by Travis Waldron Jun 2, 2015
FIFA president Sepp Blatter will resign after a week of corruption allegations. But FIFA faces challenges and questions about its ability to reform itself.
In the last two years, LGBT fan groups have formed at soccer clubs across England in an effort to make the sport a more inclusive place.
by Travis Waldron May 26, 2015
A new governmental plan would send prison laborers to factories to supply goods for Russia's World Cup projects.
by Scott Keyes May 19, 2015
What is it like when a top European team from eastern Ukraine is displaced by war?
by Travis Waldron May 18, 2015
The BBC reporters are at least the second media crew arrested in recent months while reporting on the Qatar World Cup.
by Travis Waldron Apr 28, 2015
Chelsea midfielder Oscar suffered an obvious head injury Sunday but stayed on the field. And now he's already available to return to the field Wednesday.
by Travis Waldron Apr 21, 2015
A new report finds rampant racist, homophobic, and sexist social media abuse aimed at soccer players and clubs in England.
by Travis Waldron Apr 9, 2015
Nearly a century after it was officially banned, women's soccer is growing across England. A burgeoning professional league may be its biggest step yet.
by Travis Waldron Mar 12, 2015
Stonewall F.C., Britain's first and most prominent gay soccer team, is indicative of the progress the slow-changing world of soccer is starting to make.
by Travis Waldron Mar 5, 2015
Women's soccer star Julie Foudy says women's soccer remains an "untapped market" as a new FIFA survey shows the sport lacks investment.