June 13 – World Football INSIDER was on the scene for the build-up to the World Cup opener and the Brazil victory over Croatia that triggered scenes of jubilation across the nation.
May 23 – Homeless rights’ advocates launch a protest that shut down part of Sao Paulo, venue for the opening World Cup game.
Mar. 6 – Nike has announced a new woven boot.
Jan. 23 – The presidents of FIFA and Brazil say the World Cup host will be ready … Canada plans to bid for the 2026 World Cup.
Jan. 22 – One World Cup stadium could be stripped of its matches … FIFA prepared for possibility of match-fixing at World Cup.
Jan. 14 – FIFA concerned with match-fixing at World Cup … Airline caps prices for flights during World Cup … Neymar has “no fear” … Ribery would prefer World Cup title to Ballon d’Or.
Jan. 6 – Preparations for the Brazil World Cup inform INSIDER’s Ten To Watch in 2014 series. FIFA president Sepp Blatter is ranked No.1.
November 8 – Adidas has launched a series of football boots ahead of the 2014 World Cup … FIFA’s goal-line technology provider for the Club World Cup gets ready for installation work.
October 9 – A Brazilian judge says the Manaus stadium should become a prison after the World Cup… Orlando’s city council approves money for an MLS stadium… AC Milan VP blasts stadium ban… Napoli to renovate. INSIDER’s Nick Devlin reports.
October 1 – 70 Nepalese workers dead in World Cup 2022 construction incidents since start of 2012… Ukraine will play to an empty stadium over racist taunts… FIFA rejects appeal from Cape Verde Islands.