Germany have returned home after winning the World Cup in Brazil and have celebrated with their fans in Berlin. ... Full story
Another wonderful World Cup has finished, reaping huge ratings and broadening football’s fan base, but the knockers are still out there. ... Full story
Germany's World Cup-winning coach Joachim Loew is being made an honorary citizen of his hometown, with a stadium also being named in his honour. Full Story
More than four million FIFA website users have voted James Rodriguez's volleyed goal for Colombia against Uruguay as the best of the World Cup. Full Story
Several anti-World Cup protesters were sentenced to jail time by a Rio judge. Full Story
More than 1000 Interpol raids on illegal gambling dens across Asia have resulted in more than 1400 arrests. Full Story
After competing in the World Cup, Chilean playmaker Jorge Valdivia has announced his international retirement. Full Story
Tributes are pouring in for World Cup-winning captain Philipp Lahm after his decision to retire from the German national team. Full Story
Bayern Munich defender Philipp Lahm will retire from the national team after captaining Germany to their fourth World Cup. Full Story
Eduardo da Silva, the Brazilian-born Croatian striker, has announced his retirement from international football, unhappy with his treatment. Full Story
A US concussion expert says the World Cup was a lost opportunity to teach young football players around the world about appropriate concussion protocols. Full Story
A new poll shows that 83 per cent of the tourists who visited Brazil for the World Cup felt the event was well organised. Full Story
10:29 AM - Tue, 15 Jul 2014
It's almost a pity that this World Cup is finished, it has been the best that I have seen in my lifetime and it will take some beating.
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4:00 PM - Thu, 10 Jul 2014
I think Germany might over-run Argentina in what everyone hopes will be an exciting final befitting what has been an unbelievable World Cup.
8:48 PM - Mon, 07 Jul 2014
Here we are at the semi-final stage of the World Cup and unbelievably, the cream has risen to the top, and we have four genuine big guns up against each other.
4:00 AM - Fri, 04 Jul 2014
Zeljko Kalac previews the World Cup quarter-finals, suggesting that Brazil might need to tinker with its attack in order to be at their very best.
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