The video shows young people, including women not wearing the mandatory headscarf, singing and dancing in support of Iran'snational team, interspersed with footage from matches.
Iranian President Rouhani arrived in Ankara with a coterie of ministers and businessmen. Iran and Turkey hope to double their trade by 2015 and may be betting on an end to sanctions on Iran.
Facebook-owned applications Instagram and Whatsapp violate their privacy, say some Iranians in a court case. Another Iranian court blocked Instagram last week.
State Department officials say the US is generally obligated to admit the chosen representatives of UN member states, but members of Congress are livid at Iran's 'slap in the face' of the US.
Former US Embassy workers, held hostage in Iran three decades ago, say President Obama should block Iran's choice as UN ambassador. Some say Hamid Abutalebi was a key player in the 1979-81 hostage taking.
Under Hassan Rouhani, Iran is developing a more open media climate in which reformist reporters no longer fear for their lives.
Iranians see a meeting between the EU's top diplomat and rights activists as proof that the US and Europe will keep needling Iran, even if a nuclear deal is reached.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who met today with the European Union's top diplomat, Catherine Ashton, has made some changes, but the threat of a reversal still looms, say Iran experts.
Iranians celebrated the anniversary of the Islamic revolution with rallies in downtown Tehran, but 35 years after overthrowing the shah, the merits of the revolution are still up for debate.
Iranian hardliners see their devotion to martyrdom as the reason Iran has outlasted decades of pressure and covert war. But the ideology's resonance is waning among many Iranians.