Although their fates remain a mystery, these few moments of glory will always be remembered…by them.
With two quick and sublimely deft touches, Mario Goetze ended Germany’s 24-year wait for another World Cup title.
As soccer fans across the globe await the final game between Argentina and Germany, those in Southern California are invited to come together at free viewing parties in Santa Monica and Wilmington.
On Sunday at 3PM ET, the 22 best players over the past month will take the field and try to win their country a trophy and prove to the world that they are the best football club. Here are 7 things you need to know before Argentina and Germany take the pitch for which should be a hard fought battle.
No one felt the pain of those seven goals like the fans in the stands
You’ll notice the ratings for this World Cup are highest in the Northeast, where folks try rather hard to look most enlightened. And you may also notice by the time the U.S. team lost to Belgium, some of them had already jumped ship.
Joachim Loew didn’t just battle the U.S., he did so while dealing with his nemesis…rain. Here’s the 8 times Germany’s head coach Joachim Loew was over the rain in Recife, Brazil…
Much of the Southland was watching Thursday morning as team USA took on Germany in the World Cup.
Ghana held Germany to a 2-2 draw on Saturday despite veteran striker Miroslav Klose coming on as a substitute to tie the World Cup scoring record with the equalizer in their highly entertaining Group G match.
The players and coaches have been channeling their inner spiritual animal this year.
An elephant from Germany has predicted USA and Ghana will defeat the group heavy-favorite Germany in the opening games.
Forward Julian Green’s change of national association to the United States from Germany has been approved by FIFA.
Bayern Munich forward Julian Green wants to play for the U.S. national team and has applied to FIFA to change his association from Germany.
Soccer’s governing body in Cyprus has postponed all first division matches this weekend after a bombing damaged the car of a top referee in the country.
The Museum of Tolerance has acquired a 1937 letter written by Bertrand Russell in which the Nobel Prize-winning philosopher says if the Nazi army invades his native England the British should invite Adolf Hitler to dinner.