Following two days of tough competition at the FIWC 2017 Grand Final, only four gamers remain in contention for the title. Ahead of the final day, FIFA.com spoke to expert trio Laura Woods, Spencer and ChuBoi, who are all covering the event.
A mathematical explanation, a positional transformation and the daddy of debuts feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with a familiar office for the French and the end of long unbeaten runs.
New Zealand are the first team to join hosts Uruguay at the 16-nation 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup after comfortably winning the OFC U-16 Women’s Championship in Samoa on Friday.
Having already tasted CONCACAF Gold Cup success, Darlington Nagbe is intent on making 2017 a year to remember with USA as he hopes to go one better than his father – an African and Liberian legend – by reaching the FIFA World Cup.
Following yesterday’s intense group phase action, the 16 quarter-finalists in the Xbox One and Playstation 4 divisions resumed hostilities on Thursday. Germany’s DETO and England’s GORILLA are in the driving seat ahead of the second legs of the division finals on Friday.
In the build-up to Russia 2018, FIFA.com will be highlighting some classic FIFA World Cup images. This week, we look back to the tournament's first edition and its top scorer opening his account.
After slumping to an all-time low in January 2016, Nepal have been climbing back up the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking and now find themselves with realistic dreams of a first ever spot at the AFC Asian Cup.
Apart from a handful of minor surprises, the first day of the Grand Final of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 in London largely stuck to the script, with the pre-tournament favourites all advancing to the quarter-finals. FIFA.com takes a look back at Wednesday’s intriguing group phase.
The South American icon reveals the qualities needed to become The Best and insists Neymar has what it takes to challenge Messi and Cristiano.
FIFA U-17 World Cup venue Goa played host to the women’s football festival 'Our Bodies, Our Rights, Our Game' between 5 and 13 August.
Ahead of the second edition of The Best FIFA Football Awards on 23 October 2017, the nominees are set to be named on 17 August.
The Chelsea vice-captain and Spain international talks to FIFA.com about his love of video games and his admiration for the players that make it to the Grand Final of the FIWC.
FIFA.com discusses Guinea's prospects with coach Souleymane Camara who says his side are fully deserving of a ticket to India 2017 and therefore more than capable of causing an upset.
It has been a challenging time for Trinidad and Tobago during the Hexagonal stage of CONCACAF qualifying for Russia, but goalkeeper Jan-Michael Williams remains positive about the Soca Warriors’ chances of reaching the world stage.
Ahead of The Best FIFA Football Awards coming to London on 23 October, FIFA.com looks back on five memorable games hosted at the city's most iconic football arena: Wembley Stadium.
Scotland and Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths speaks to FIFA.com about scoring two superb free-kicks in three minutes against England in June, the technique he employed and his team's hopes of claiming an unlikely World Cup berth.
It seems that whenever Japan are chasing a ticket to the FIFA World Cup, a star player rises to the occasion when they need it most. As Samurai Blue pursue a ticket to Russia 2018, forward Yuya Kubo looms as a pivotal figure.
As many of the 32 players begin their journeys from all over the world to arrive in London, FIFA took the opportunity to officially begin FIWC week by holding a Player Conference on Monday 14 August.
England, Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain have qualified for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup after securing their spots through this year’s UEFA Women’s U-19 Championship.
With several domestic competitions beginning new seasons this month, Video Assistant Referee (VAR) is being used in more of these competitions to help officials make important decisions in matches.
FIFA.com guides you through everything you need to know about voting for the The Best FIFA Football Awards. You can cast your vote from Monday 21 August!
London will host the FIFA Interactive World Cup Grand Final from 16-18 August, where the planet's top 32 gamers will face off. FIFA.com gives you the lowdown on the big event.
Last year, the FIWC 2016 Grand Final in New York took eSport to new, record-breaking heights, and the 2017 edition promises to raise the bar even higher!
This week we hear from Chapecoense airplane crash survivor Alan Ruschel after an emotional night at the Camp Nou, Ronaldo reflects on his 1994 FIFA World Cup experience as a 17-year-old and Netherlands head coach Sarina Wiegman's achievements are put into context.
