A comedian throws money at FIFA President Sepp Blatter during a press conference on July 20, 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland. (Photo by Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images)

Comedian Throws Cash At Sepp Blatter During FIFA Presser

Throwing money in the air as security led him away, Simon Brodkin said: “Here we go Sepp. Thank you. Cheers Sepp. It’s all there, as discussed. Thank you. Good doing business.”


Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb's lawyer Edward O'Callaghan (C) and Webb's wife (R) leave the federal court house in Brooklyn borough of New York on July 18, 2015. Webb pleaded not guilty in US court on July 18 in connection with a massive international corruption scandal, with his release set at a $10 million bond. He is the first former official from soccer's governing body to appear in a New York federal court in connection with the sweeping investigation by US prosecutors that has rocked the sporting world. AFP PHOTO/JEWEL SAMAD        (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Banned FIFA Official Pleads Not Guilty To Racketeering

Jeffrey Webb was released on $10 million bond following his arraignment in federal court.


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USWNT Vs. Germany: 5 Things To Know

The USWNT has advanced to the semi-finals to play Germany. Here’s what you need to know.



USWNT Vs. China: 5 Things To Know

The US Women’s National team advanced to the Quarterfinals of the tournament to face China. Here’s 5 things you need to know.


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USWNT Vs. Colombia: 5 Things To Know

The USWNT meets Colombia in the Round of 16 tonight, here’s what you need to know.


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Scenarios For The USWNT To Advance In The World Cup

The USA wraps up the group stage of the Women’s World Cup tonight against Nigeria. How can they advance to the knockout stage? We’ll answer that for you.


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FIFA’s Top Spokesman Leaves Job; Blatter Urged To Do Same

FIFA’s top spokesman left his job Thursday, hours after Sepp Blatter was urged to do the same by the European Parliament.


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Ex-FIFA Official Admits To World Cup Bribes

Chuck Blazer told a U.S. federal judge that he and others in soccer’s governing body agreed to receive bribes in the votes for the hosts of the 1998 and 2010 World Cups.


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FIFA: Women’s World Cup Primer

The Women’s World Cup begins on Saturday. What are the US’ chances? Take a look.


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Embattled Sepp Blatter To Resign As President Of Scandal-Marred FIFA

The end for Sepp Blatter came suddenly, just days after he had seemingly solidified his hold on FIFA.


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Sepp Blatter Resigns: Who Should Be FIFA’s Next President?

Sepp Blatter has resigned. Who should be the next president of FIFA?


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Sepp Blatter Survives As President Of Scandal-Marred FIFA

Sepp Blatter has been re-elected as FIFA president for a fifth term, chosen to lead world soccer despite separate U.S. and Swiss criminal investigations into corruption.


Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter attend the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 13, 2014. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images)

Blatter On FIFA Corruption Scandal: ‘I Cannot Monitor Everyone All The Time’

As defiant as ever, Sepp Blatter resisted calls to resign as FIFA president Thursday and deflected blame for the massive bribery and corruption scandal engulfing soccer’s world governing body.


Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and FIFA president Sepp Blatter attend the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 13, 2014. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte/AFP/Getty Images)

Vladimir Putin Accuses U.S. Of Meddling Into FIFA Affairs

The Russian president tried to portray the probe as an attempt to go after dissenters, likening the case to the persecution of U.S. whistleblowers Julian Assange and Edward Snowden.


Attorney General Loretta Lynch speaks at a packed news conference at the U.S. Attorneys Office of the Eastern District of New York following the early morning arrest of world soccer figures, including officials of FIFA, for racketeering, bribery, money laundering and fraud on May 27, 2015 in New York City. Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty News

FIFA Corruption Case: Why Should Americans Care?

What does the FIFA case mean to the casual American soccer fan?