2010 World Cup
2010 World Cup News
Serie A: Napoli sign Fernando Llorente on free transfer; reports indicate striker inked two-year deal with Italian club
Napoli have signed Fernando Llorente on a free transfer after the Spaniard's two-year spell at Tottenham came to an end, the Serie A club announced.
Portuguese club FC Porto want to keep Iker Casillas despite goalkeeper suffering heart attack during training session
Iker Casillas has 167 Spain caps, winning the 2010 World Cup and two European Championships, and also played more than 700 games for Real Madrid.
Ghana Football Association disbanded after documentary shows officials taking bribes ahead of 2026 World Cup vote
The Ghanaian Football Association may be disbanded due to the release of a documentary which shows senior GFA officials taking bribes.
Wesley Sneijder likely to join Netherlands coaching staff under Ronald Koeman after retiring from international football
Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder on Sunday called time on his glittering international football career and said he is likely to join Ronald Koeman's national team coaching staff.
A creative midfielder with an eye for incisive passes, Sneijder's illustrious career saw him play at top clubs including Ajax, Real Madrid and Inter Milan.
Xavi collected 133 caps for Spain during a 14-year international career, winning the 2010 World Cup and the European Championship in 2008 and 2012.
Gerard Pique reveals he planned to quit Spain national team amid Catalonian unrest, but decided against it
Gerard Pique suggested that he would be open to walk away from national team if coach Julen Lopetegui or his team mates felt uncomfortable with his presence
Spanish football president Angel Maria Villar suspended, replacement expected to be named on Wednesday
Villar, who is also a senior vice president of FIFA, and his son Gorka were detained by police on 18 July in a series of early morning raids on federation headquarters.
Prosecutors called on a Madrid judge on Thursday to jail Spanish Football Federation president Angel Maria Villar and his son Gorka following their arrest on corruption charges
Penalty goals for handling the ball on the line could be a thing of the future if proposals compiled by the International Football Association Board's (IFAB) technical director are accepted.
Former France international footballer Franck Ribery on Thursday lost an appeal against the author of a book in which he was described as "scum".
Toni Kroos said the pressure is also on hosts France when they meet in a mouthwatering Euro 2016 semi-final clash that will set up a final with Portugal.
Argentine legend Diego Maradona has implied, during a chat with former teammates, that the 1986 World Cup winning team played better than the current one.
Glum Italian fans filed away from the ancient Circus Maximus in Rome well before four giant television screens recorded the end of an emphatic 4-0 defeat to Spain in the European Championship final on Sunday.