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  • What are the secrets of Iran’s success in India?Iran's march into the quarter-finals at India 2017 is the nation's best result in the history of the competition and continues a remarkable few months of success.
  • Iran make history as England, Mali and Spain advance

    Iran, Spain, England and Mali emerged victorious in the day’s four Round-of-16 ties at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.

  • Al Hilal through to Asian final

    Al Hilal progressed to the final of the AFC Champions League after a 2-2 draw against Persepolis at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Muscat.

     
  • Ayiah: Ghana can go all the wayGhana captain Eric Ayiah revealed that he and his team-mates have every intention of winning the FIFA U-17 World Cup title come Saturday 28 October in Kolkata, India.
  • Shoot-out drama goes England's wayEngland goalkeeper Curtis Anderson saved a penalty and converted one of his own in a shoot-out victory over Japan that sees the Three Lions into the quarter-finals at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017.
  • Mali ease into the quarter-finalsMali cruised to a 5-1 victory over Iraq in the Round of 16 at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 in Goa on Tuesday evening.
  • Iran hold off Mexico to make last eightIran made it four wins from four matches at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 and qualified for the quarter-finals after they made two early goals stand up against a game Mexican side.
  • Late penalty sends Spain throughA late penalty by Abel Ruiz sent Spain into the quarter-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 after a 2-1 victory over France in Guwahati on Tuesday.
  • Europe’s eight play-off contenders in numbers

    Eight teams discovered their opponents who stand in their way of a ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, but how do they fair in the European play-offs themselves? We analyse the eight teams and how they have fared in the past.

  • Europe's play-off participants learn fate

    The match-ups to contest the final four European tickets to the 2018 FIFA World Russia™ have been decided, as the play-off ties featuring the group stage's eight best second-placed sides were confirmed in Zurich on Tuesday.

     
  • When Russia stunned England at the Luzhniki

    As the Luzhniki Stadium gears up for being a pivotal part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia extravaganza, we look back ten years to one of the host nation's most notable wins in recent memory with the game's hero: Roman Pavlyuchenko.

  • Relive the European play-off drawOn Tuesday 17 October, FIFA.com streamed live the Official Draw for the European FIFA World Cup play-off, which took  place at the Home of FIFA in Zurich at 14:00 CET.
  • Shevchenko: All three finalists deserve to be The BestSpeaking exclusively with FIFA.com, Ukraine head coach Andriy Shevchenko gives his opinion on the three finalists for The Best FIFA Men’s Player 2017 Award, while also discussing the Italian flavour of the Men's Coach Award.
  • Weah: I was just so excitedFIFA.com spoke to USA’s hat-trick hero Tim Weah after Monday’s big win over Paraguay to get a sense of what the result in New Delhi meant to him and his side.
  • Germany, USA cruise into last eightNew Delhi bade farewell to the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 on Monday, hosting the first two Round of 16 matches, which ended in comprehensive wins for Germany and USA.
  • Weah hat-trick leads USA to five-goal triumphA Tim Weah hat-trick helped USA to a 5-0 victory over Paraguay in their Round of 16 clash at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 in New Delhi on Monday.
  • Germany cruise into the quarter-finalsGermany booked their place in the quarter-finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 with a convincing 4-0 victory over Colombia in New Delhi on Monday.
  • Celtic fans & the Lisbon Lions: A 50-year love affair

    Jim Craig, a member of Celtic's European Cup-winning Lisbon Lions team, talks to FIFA.com about the tribute that earned the Bhoys supporters a FIFA Fan Award nomination and a special, enduring bond.

  • GORILLA: It will be an honour to meet The Best

    FIFA.com caught up with Spencer ‘GORILLA’ Ealing, winner of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 who – along with prize money of USD 200,000 – also won a ticket to the upcoming The Best FIFA Football Awards™ in London.

  • FIFA U-17 World Cup India celebrates World Food Day with Feeding IndiaOn 16 October, to celebrate World Food Day, FIFA and the LOC organised a very special event for 70 girls at a Feeding India shelter home in Delhi.
  • Inspiring story makes FIFA World Cup dreams come true for mother and sonAn inspirational mother and son from India are the first winners of FIFA’s ‘Bring Someone Special’ campaign, which will take them through an exciting journey to the Opening Match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.
  • Carlos Eduardo: Our goal is the final

    FIFA.com catches up with Carlos Eduardo, the latest Brazilian making his mark at Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal - hoping to win the AFC Champions League and clinch a spot at this year's FIFA Club World Cup in the UAE.

  • All you need to know about Tuesday's European play-off draw

    The draw will take place at the Home of FIFA in Zurich on Tuesday 17 October at 14:00 (local time) and will be live streamed on FIFA.com and FIFA's YouTube channel. 

  • Peru, Spain into top ten as Germany stay at the summitPeru have climbed into the top ten of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking for the first time in an edition marked by the recent, decisive FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
  • Cahill’s best of the bestTim Cahill's 50 international goals have been spread across three FIFA World Cups and 13 years on the international stage. FIFA.com takes a look at some of the milestone strikes from Australia's talisman.
  • Gomes and the secret of Les Bleuets' successFrance captain Claudio Gomes, who plays a key role both on the pitch as a midfielder, and off it in the day-to-day life of the group, lifts the lid on what goes on behind the scenes inside Les Bleuets' camp.
  • Nakamura: I want to contributeAhead of their Round of 16 match versus England, FIFA.com sat down with Japan striker Keito Nakamura, and decided to turn the interview into a game of 'Either ... or…'.
  • Future is now for female referees

    If you watched the hugely entertaining encounter between Japan and New Caledonia at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017, you may not have noticed the referee. And that’s exactly the way she likes it.

  • Totti: Messi, Neymar & Ronaldo are footballing aliensA bona fide Roma and Italian legend, Francesco Totti knows The Best when he sees it. The recently-retired midfielder let us know who he thinks is in line to pick up the honours at The Best FIFA Football Awards later this month.
  • Lucio: No reason to get complacentFIFA.com caught up with FIFA World Cup™ winner Lucio ahead of Brazil's Round of 16 tie against Honduras to discuss the U-17 World Cup and football in India.

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