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With FIFA preparing to move the 2022 World Cup to cooler months, we answer many of the questions raised by the proposal.

Once the prime destination for soccer viewing and fan bonding, the Arlington pub is scheduled to shut down next week.

A look at the two teams set to battle for soccer's biggest prize.

The Americans seek a spot in this weekend's quarterfinals in Brazil.

The U.S. national soccer team has a golden opportunity to clinch a round-of-16 berth in the World Cup.

If the American can't pick up points against Ghana in its opening match on Monday, its road through the tournament could become impossibly steep.

Twitter just released country code hashtags that feature flag emoticons. Call them "hashflags."

Legal (and-not-so legal ways) of watching the World Cup when you're not in front of a TV, plus a calendar to help you keep track of every match.

For better or worse, this is the squad Juergen Klinsmann has selected. With three tuneups before the World Cup, we should get a peek at what the American coach wants to do with this group.

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