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Time is running out for the club and so is the die-hard fan’s patience!
The Euro 2016 final was a match worth the watch. The title favourite, France, which had been on an offensive mode, lost to Portugal, the underdogs of the tournament. Portugal’s win gives us some very important life lessons, including certain financial insights pertaining especially to insurance.
PARIS (Reuters) - Substitute Eder scored in extra-time to give Portugal a 1-0 win over hosts France in the Euro 2016 final on Sunday as they secured their first major international title despite losin...
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The bugle has blown! The 2016 UEFA European Championships has just kicked off in France. This time, there are 24 teams (instead of the usual 16) which means more competition, fierce battles and stars who have had great domestic seasons and are now itching to showcase their prowess in front of the world.
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Ten years after his infamous headbutt on Italian defender Marco Materazzi which earned him a red-card, retired France football great Zinedine Zidane today expressed regret over the incident in the 200...
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The league season is over but the football fans have a reason to rejoice this year because they won't be deprived of the action in coming few weeks. From today, UEFA Euro 2016 is starting at 11.30 pm...
KOLKATA -- Soccer has always been close to the people's heart in West Bengal, but footballs are no longer produced in the state. "Bengal was supplier of footballs in the past, but now the demand is fu...
Just For Kicks
It's not easy to be a woman, especially when it comes being an athlete in a field that is dominated by men. In a shocking revelation, former Indian women's football team captain Sona Chaudhary has mad...
In 2011, Neha Sahu co-founded Just For Kicks--an initiative that provided kids from low-income schools a platform to play football and apply learnings from the experience to academics. Today, there are more than 160 participating teams from both Teach For India as well as other miscellaneous low-income private and government schools.
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One of the biggest debates among football fans across the globe has always been about who's a better player: Is it Barcelona's Lionel Messi or Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo? On Sunday morning, one s...
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There are two reasons why I decided to forgo my cherished winter-morning sleep today and pen down this letter: firstly, to thank you for your endeavour, and no doubt great amount of funding, to bring football to the cricket-loving masses of this nation; secondly, to bring to your knowledge certain questions which football-loving Indian fans have on their minds.
I decided to go for the game between the Delhi Dynamos FC and Chennaiyin FC on October 8 in New Delhi to see for myself how Indian football fans are reacting to the country's newest sporting league. As I got off the metro I saw hordes of fans heading towards the stadium. There was excitement and the sound of desi vuvuzelas in the air. The massive crowd at the stadium gates was a pleasant surprise. People were checking their tickets, taking selfies and lining up to enter the stadium.