talk with U.S. players Crystal Dunn and Matt Besler to figure out how global…
 U.S. women's national soccer team player Megan Rapinoe poses for a portrait on November 20, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

 
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How FIFA can keep making billions off soccer

by Donna Tam Feb 26, 2016
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.
Philipp Lahm of Germany lifts the World Cup trophy with teammates after defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time as FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter and German Chancellor Angela Merkel look on during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final match between Germany and Argentina at Maracana on July 13, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
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Freshly re-elected Sepp Blatter leaves FIFA

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Jun 2, 2015
Sepp Blatter is taking a permanent timeout from FIFA.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter holds a press conference at the headquarters of the world's football governing body in Zurich on Tuesday. Blatter resigned as president of FIFA as a mounting corruption scandal engulfed world football's governing body. 
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Will sponsors bail on the World Cup?

by Adam Allington May 29, 2015
Advertisers consider their investments and responses amid FIFA corruption charges.