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World Cup Explorer

An interactive map containing news feeds, schedules and rosters for all 32 teams.

U.S. Roster

Bios of every player on the 23-man U.S. squad (with video).

World Cup database

Results since the Cup began in 1930, searchable by year, country and round.

A blog by and for fans. Send your thoughts and pictures to post@wapocup.posterous.com.

Take a look through The Post's World Cup 2010 coverage.

Multimedia
Spain

Andres Iniesta scores in the 116th minute to deliver Spain its first title.

Referee

Soccer fans in the Netherlands rejoiced after the Dutch defeated Uruguay.

Bob Bradley

Bob Bradley says he'd be 'honored' to stay on as U.S. men's soccer coach.

Landon Donovan

Landon Donovan was on CBS to talk about his World Cup experience.

Controversial ball

Scientists study the Jabulani to see if it's different than other soccer balls.

France players

France's testy players return to the practice field after a one-day boycott.

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