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Ready for Rio 2016? Get your tickets today!
30 July 2016 16:39
With the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Summer Olympics only days away, do not miss out on the chance to see some of the greatest athletes in the world – not to mention many of the top men’s and women’s footballers – go for gold in Brazil.
Source: FIFA - 30 July 2016 16:39
The Week in Quotes
30 July 2016 10:36
FIFA.com's weekly look at the best soundbites from world football includes Harry Kane preparing to become a new dad, Franck Ribery hailing the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti as Bayern Munich head coach, some revealing comments from a pair of Roma players and much more.
Source: FIFA - 30 July 2016 10:36
The indomitable Nadine Angerer
30 July 2016 10:02

In our recurring series celebrating 25 years of FIFA Women’s World Cup moments, FIFA.com caught up with Nadine Angerer to discuss what it was like stopping Marta's penalty in the China PR 2007 Final to secure an unprecedented 540 minutes of perfect in goal for Germany and much more.

Source: FIFA - 30 July 2016 10:02
The debate goes on
29 July 2016 17:56
Did England’s third goal, the one that put the Three Lions ahead in extra time en route to their 4-2 victory over Germany FR in front of a packed Wembley Stadium in the 1966 FIFA World Cup™ Final actually cross the line?
Source: FIFA - 29 July 2016 17:56
Schweinsteiger calls time on Germany career
29 July 2016 16:48

Bastian Schweinsteiger has told Joachim Löw that he no longer wishes to be considered for future selection in the German national team. Germany’s captain made a total of 120 appearances for the reigning world champions.

 

Source: FIFA - 29 July 2016 16:48
Atletico Nacional prove worthy champions
29 July 2016 16:48

The Colombian side won their second Copa Libertadores title in impressive fashion, winning the most games, scoring the most goals and conceding the fewest to earn the right to represent South America at Japan 2016.


Source: FIFA - 29 July 2016 16:48
Gabriel Jesus: I think I'm obsessed!
29 July 2016 14:40
Remarkably cool in front of goal for a player aged just 19, Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus is, as FIFA.com discovered, equally composed in an interview, even when discussing the imminent challenge of representing the host nation at the Men's Olympic Football Tournament at Rio 2016.

 

Source: FIFA - 29 July 2016 14:40
The English kings in numbers
28 July 2016 19:47
Everybody knows which country conquered in 1966, which player netted thrice in its Final and which player lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy. Here, FIFA.com highlights some more intriguing numbers behind England's triumph.
Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 19:47
New stadium to add to Volgograd's unique cityscape
28 July 2016 19:01

As the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ draws ever nearer, construction on all the tournament's stadiums continues apace. Every month FIFA.com brings fans up to speed on how progress is going.

Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 19:01
Zahavi: Israel can spring a surprise
28 July 2016 12:22
FIFA.com speaks with Israel captain Eran Zahavi, whose form in front of goal means he shoulders much of the team's goalscoring responsibility for the upcoming Russia 2018 campaign.
Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 12:22
Memories of ’66 helping to beat Alzheimer’s
28 July 2016 11:33

FIFA.com takes a closer look at a UK-based charity using memories of England’s 1966 FIFA World Cup victory to help alleviate the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. 

Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 11:33
Bahamas 2017 hopefuls take first steps towards beach glory
28 July 2016 10:56

From 27 April to 7 May 2017, the Bahamas will provide the stage for the ninth edition of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, where 16 teams will aim to dethrone reigning champions Portugal.

Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 10:56
World Cup challenge has Bahamas smiling
28 July 2016 10:56

Though the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup is still some time away, hosts Bahamas are already counting down the days to the start of the tournament, to be held in Nassau between 27 April and 7 May next year.

Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 10:56
Kenya win over critics with new coach
28 July 2016 09:52

A big recent victory and a leap in the FIFA/Coca World Ranking has the Harambee Stars' 36-year-old coach Stanley Okumbi in good graces after a slow start to his time with the team.

Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 09:52
Atletico Nacional crowned kings, claim Japan ticket
28 July 2016 05:57
Atletico Nacional have been crowned Copa Libertadores champions after a tense 2-1 aggregate win over Ecuador’s Independiente del Valle, with the result also earning the Colombians passage to the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016.
Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 05:57
Ahly strike back, Sundowns go through
28 July 2016 04:12
Egyptian club Al Ahly cracked Group A wide open by beating leaders Wydad Casablanca this week, while South African side Mamelodi Sundowns became the first side into the semi-finals.
Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 04:12
Futsalroos reaching for breakthrough
28 July 2016 03:41
Australia futsal captain Greg Giovenali tells FIFA.com why he believes his sport will join the growth spurt other versions of the game have experienced Down Under in the past decade.
Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 03:41
Excitement builds as Bahamas 2017 Official Emblem revealed
28 July 2016 02:25
Anticipation for a landmark event in the Caribbean grew as the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017 celebrated the unveiling of the competition’s Official Emblem and Official Look for next year’s tournament.
Source: FIFA - 28 July 2016 02:25
Rui Jorge: Olympics are a special test
27 July 2016 17:24

FIFA.com caught up with Portugal's Olympic coach Rui Jorge, who looks ahead to Rio 2016, his memories of representing his country at Atlanta 1996 and why competing at the Men's Olympic Football Tournament is so special.

