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Earning power of a World Cup win

The United States Women’s National Team did more than just establish itself as the dominant force in international soccer with its World Cup victory on Sunday. The women set themselves up

Can Fox win big from Women’s World Cup?

FIFA, the governing body of international soccer, is certainly looking for some positive news after two weeks of scandal and allegations of corruption took a toll on its image. It

Sepp Blatter resigns as FIFA President

It’s been less than a week since FIFA President Sepp Blatter was elected to a fifth term leading soccer’s international governing body, but he announced Tuesday that he will resign from the position,

A look at FIFA and its money amidst scandal

The global soccer world (or football world, depending on where you live) is agog at the scandal involving FIFA, the international federation that governs the sport. Several top FIFA officials

Craft Beers’ place in the stadium

Having a beer while watching the big game is about as traditional as it gets for sports fans in the United States. But it’s another area where millennials are bringing

Soccer’s new labor deal

Baseball players and owners regularly tangle. So do hockey players and owners. And, last week, it looked like Major League Soccer might lock out its players. But, 50 hours before

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