With today’s two matches you can’t go wrong as the best of Europe and South America face off.
When Brazil decided to host the World Cup there was hope that both rich and poor citizens could see games live on their home turf. That hasn't been the case.
Brazil overpass collapse: For the host city of the World Cup the incident is the biggest embarrassment yet for the country's hosting of the soccer tournament, which has been carried out with less chaos than many had feared.
The USA lost to Belgium in the World Cup Tuesday, ending a tournament that showed signs of progress. But the same old weaknesses kept popping up, too.
Soccer ref dies: Police said a man punched Bieniewicz in the head after the referee indicated he planned to eject the man from the game.
The USA was knocked out of the World Cup, 2-1, in extra time against Belgium. America was on its heels for most of the game, but the final 15 minutes were heart-stopping.
Germany vs. Algeria and France vs. Nigeria: Monday's games sent Germany and France to the quarterfinals and ended any chance of the World Cup heading to Africa.
Projections of large-scale protests and infrastructure issues at Brazil's World Cup games have so far gone unmet. But that doesn't automatically spell smooth sailing for the Rio Olympics.
Netherlands vs. Mexico and Costa Rica vs. Greece are today’s two round of 16 matches.
Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar was the hero of Saturday's match between Brazil and Chile. Thanks to Cesar, Brazil advances to the World Cup quarter finals.