He was mediocre as a player, but as a coach he has the potential to change the game with his fluid, freewheeling style
This weekend's match may have ended in a tie, but it was a victory for allowing the U.S. to break away from the U.K.'s influence
The sport has become a favorite of elite thinkers in this country. Here's hoping this year's tournament creates a new kind of fan.
One competitor seems poised to become the best in the world at this year's tournament—plus other athletes who will likely stand out
Brazil is the traditional favorite, but this year another squad seems poised to dominate. Plus, an assessment of the U.S.'s chances, and more.
Why these last few days before the month-long tournament begins are the best time to be a soccer fan
A quarter century ago this weekend, 39 people died and 600 were injured in a riot in a Brussels stadium. How the game has changed since then—for better and for worse