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Paul Stalteri looks to return to FIFA U-17 World Cup, this time as coach

*By The Canadian Press* Twenty-four years ago, Paul Stalteri represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Japan. Now the 39-year-old is looking to coach Canada back to the world..

Playing for time: will China try to score early or leave it late in its bid to host the Fifa World Cup?

The United States, Canada and Mexico recently announced they will make a joint bid to host football’s 2026 World Cup. If successful, the countries would become the first to co-host the tournament..
S.China Morning Post

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News video: The 2026 World Cup Might Be Hosted By Three Different Countries

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The 2026 World Cup Might Be Hosted By Three Different Countries Not since 2002 have multiple nations hosted the World Cup. South Korea and Japan hosted together that year. For 2026 (9 years away)..
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News video: US, Canada and Mexico Launch Joint Bid for 2026 World Cup

US, Canada and Mexico Launch Joint Bid for 2026 World Cup 00:49

If the bid wins, it would be the first time three countries jointly hosted the tournament.
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India finished the ISSF World Cup with five medals including one Gold, two Silver and two Bronze medals and overall fifth in the medals tally behind table toppers China, Italy, Australia and Japan in..
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Hong Kong’s women ready to ‘push the boundaries’ at World Cup after securing place in Lacrosse Open final

Hong Kong will head to July’s Women’s Lacrosse World Cup confident of “pushing the boundary” of their world ranking after Travis Taylor’s side secured a place in Sunday’s Hong Kong Lacrosse..
S.China Morning Post

3 Countries Want To Host The 2026 World Cup Together

3 countries want to host the 2026 world cup together
Watch VideoThe 2026 FIFA World Cup could set a record years before it happens. Canada, Mexico and the United States have announced a joint bid for the 2026 games. If it goes through, it'll be the..

India drawn to play Canada

India have drawn Canada for their Davis Cup World Group play-off tie. The Indians will be travelling to Canada for the September 15-17 contest. In their previous three appearances at the World Cup..
Deccan Herald

US, Canada, Mexico to make joint 2026 World Cup host bid

The expanded World Cup means an expanded bid from North America. The only previous successful joint bid came from South Korea and Japan, which together hosted the tournament in 2002.
Deutsche Welle

​Japanese team opening N.Y.C. office

Kashima Antlers Football Club will become the first Japanese soccer club to set up an office outside of its home country, opening one in New York. Antlers, Japan’s most successful club and the..

Leicester City's Okazaki has returned from Japan 'in good shape'

leicester city's okazaki has returned from japan  'in good shape'
Leicester City boss Craig Shakespeare says striker Shinji Okazaki has returned from international duty in good shape. Shakespeare confirmed that all those City players on international duty in good..
Leicester Mercury

Soccer-Japan's Halilhodzic delighted with Kubo decision

Japan winger Yuyo Kubo's goalscoring form has vindicated the decision to select him over Keisuke Honda, coach Vahid Halilhodzic said after a 4-0 victory over Thailand in a World Cup qualifier on..

Japan, Saudi Arabia stay ahead of Socceroos

japan, saudi arabia stay ahead of socceroos
The Samurai Blue and the Green Falcons both won on Tuesday night, leaving Australia with some work to do in World Cup qualifying

Sports › Japan beats Thailand 4-0 in World Cup qualifier

Leicester City striker Shinji Okazaki celebrated his 50th international goal Tuesday as Japan brushed aside Thailand 4-0 to edge closer to a sixth successive World Cup. Shinji Kagawa gave the hosts the..
Japan Today

Reuters Sports Schedule at 1430 GMT on Tuesday, March 28

Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Tuesday: SOCCER 2018 World Cup qualifiers Asian qualifying, third round Uzbekistan v Qatar, Tashkent Saudi Arabia v Iraq Big guns move closer to Russia finals..

Leicester City striker Shinji Okazaki nets milestone goal in...

leicester city striker shinji okazaki nets milestone goal in...
The grin on Shinji Okazaki's face was wider than usual on Tuesday after the Leicester City striker scored his 50th international goal.Okazaki netted in Japan's 4-0 World Cup qualifying win over..
Leicester Mercury

World Cup Qualifier: Japan thrash plucky Thailand

Saitama - Yuya Kubo struck again and had a pair of assists as Japan defeated Thailand 4-0 in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.
Bangkok Post

Japan 4 Thailand 0: Kubo inspires comfortable win for Blue Samurai

japan 4 thailand 0: kubo inspires comfortable win for blue samurai
Shinji Kagawa, Shinji Okazaki, Yuya Kubo and Maya Yoshida were all on target as Japan routed Thailand 4-0 in the AFC World Cup qualifiers.

VIDEO: Former Man Utd star Kagawa scores for Japan

video: former man utd star kagawa scores for japan
The Borussia Dortmund midfielder bagged the opener after eight minutes in the World Cup qualifier against Thailand on Tuesday

War Elephants ready to show heart

Thai players will fight with their hearts when they meet Japan in a World Cup qualifier in Saitama on Tuesday, coach Kiatisak Senamuang said on Monday.
Bangkok Post

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