Coverage of World Cup 2014
US Soccer Offers 'Get Out of Work' Letter
Note signed by coach Jurgen Klinsmann seeks bosses approval to be excused from work to watch the World Cup game.
The most unbelievable goals in the history of soccer
Brazil enters the list of the most unbelievable goals in the history of the World Cup
How fans in Buenos Aires prepared for the World Cup final
Tamara Kohen went to the streets of Buenos Aires to ask people how they are preparing for the final and how they are going to celebrate
A match that proved too big for the Spanish referee
Horacio Elizondo analyzes the controversial match Brasil vs. Colombia on the quarterfinals of the World Cup
Transfer Talk | Mats Hummels to Manchester United?
Get all the latest in today's Transfer Talk - featuring Mats Hummels, Marco Reus and the new fourth most expensive footballer in the world James Rodriguez.
Top 10 World Cup Goalscorers of All-Time
FD presents the Top 10 World Cup goalscorers of all-time!
2014 World Cup Team of the Tournament
Football Daily presents our very own 2014 World Cup team of the tournament - do you agree or disagree?
Germany's World Cup Team Welcomed Home
Germany's World Cup-winning team returned to Berlin from Brazil to hordes of cheering fans. Around a million people awaited the champions at Tegel Airport and on the "fan mile" in front of the Brandenburg Gate, where players took to the stage to sing, dance and, of course, show off the World Cup trophy. WSJ's Harriet Torry reports. (Photo: AP)
Will Major League Soccer Ever Become Popular in the U.S.?
The 2014 World Cup was a hit, with memorable goals punctuating riveting matches. Now, Marketers hope the success will bring the sport financial gains and attract more U.S. fans to Major League Soccer. WSJ's Reed Johnson joins the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty
Long 'to-do' list for Russian World Cup
The World Cup circus moves on ... Even as Germany celebrates its triumph, the focus swings to preparations for 2018 in Russia - and whether President Putin can succeed in showcasing his country against a backdrop of concerns over cronyism, cost overruns and human rights. David Pollard reports.