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N.Y.C.F.C. Clinches Season Series With Red Bulls, but Takes Some Barbs

N.Y.C.F.C. Clinches Season Series With Red Bulls, but Takes Some Barbs

David Villa of N.Y.C.F.C. during a game against New England at Yankee Stadium on Sunday.
Sports Briefing: Giancarlo Stanton Hits 50th Home Run in Marlins’ Victory

Sports Briefing: Giancarlo Stanton Hits 50th Home Run in Marlins’ Victory

Giancarlo Stanton hitting an eighth-inning homer to become the first N.L. player to reach 50 since 2007.
United States 1, Honduras 1: U.S. Snatches Tie in Honduras, Saving World Cup Campaign

United States 1, Honduras 1: U.S. Snatches Tie in Honduras, Saving World Cup Campaign

U.S. midfielder Paul Ariola, left, with Honduras’ Ever Alvarado during the draw on Tuesday.
World Cup Qualifying: What do U.S., Argentina and Ghana Have in Common?

World Cup Qualifying: What do U.S., Argentina and Ghana Have in Common?

Lorenzo Insigne, center, and his Italian teammates are not assured of a World Cup spot.
U.S. National Team Still Controls Its Own World Cup Destiny

U.S. National Team Still Controls Its Own World Cup Destiny

Christian Pulisic, left, and the United States men’s national team are in need of good results in their final two qualifying games.
Argentina in Danger of Missing World Cup After Tie With Peru

Argentina in Danger of Missing World Cup After Tie With Peru

Lionel Messi and Argentina have little chance of making the 2018 World Cup in Russia after a 0-0 draw against Peru on Thursday.
How the United States Missed the World Cup, Minute by Minute

How the United States Missed the World Cup, Minute by Minute

Christian Pulisic of the United States reacted to his team’s 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night. The defeat, coupled with two other results, means the Americans will miss next summer’s
On Soccer: U.S. Soccer Takes One Giant Step Back

On Soccer: U.S. Soccer Takes One Giant Step Back

Christian Pulisic, No. 10, and the American team were stymied by Kevon Villaroel and Trinidad and Tobago.
Fox and Others Will Feel Pain of U.S. Absence at World Cup

Fox and Others Will Feel Pain of U.S. Absence at World Cup

Michael Bradley and Christian Pulisic of the United States men’s national team after losing to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night. The Americans failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first
How Did a Tiny Swiss Company Quietly Secure Valuable World Cup TV Rights?

How Did a Tiny Swiss Company Quietly Secure Valuable World Cup TV Rights?

People watching a soccer match between Brazil and Serbia through the window of an appliance store in São Paulo, Brazil, before the 2014 World Cup.
How Did a Tiny Swiss Company Quietly Secure Valuable World Cup TV Rights?

How Did a Tiny Swiss Company Quietly Secure Valuable World Cup TV Rights?

People watching a soccer match between Brazil and Serbia through the window of an appliance store in São Paulo, Brazil, before the 2014 World Cup.
As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

FIFA President Gianni Infantino last week. The World Cup is FIFA’s biggest moneymaker, but a corruption scandal has complicated its ability to sign deals with sponsors.
As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

FIFA President Gianni Infantino last week. The World Cup is FIFA’s biggest moneymaker, but a corruption scandal has complicated its ability to sign deals with sponsors.
World Cup 2018 Draw: Your Questions Answered

World Cup 2018 Draw: Your Questions Answered

The draw for next summer's World Cup will take place Friday at the Kremlin in Moscow.
At World Cup Draw, Doping Questions Shadow Mutko, and Russia

At World Cup Draw, Doping Questions Shadow Mutko, and Russia

Russia’s deputy prime minister, Vitaly Mutko, left, and FIFA President Gianni Infantino at a news conference before the draw for the 2018 World Cup on Friday. Few of the questions they were asked
On Soccer: Applause at the Draw, but Will Russia Keep Cheering?

On Soccer: Applause at the Draw, but Will Russia Keep Cheering?

The former Russian player Nikita Simonyan pulled out Russia’s name first — the host’s slot is always preordained — to begin the World Cup draw on Friday. Russia, the lowest-ranked team in the field
On Soccer: Applause at the Draw, but Will Russia Keep Cheering?

On Soccer: Applause at the Draw, but Will Russia Keep Cheering?

The former Russian player Nikita Simonyan pulled out Russia’s name first — the host’s slot is always preordained — to begin the World Cup draw on Friday. Russia, the lowest-ranked team in the field
At African Soccer Event, Games of Cat and Mouse

At African Soccer Event, Games of Cat and Mouse

Guinea’s captain, Ibrahima Sankhon, center, aboard the team bus. Scouts at the African Nations Championship in Morocco took a keen interest in Sankhon, a midfielder eager to make a move to Europe.