Previous
Austria
England
0
0
Canc
Game Details
Poland
Russia
0
0
Canc
Game Details
Ukraine
Northern Ireland
0
0
Canc
Game Details
Next

Former Brazil striker Fred cycling 600 km to rejoin Fluminense

ESPN's 2014 World Cup crew describe the emotion and pain that came with the host nation's defeat vs. Germany.

Former Brazil striker Fred is leaving Cruzeiro to return to his previous team Fluminense and surprised their fans on Monday by announcing he would be cycling the 600 kilometres to join his new club.

- ESPN+: Stream ESPN FC TV daily and 30 for 30: Soccer Stories
- Insider Notebook: United battle Liverpool for Werner  
- Drive-in football! Fans watch in cars, limos and quad bikes

The 36-year old signed a two-year contract with Fluminense on Sunday and a day later announced...

Juan Carlos Osorio doubted Mexico players believed they could beat Brazil

Herculez Gomez reacts to LAFC striker Carlos Vela's comments about playing for Mexico at the Olympics.
Herculez Gomez says having Jurgen Klopp in charge wouldn't have improved Mexico's 2018 World Cup performance.
Former Mexico coach Javier Aguirre says he made one of the worst mistakes of his career at the 2002 World Cup.

Former Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said he was met with silence when he asked El Tri's players if they could defeat Brazil in the Round of 16 of Russia 2018 World Cup and has questioned whether Mexico had the quality to pull it off.

Osorio's team defeated Germany in the opening game of the tournament and then picked up three points against South Korea, before falling to Sweden in the final group game and eventually losing 2-0 to Brazil in the Round of 16.

- ESPN+: Stream ESPN FC TV daily and 

Brazil's 7-1 World Cup loss to Germany still haunts the Selecao

ESPN's 2014 World Cup crew describe the emotion and pain that came with the host nation's defeat vs. Germany.
Brazilian legend Pele explains why winning the World Cup in Mexico was his best memory in a Brazil shirt.
Real Madrid and Brazil defender Marcelo shows he hasn't lost his touch during the break.

In these long months without football, there is a natural tendency to search for a happy space, to relive glorious moments from the past.

Brazilian TV has certainly been indulging in the temptation. No other country can surely have been replaying too many matches from the Confederations Cup, but Brazil have won it so many times that such games can be wheeled out once more and used as morale boosters. The country also has relived the World Cup triumphs of 1994 and 2002.

- ESPN+: Stream ESPN...

Brazil: Rio de Janeiro clubs get OK for June training despite rising number of coronavirus cases

Real Madrid and Brazil defender Marcelo shows he hasn't lost his touch during the break.

The Rio de Janeiro government told football teams on Monday they could resume full training in June despite coronavirus cases being on the rise in Brazil.

The city's mayor met with club representatives on Sunday and agreed that players can immediately begin gym work and physiotherapy, with full training to begin next month.

- Stream new episodes of ESPN FC Monday-Friday on ESPN+
Stream every episode of 30 for 30: Soccer Stories on ESPN+
- Where Europe's top leagues stand on finishing 2019-20...

As Brazil's coronavirus crisis worsens, top clubs play political football

Brazil's coronavirus death toll is rising alarmingly, with Tuesday the first day in which the 24-hour total topped 1,000, adding to a national total that is approaching 18,000 and increasing the strain on health systems, with some cities close to buckling. Only the United States and Russia have more confirmed COVID-19 cases than Brazil. 

But even as the numbers grow amid the pandemic, there remains a desire in some quarters for football to return, with President Jair Bolsonaro having made no...