Art will combine with emotion come Friday’s start of the 2010 World Cup. Here’s a look at how ten fans from ten different nations portrayed their support for their countries at previous World Cup matches.
TIME’s “football-mad writers” will be covering every match of the 2010 World Cup, which kicks off this Friday in South Africa. Get ready for all the action by following along at TIME’s World Cup blog.
A day after Jozy Altidore missed an exhibition game, the forward was back on the field testing out his ankle – a joint that may or may not still be injured.
South Korea has discovered an outside weapon from within its soccer fan base: webbed feet.
What a difference four years makes.
It’s June 1, 2010 and that can mean but one thing: the World Cup starts this month. Let joy be unconfined … well, for fans of the planet’s most popular sport and many of its star players. But not all of them.
Are you in utter despair that England’s bid to host the 2018 World Cup is in grave danger of falling apart? Here’s something to cheer you up: JP Morgan has crunched the numbers and concluded that England will win this summer’s …
Before the first whistle is even blown at this year’s World Cup in South Africa, countries are already lined up to see who will get the tournament in 2018 and 2022, and competition is likely to be as tense as a penalty kick.