Source: FIFA - 27 July 2016 17:24
Planning not coincidence behind IDV's Copa exploits
27 July 2016 16:15
FIFA.com brings you an insight into the project that has guided Ecuador’s Independiente del Valle to the final of the Copa Libertadores, just one return leg away from a success that would take them to the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016.
Source: FIFA - 27 July 2016 16:15
Glory and Japan await prospective Copa champs
27 July 2016 13:23
South America's representative at the FIFA Club World Cup is just one game away from Copa Libertadores glory, but will Independiente del Valle complete their fairy tale in Medellin, or will Atletico Nacional triumph on home soil?
Source: FIFA - 27 July 2016 13:23
Danilov: We could have made it to the Final in England
27 July 2016 10:54

50 years ago this month, the Soviet Union recorded their best-ever result at a FIFA World Cup when they reached the semi-finals at England 1966. A place in the last four remains the highest finish from either the USSR or Russia at the tournament.

Source: FIFA - 27 July 2016 10:54
Free-kicks, free-scorers and megabucks buys
27 July 2016 07:09
An Italian dethroning an English knight, a German playmaker unseating a German playmaker, and an Argentinian outranking two fellow South Americans feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with records for some Green Warriors and Young Blues.
Source: FIFA - 27 July 2016 07:09
Brazil and the third world title that never was
26 July 2016 17:10

Winning the FIFA World Cup once is hard enough, but to lift it three times in a row seems a virtually impossible task. We recall Brazil's 1966 campaign, where the pre-tournament favourites failed to win a record third successive world title. 

Source: FIFA - 26 July 2016 17:10
Mature Martinez hoping for third time lucky
26 July 2016 14:29

A veteran of the 2014 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup and the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, Paraguay goalkeeper Natasha Martinez is intent on striking it lucky at her third world finals: the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Jordan. 

Source: FIFA - 26 July 2016 14:29
Wu Lei: China is making rapid improvement
26 July 2016 04:32
China PR star Wu Lei believes that his nation will not only qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, but will put together a strong display in the second-ever edition of the tournament in Asia. 
Source: FIFA - 26 July 2016 04:32
France lead European quintet heading to Korea
25 July 2016 18:31

Fresh off of their UEFA European U-19 Championship, France can now look forward to entering the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 as continental champions. Les Bleuets will make the trip to Asia along with fellow European sides Italy, England, Portugal and hosts Germany. 

Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 18:31
FIFA extends match-manipulation sanction against vice-president of Equatorial Guinea FA
25 July 2016 18:24
FIFA can today confirm the worldwide extension of the two-year ban, starting on 10 July 2016, that was imposed on the vice-president of the Equatorial Guinea FA, Mr Gustavo Ndong Edu.
Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 18:24
Russian volunteers ready for the World Cup after EURO experience
25 July 2016 16:24

20 Russian volunteers from 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Volunteer Centres spent over a month helping out organisers at the recently concluded UEFA EURO 2016 in France and gained invaluable experience in the process.

Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 16:24
Neymar among galaxy of stars at Rio 2016
25 July 2016 15:01

The Olympic Football Tournaments Rio 2016 have drawn one step closer, with the confirmation of the final squads for the men’s and women’s competitions.

Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 15:01
1966 World Cup: Gripping tales and inspirational traffic lights
25 July 2016 10:50

In order to mark the 50th anniversary of England 1966, we take a closer look at the exhibits and stories in the 1966 World Cup gallery housed in the FIFA World Football Museum.

Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 10:50
Sundowns poised to reach last four
25 July 2016 04:08
FIFA.com previews this week's CAF Champions League in which South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns host Egyptian side Zamalek knowing a point would put them in the semi-finals.
Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 04:08
Djite, a truly multicultural, normal footballer
25 July 2016 02:19
Born in the USA to parents from Africa, Bruce Djite has played professionally in Turkey and China PR and most notably in Australia, where he has earned a nickname he doesn't care for: 'Bruce Almighty'.
Source: FIFA - 25 July 2016 02:19
Next week on FIFA.com
24 July 2016 13:39
Just like every Sunday, we whet your appetite with a preview of what you will be able to enjoy on FIFA.com in the coming days.
Source: FIFA - 24 July 2016 13:39
Armfield: Togetherness made England stronger in '66
24 July 2016 12:10
The role of a squad player is always tough, but 1966 FIFA World Cup winner Jimmy Armfield reflects on how the camaraderie amongst the England side was crucial to their success.
Source: FIFA - 24 July 2016 12:10
Happy Birthday to you!
24 July 2016 10:15

A 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup winner, a 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup winner and three FIFA World Cup stars all feature in this week's birthday round-up. 

