Senegal, Japan Pull Off Surprise Upsets Against Poland, ColombiaThe Russia-Egypt match had a more expected outcome, with the host nation winning 3-1.
England Wins First FIFA World Cup Game Since 2010World Cup roundup for Monday including England's opening game, Sweden's win over South Korea and Belgium's World Cup opener game.
Mexico Stuns Germany In 1-0 World Cup VictoryMexico, behind a first-half goal from Hirving Lozano, upset reigning champs Germany in the group stage opener, 1-0.
World Cup Shocker: Argentina's Messi Misses Late Penalty Kick As Iceland Holds On For DrawBoth teams now have a point in the group, but it feels like a win for Iceland.
Late Goal For Paul Pogba Lifts France Over Australia In Les Bleus' World Cup OpenerA scoreless first half saw both teams with chances, but things got going early in the second half.
World Cup 2018: The Latest Scores And Schedule From RussiaWith the opening ceremonies in the books, the Russian national team rolled over Saudi Arabia 5-0 in the country's first World Cup victory since 2002.
U.S., Canada, Mexico Win Bid To Host World Cup 2026North America will host the 2026 World Cup after FIFA voters overwhelmingly opted for the financial and logistical certainty of a United States-led bid over a risky Moroccan proposal for the first 48-team tournament.
US Soccer Legend Landon Donovan Coming Out Of Retirement To Play In MexicoDonovan will play for Leon in the Mexican Clausura tournament, although more details on his signing were not provided.
2 Officials Convicted At FIFA Trial; 3rd Awaits VerdictTwo former South American soccer officials were convicted Friday of corruption charges at a U.S. trial stemming from the FIFA bribery scandal, while deliberations will continue next week for a third official.
FIFA Scandal Trial Witness Claims $15M Set Aside For BribesIn order to secure the world's biggest soccer event, a witness testified in Brooklyn that countries had set up millions in funds for brides.
FIFA Scandal Trial Begins In BrooklynThree former South American soccer officials are going on trial in a U.S. case highlighting widespread corruption in the sport's governing body.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: Is Claudio Reyna Right? Does American Soccer Have An Arrogance Problem?Meanwhile, NYCFC midfielder Jack Harrison had his red card rescinded, but where was the VAR? The guys also preview Decision Day in MLS.