A unique 2030 World Cup is set to be played in Europe and Africa with the surprising addition of South America.
The United States had three match points in its World Cup clash with Sweden on Sunday. It couldn't capitalize on any of them.
One of the players you'll want to keep an eye this Women’s World Cup is forward Sophia Smith. FOX 5's Tina Cervasio shows us why she's being called the next big star.
Robert Moses talks to a 99-year-old World War II veteran who was given a medal by Norway for his heroism during the war.
FOX 5's Tina Cervasio has the latest from the Women's World Cup media day in California.
FOX 5's Tina Cervasio looks at the relationship between the U.S. and Australia, and why the country down under is one of our oldest allies.
FOX 5's Tina Cervasio introduces us to US defender Crystal Dunn, who is also a New York native.
Raegan Medgie looks at the country of Zambia and why playing on the World Cup stage will hopefully bring the country more tourism.
When EA Sports FC is released in September, gamers will be able to draft teams that include the best from men’s and women’s soccer together.
A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press that Gregg Berhalter has agreed to return as U.S. national team coach after being cleared in a domestic violence investigation.
New York and New Jersey have been chosen as one of the host cities for the 2026 World Cup and revealed the new branding.
To win a World Cup, a nation will have to play eight games, up from the seven in place since 1974.
The U.S. Soccer Federation revealed Tuesday it is investigating men’s national team coach Gregg Berhalter for a 1991 confrontation in which he kicked the woman who later became his wife.
Now that the dust has settled and La Albiceleste have arrived back home to glorious fanfare, it is time for an early look forward to 2026, when the World Cup festivities will take place in North America.
Argentina’s dramatic victory over France in penalty kicks in the World Cup final has become the most-watched soccer match of any kind in the United States.
Lionel Messi carried the World Cup as coach Lionel Scaloni put his arm around the captain when the two walked past a sign that read “Thank you, champions.”
A day after winning his first World Cup, Lionel Messi added another accomplishment to his legacy.
The Argentina superstar is finally a World Cup champion.
The United States, Mexico and Canada will stage soccer’s biggest event in less than 3½ years.
Mbappé's hat trick in the final catapulted him to Golden Boot status -- the top goal scorer of the tournament.