Source: FIFA - 24 July 2016 10:15
McAlery, the visionary skipper who brought football to Ireland
24 July 2016 10:01
Continuing our series looking at national teams' first captains, FIFA.com highlights the story of John McAlery, the Irish Football Association's first skipper and the man often credited for bringing football to the Emerald Isle. 
Source: FIFA - 24 July 2016 10:01
The Week in Quotes
23 July 2016 12:18
FIFA.com's weekly look at the best soundbites from world football includes Diego Maradona offering to coach Argentina for free, Xavi waxing poetic on Lionel Messi, Mario Gotze and N'Golo Kante marking new chapters in their careers and much more.
Source: FIFA - 23 July 2016 12:18
England 1966 stories, videos and prizes!
23 July 2016 11:31

We're celebrating the 50-year anniversary of the 1966 FIFA World Cup™ with a Facebook contest! 

Source: FIFA - 23 July 2016 11:31
Simoes remembers ’66 and Eusebio’s lucky No13
23 July 2016 10:18
Antonio Simoes, the youngest member of Portugal’s 1966 FIFA World Cup England squad, who finished third in their inaugural global finals, reminisces with FIFA.com half a century later about playing in some standout games, and alongside Eusebio.
Source: FIFA - 23 July 2016 10:18
Sweden’s wanderer relishing Marta reunion
23 July 2016 09:44

Sweden forward Sofia Jakobsson talks with FIFA.com about her nation's ambitions at Rio 2016, Marta's influence on her career and the invaluable experience she had playing at the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

Source: FIFA - 23 July 2016 09:44
World champions search for No9 on road to Russia
22 July 2016 19:51

Germany are the reigning world champions and boast a system of youth development considered to be one of the best in world football. At UEFA EURO 2016, however, the team fell short, partly due to a lack of options in key positions.

Source: FIFA - 22 July 2016 19:51
Allardyce appointed England manager
22 July 2016 18:20

The FA have appointed former Sunderland, West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers coach Sam Allardyce as the new England manager, on an initial two-year deal.

Source: FIFA - 22 July 2016 18:20
Memories retold, half a century on
22 July 2016 12:52
In the last of this year's series of FIFA World Cup anniversaries, we prepare to look back half a century to England 1966, with interviews and memories aplenty coming on FIFA.com from 23 to 30 July.
Source: FIFA - 22 July 2016 12:52
Thailand seek to build upon World Cup breakthrough
22 July 2016 08:35
FIFA.com takes a look at Thailand's development and future ambitions one year on from their history-making debut at the FIFA Women's World Cup.
Source: FIFA - 22 July 2016 08:35
Quintet secure Korea spots
21 July 2016 22:22

Germany have become the final European nation to qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017, joining France, Portugal, Italy and England at next year's global finals.

Source: FIFA - 21 July 2016 22:22
Lopetegui appointed as new Spain coach
21 July 2016 20:25

Julen Lopetegui, 49, has on Thursday 21 July been confirmed as the new head coach of Spain. The Spanish Football Association (RFEF) verified the news via their official website. The former goalkeeper’s case was strengthened by achieving success in style at the youth levels for La Roja.

Source: FIFA - 21 July 2016 20:25
The pitch invader who upstaged Garrincha
21 July 2016 16:39
Every week in the build-up to Russia 2018, FIFA.com will be highlighting a classic FIFA World Cup image. Our latest photograph captures the unlikely star of Brazil’s quarter-final win over England in 1962.
Source: FIFA - 21 July 2016 16:39
Al Jassam: Asian football has developed a lot
21 July 2016 14:22

FIFA.com caught up with Saudi Arabia midfielder Taiseer Al Jassam who talks about his country's ambitions of reaching Russia 2018, his disappointment of missing out on Germany 2006 and how the Green Falcons are looking to re-establish themselves among Asia's elite. 

Source: FIFA - 21 July 2016 14:22
Thorsteinsdottir: Iceland the best we’ve ever been
21 July 2016 12:14
Iceland captured the hearts of football fans everywhere with their exploits at UEFA EURO 2016 and the outlook for their women's team and the game in general is just as bright, as star striker Harpa Thorsteinsdottir told FIFA.com.
Source: FIFA - 21 July 2016 12:14
Solomons star offers unique triple threat
21 July 2016 10:38
To feature in one FIFA tournament, let alone two, is an impressive achievement. But Solomon Islands’ Micah Lea’alafa is on the verge of accomplishing something truly special.
Source: FIFA - 21 July 2016 10:38

F.A.Q.

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It is possible to make a deposit into your internet account from any Sports4Africa accredited outlets. The player gives the desired cash amount to the retailer and in return receives a voucher bearing a unique identification number. Entering this unique number on the S4A website or via SMS will immediately credit the account of the deposited amount.

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Combination bets allow you to bet on several bets at once with a single amount. If all the bets are winners, you get your money back as well as the product of the odds, allowing you to increase your winning substantially. Hence, someone who places 100 on 3 draws, each with odds of 3 could win the following amount if all the draws come up: 100 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 2700. You can combine up to 20 matches in a list

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