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Cristiano Ronaldo’s $107 Million European Venture Expands to Middle East to Aid Alopecia Disease Sufferers

Cristiano Ronaldo's multi-million hair clinic has now started business in the Middle East, as per the soccer icon's latest update.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Given Ultimatum: Deadline Set for Statement Amid Ban Threat: Reports

After reports deemed CR7 was handed a suspension for his controversial gesture, Cristiano Ronaldo is seemingly hit with a new deadline.

Friendly – Al Nassr v Al Hilal

Pep Guardiola Explains Why Erling Haaland’s Goal Blitz Hinges on Kevin De Bruyne’s Support Following 5-Goal Haul

Erling Haaland & KDB contributed to 4 goals in Manchester City's FA Cup goal-fest and Pep Guardiola revealed the secret of their chemistry.

Erling Haaland and Kevin De Bruyne

Manchester City Injury Report: Pep Guardiola Confirms Second Groin Injury for Jack Grealish Post FA Cup Triumph

After thumping Luton Town 2-6 in their FA Cup Clash, Pep Guardiola confirms Jack Grealish's second consecutive injury to the media.


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‘Unfair’ Cristiano Ronaldo Treatment Irks Talisca Amid Potential Ban- “Those Who Criticize Cristiano From Outside Saudi Arabia..”

Al Nassr star Talisca has defended skipper Cristiano Ronaldo from criticism with fans questioning his impact on the Saudi Pro League.

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Despite $500 Million Worth Lionel Messi Effect, WSL Beats MLS & NWSL On Google

Despite a massive boost from Lionel Messi transforming soccer in the United States, the WSL continues to be more searched by fans on Google.

Saurabh Saket

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Cristiano Ronaldo Ban – Here’s How Luis Castro Reacted After Al Nassr Star’s Suspension Rumors Rock Saudi League

Al Nassr head coach Luis Castro isn't sweating much despite the Saudi Arabian Football Federation imposing a ban on Cristiano Ronaldo.

Saurabh Saket

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Cristiano Ronaldo & Luis Castro

MLS News- Philippe Coutinho Teases Lionel Messi Reunion at Inter Miami With Optimistic Comments

Despite joining a Middle Eastern side, Phillipe Coutinho hasn't ruled out a move to Inter Miami to play alongside Lionel Messi.

Saurabh Saket

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Kylian Mbappe & Emir of Qatar’s Meet Up Is a Promotional Strategy – Real Reason Revealed

While rumors swirled around Kylian Mbappe and his sudden meet with the French president, the reason behind the meeting has been revealed.

Saurabh Saket

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Erling Haaland Preparing to Splurge $3.4 Million on a Mercedes Supercar Equipped With 5 F1 Engines

Manchester City star Erling Haaland is getting ready to spend $3.4 million on a Mercedes supercar with five Formula 1 engines.

Abhishek Mishra

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Premier League – Manchester City v Burnley

FC Barcelona Erases Dani Alves’ Club Legend Status Following Guilty Verdict in Court Trial

FC Barcelona strips Dani Alves of his legendary player status at the Catalan club, after his involvement in a sexual assault court case.

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The history of modern soccer can be dated back to the mid-nineteenth century when local clubs in England came forward and established a set of rules, leading to the formation of the Football Association in London, England, on 26 October 1863. A total of 11 soccer clubs were present at the first meeting of the FA, along with representatives from different schools. Eight years after its culmination, the FA had 50 member clubs. In 1872, the association started the world's oldest competition to this date: the FA Cup. Since the FA Cup was a knockout competition, 12 clubs decided to start the Football League. It was the top-tier league competition in England till 1992. However, in 1992, 22 teams decided to split and formed the Premier League.

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Soccer is also known as football in many countries around the world. In 1885, the USA played its first international soccer game, which followed the rules and regulations of the London FA laws. The United States Soccer Federation was founded in 1913 and is the governing body of soccer in the United States. It also governs the Major League Soccer and the National Women's Soccer League.

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The United States men's national team played its first game against Canada in 1885, which was also the first international game outside of the United Kingdom.

First international soccer game

England and Scotland played the world's first-ever international soccer game in 1872. It was held in Partick, Glasgow. The game ended scoreless with 0-0 on the scoreboard. Queen's Park club players represented Scottish players, while the English team had players from 9 different clubs.

History of the FIFA World Cup

Uruguay hosted the first World Cup tournament in 1930. Hosts Uruguay beat Argentina 4-2 in the final to lift the inaugural world cup. The winner of the World Cup lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy, named after FIFA president Jules Rimet. However, 40 years later, the FIFA World Cup Trophy was designed to replace the old trophy.

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The Brazilian national team remains the most successful team in world cup history with 5 titles. Germany and Italy have four titles each. Uruguay, Argentina, and France are next on the list with 2 titles. England and Spain are the other winners, with one title each. No team from AFC, CAF, CONCACAF, and OFC has won the world cup.

2022 FIFA World Cup


AFC: Australia, Iran, Japan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea

CAF: Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia

CONCACAF: Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, United States

CONMEBOL: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay

UEFA: Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Wales

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Qatar hosted the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Argentina ran out winners after beating defending champions, France in the final. Lionel Messi won the Golden Ball award for the best player in the World Cup.

2023 FIFA Women's World Cup

The 2023 FIFA Women's soccer World Cup will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand. It is the first FIFA Women's world cup to be jointly hosted by two nations. It will take place from 20 July to 20 August 2023. USWNT are the defending champions with two back-to-back trophies.

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For the first time 32 teams will be able to participate in the Women's World Cup, same as the men's world cup.