A huge team, a little striker, an veteran midfielder and fresh champs feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with Real retention and climbing Poles.
After climbing to the top of youth world football with their victory at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, England's Young Lions will now look to take that success into the club season, with the English Premier League kicking off.
Germany's FIFA Women's World Cup 2003 hero Nia Kunzer chats with FIFA.com about the qualities needed to be the best player in the world and what to look forward to for the next FIFA Women's World Cup in France in two years' time.
FIFA.com hears from experienced Korea Republic midfielder Joo Wooyoung as the Taeguk Warriors seek to survive a challenging qualifying campaign and reach their ninth successive World Cup.
As the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 descends on London, three of those competing for the coveted trophy will be enjoying the competition on familiar soil. Will home advantage play its part?
Carlos Borrello made his return to the national team in early July 2017 after serving as head coach of the Albiceleste from 2003 to 2012, and he tells FIFA.com about the rebuilding process him and his team are leading in order to get the national team at the top in South America.
Mohammad Sharifi, who became the youngest Iranian to compete in the AFC Champions League recently, speaks to FIFA.com about Iran's hopes for the FIFA U-17 World Cup and returning to the venue that brought them luck in the continental finals.
Brazil have returned to the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking after a one-month hiatus, replacing reigning FIFA World Cup™ champions Germany (2nd, down 1), who slipped back into second spot.
In the latest instalment of the FIFA World Cup Video Vault series, FIFA.com revisits Nigeria's opening game at France 1998, where the Super Eagles got off to a flyer against Spain.
FIFA.com speaks to Andreas Granqvist, who had the unenviable task of replacing Zlatan Ibrahimovic as Sweden captain, about the FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign on the road to Russia so far, which sees the Blagult lead Group A ahead of France and the Netherlands.
Scoring directly from a corner is something rarely seen for even the world's most established stars. However, a young women's player from Vietnam showed superlative technique by twice finding the back of the net from corner kicks in a single match.
The last two of the 32 qualifiers for the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 Grand Final were revealed on Saturday, at the inaugural FIFA Interactive Club World Cup, which brought the curtain down on an outstanding qualification competition.
Shock call-ups, studs, ambidexterity, volleys, a free-scoring defender and some exceptional individual displays feature as FIFA.com reviews West Germany’s triumph at Italy 1990.
FIFA.com sat down with exciting Colombia talent Yadir Meneses, who talks drawing comparisons with James Rodriguez, his footballing style, the upcoming FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 and more.
It is fitting that the stars of the footballing world will descend on London on Monday 23 October, when the city plays host to The Best FIFA Football Awards™, due to the English capital's place in the beautiful game's history.
Ahead of their crucial double-header against Libya in Group A of Round 3 in the African qualifying competition for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, Guinea head coach Lappe Bangoura speaks with FIFA.com about his side's progress in recent months and their dreams of making it to Russia.
Ahead of the Women's Under-19 EURO in Northern Ireland, FIFA.com speaks exclusively with tournament director Sara Booth and head coach Alfie Wylie about how the competition can leave a lasting legacy on the women's game in the country.
Jay-Jay Okocha believes Neymar has the potential to succeed Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as the game’s best, before admitting that the Argentinian legend is still his favourite player.
If there is one conclusion to be drawn from the UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 in the Netherlands that ended on Sunday, it is that the balance of power in Europe has now shifted. FIFA.com reviews the action that saw the hosts emerge victorious.
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With the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 having culminated on 6 August with a victory for the Netherlands, the spotlight has now turned on the UEFA Women’s U-19 Championship, which kicks off on 8 August.
The Local Organising Committee and FIFA have today announced the dates of a unique Trophy Experience for India’s first major footballing event: the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.
The Netherlands beat Denmark 4-2 in the UEFA Women’s EURO Netherlands 2017 Final to be crowned European champions for the first time, in front of a record Dutch attendance for women’s football of 28,182.