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The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014™ Panini online album showcases the world's best footballers in iconic sticker form, and FIFA.com wants to know which player you're most looking forward to collecting in this edition and why?
​After having his season wrecked by a knee injury, Saint-Etienne winger Max Gradel is making up for lost time after he has worked himself back to fitness, with hopes of making it to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
England fan Hugh Thompson is in the final stages of a remarkable 25,000km journey, cycling from London to Rio de Janeiro for the FIFA World Cup. FIFA.com catches up with Thompson on his incredible fundraising adventure.
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has reiterated his warning that any player who breaches his code of ethics will not travel as part of his 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil squad, with Mattia Destro the latest miscreant.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Our latest focuses on two teams’ qualification fate being decided by fortune.
The retirement of one-time Socceroo poster boy Harry Kewell on the weekend has provided another reminder of the task facing Australia coach Ange Postecoglou at Brazil 2014 with his squad very much in transition.
Within the first four hours of the opening of the last sales phase, 126,837 tickets were requested by football fans from around the world for the 2014 FIFA World Cup via FIFA.com.
Belgium coach Marc Wilmots has been offered a contract extension to remain at the helm for an additional two years as a reward for qualifying Les Diables Rouges to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
FIFA.com has launched the Panini Online Sticker Album for the 2014 FIFA World Cup thanks to the support of Presenting Partner, Coca-Cola. 
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has said Azzurri forward Antonio Cassano still has a chance to make his FIFA World Cup squad this summer, though fellow veterans Francesco Totti and Luca Toni are unlikely to make the cut.
In an exclusive interview with FIFA.com, the Spanish manager of Premier League side Everton Roberto Martinez reflects on his World Cup memories and describes why he believes a South American side is likely to triumph in Brazil.
Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella goes into detail about his experience at France 1998, his goalkeepers' current form, the potential affects of the Brazilian climate and more in the second part of his exclusive interview with FIFA.com.
Argentina look set to be without midfielder Fernando Gago, after the Boca Juniors man suffered a knee injury that looks set to rule him out for two months.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Here we shine the focus on a Frenchman who set a scoring record in ’58.
A total of 199,519 tickets for the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ will be up for grabs in the last sales phase, which will open on Tuesday 15 April 2014 at 12h00 CET / 07h00 Brasilia time, via FIFA.com
In the first of an exclusive two-part interview with FIFA.com, Alejandro Sabella discusses strains and stresses of the job, his contingency plans should Lionel Messi suffer an injury and the selection issues he has to face.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. We continue with a look at the man who captained Italy on 59 occasions.
Sami Khedira returned to training with his Real Madrid team-mates on Sunday for the first time in five months, which significantly increases his chances of being fit in time for the FIFA World Cup™ this summer.
FIFA.com is counting down to Brazil 2014 with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Today, we look at the most common scorelines in FIFA World Cup history.
One volunteer got a pleasant surprise when the person presenting him with his official FIFA World Cup uniform turned out to be his hero Zico in disguise.
FIFA.com is counting down to Brazil 2014 with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. We continue with the strange tale of the first World Cup Golden Boot winner.
The 28th episode of the official 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ Video Magazine focuses on superstars from Brazil and Italy.
Italy head coach has been able to name Fiorentina's Giuseppe Rossi on his 42-man squad for training next week after the striker reported back for training with his club after suffering a knee injury. 
A group of referees and assistant referees from Africa, CONCACAF and South America have convened at the Home of FIFA in Zurich for a week-long seminar to prepare for the FIFA World Cup.
The official volunteer uniforms for Brazil 2014 were unveiled on Thursday at a runway show forming part of Fashion Rio Week. Participating in the event were a host of Brazilian stars and a group of lucky volunteers. 
Ahead of the nations’ group meeting at Brazil 2014, FIFA.com looks at a fascinating relationship which began with A Seleção’s exhilarating triumph at Mexico 1970.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Today, we pay tribute to the man who lit up Chile 1962.
Jackson Martinez assesses Porto’s chances of UEFA Europa League glory with FIFA.com, backs Falcao to recover in time for Brazil 2014 and compares Jose Pekerman’s current team to the class of Carlos Valderrama and Co.
Jackson Martinez assesses Porto’s chances of UEFA Europa League glory with FIFA.com, backs Falcao to recover in time for Brazil 2014 and compares Jose Pekerman’s current team to the class of Carlos Valderrama and Co.
As the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola enters the final month of its worldwide adventure, the trophy has arrived in East Asia to an unprecedented number of football fans.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. We continue with a look at one of England’s greatest strikers.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. We continue with a look at one of England’s greatest strikers.
As a player at Italy 1990 and a coach at Korea/Japan 2002, Mick McCarthy has enjoyed two different experiences at FIFA World Cups and in an exclusive interview with FIFA.com he reflects on them both.
As a player at Italy 1990 and a coach at Korea/Japan 2002, Mick McCarthy has enjoyed two different experiences at FIFA World Cups and in an exclusive interview with FIFA.com he reflects on them both.
USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann is expecting his native Germany to already be bound for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil knockout stages when they meet in Group G, but hopes to pull off a sensational win against them.
USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann is expecting his native Germany to already be bound for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil knockout stages when they meet in Group G, but hopes to pull off a sensational win against them.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Today, we look at the contrast between 2014’s 64-game tournament and the first edition in 1930.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Today, we look at the contrast between 2014’s 64-game tournament and the first edition in 1930.
FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. Today, we look at the contrast between 2014’s 64-game tournament and the first edition in 1930.
A group of Brazil 2014 volunteers will be sharing the catwalk with a host of stars at Fashion Rio on Thursday, as they unveil the uniforms they will be wearing at the biggest football show on Earth.