Layla Anna-Lee has travelled the world interviewing the likes of Neymar, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Pele. Gundeep Anand, host and founder of the Last Stand football tournament, chats with Layla about […]
Bulgaria: 12,000 fans arrive at stadium for football cup final in Sofia
Up to 12,000 fans were admitted to the Bulgarian Cup final match between CSKA Sofia and Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the country’s capital city on Wednesday, as authorities relaxed COVID-19 rules to allow […]
Mesut Özil: Welcome to my home
I showed Hypebeast my house in #London. Check out this video to get some insights of my home.
Syrian football fans cheer 2-2 match with Iran in World Cup qualifier
Syrians took to the streets of Damascus, on Tuesday, to celebrate their team’s 2-2 draw with Iran in the FIFA 2018 qualifiers. Public spaces screened the match to a chorus of ecstatic […]
‘Football has saved my life’
On James Casling’s fifteenth birthday, his father killed himself. James tried to take his own life on multiple occasions in the following years. It was only after playing football with Queens Park […]
Didier Drogba Lives for the Ivory Coast
Didier Drogba is one of the most decorated soccer stars on the planet, but his accomplishments far surpass athletics. As a philanthropist and activist, Drogba has committed endless resources and attention to […]
Nepal football stars keep dreams alive
Raju Tamang and other domestic stars of Nepalese soccer talk to FIFA Football about life after a major earthquake and their love affair with the beautiful game.
Meet the ‘Himalayan Messi’
FIFA Football introduces you to the current state of Nepalese football, including interviews with stars Nawayug Shrestha, Anu Lama and the director of acclaimed documentary Sunakali, about the ‘Messi of the Himalayas’.
Football helps children in Nepal
Childreach Nepal are a children’s charity that uses soccer to help the mountain nation recover socially from the earthquake.
The Vikings’ Shocking Euro Run: The Unbelievable Rise of Icelandic Soccer
With a population of just 325,000, Iceland has long been a footballing minnow. Yet, 16 years ago, the nation decided to change that.