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Prizes, a prodigal and a prodigy

Wednesday 30 July 2014

About FIFA

  • Media Statements

    FIFA can today confirm the extension of sanctions imposed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and the Italian Football Association (FIGC) in relation to match manipulation. 
  • About FIFA

    The Waste Management Programme for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil created by FIFA, Coca-Cola and the Local Organising Committee collected 416 tonnes over 64 matches and exceeded expectations, with everything going to plan across the 12 Host Cities.


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  • Van Gaal leaves the Oranje in bronze seats

    The Netherlands went into Brazil 2014 in their lowest position on the global ladder in 12 years, but Louis van Gaal tinkered his tactics to ensure he left them in third. takes a closer look.

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Classic Football


  • Carlos Alberto, born to be a leader

    As the youngest captain to ever lead his side to a FIFA World Cup triumph, Brazil's Carlos Alberto Torres is already a part of the game's folklore before you even consider he finished off one of the best final goals of all time.


  • Shakhtar, from metal to medals

    After billionaire Rinat Akhmetov took over the club in 1996, Shakhtar Donetsk have emerged as a second domestic heavyweight in Ukraine and are well on the way to stepping out of Dynamo Kiev's shadow. 


  • El Clasico: When stars collide takes a look back at the history of Real Madrid versus Barcelona, with El Clasico boasting the planet’s top footballing talent as the most hotly-anticipated derby match in world football.

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