Bird Brown: Upon further review, enough with the replays in soccer — and sports
There are some amazing things that happen on the field of play, and then there are just some really dumb facets of the game that I will never understand.
FIFA looks to expand Women's World Cup from 24 to 32 teams
FIFA is looking to expand the Women's World Cup from 24 to 32 teams.
My World Cup leave, or how I dropped everything to watch the U.S. Women's National Team storm through France
If supporting the U.S. women's soccer team meant I had to travel to Europe and scooter around French bars and stadiums — oui, I will make that sacrifice.
Baltimore's American Outlaws draw next generation — and even a rival fan — to Women's World Cup watch party
Fans of all ages and from both sides of the Atlantic joined Baltimore's American Outlaws to watch the U.S. defeat England in a Women's World Cup semifinal.
U.S. women's soccer team deserves greater financial support
Pulling a red card on all the men who think underpaid women's soccer players deserve their second class status (and don't see that as sexist).
Soccer could benefit from its own technology
If you want to eliminate the theatrics that is becoming so prevalent in the game of soccer, use the same VAR technology used to confirm the official’s call to penalize the player/actor for his or her attempt to embellish the official’s call.
Landing a piece of the 2026 World Cup presents opportunities for Baltimore
bs-ed-world-cup-20180614Baltimore may get a piece of the 2026 World Cup of soccer — can the city find a way to get more than a one-time benefit out of it?
A guide for the (very) casual soccer fan trying to understand the 2018 World Cup
Here are some tips and terms to learn as you try to navigate the world of World Cup soccer this summer.
With 2026 FIFA World Cup awarded to North American bid, Baltimore moves closer to soccer's biggest stage
Washington, New York/New Jersey and Philadelphia are among the other host city finalists, which will be set in 2020.
How to watch the 2018 World Cup: TV schedule, groups, odds and what you need to know
Getting ready to watch the World Cup? Here's everything you need to know before tuning in for the next four weeks.
With FIFA vote Wednesday, World Cup could return to U.S. and make Baltimore debut in 2026
“There's a lot of things that bode well for Baltimore and M&T Bank Stadium,” said Terry Hasseltine, executive director of Maryland Sports, an agency of the Maryland Stadium Authority.
M&T Bank Stadium will shine red, white and blue in support of North American bid for 2026 World Cup
If the united bid of the United States, Mexico and Canada is chosen, Baltimore — and M&T Bank Stadium — have a chance to host a World Cup game.
Baltimore makes cut for list of potential 2026 World Cup host cities
The city faces tough competition, however.
Baltimore interested in hosting games in combined North American bid for 2026 World Cup
Cities have until Sept. 5 to declare their interest in taking part in the bid process.
MLB reviews security at all parks after Fenway racial slurs
Major League Baseball is reviewing its security protocols in all 30 stadiums after Orioles outfielder Adam Jones complained of fans shouting racial slurs.
Baltimore 'ready, willing and able' to host FIFA World Cup games in 2026
The U.S.-led bid, launched Monday, expects 60 games to be played stateside, with 10 in Canada and 10 in Mexico.
World Cup champs evening things up a bit
A look at the teams in the quarterfinals of the World Cup
The quarterfinals at the Women's World Cup are set. Here's a look at the upcoming matches, and how the teams have fared so far in Canada.
When throwing out the trash, don't forget FIFA
U.S. World Cup bid: Md.'s recipe for economic disaster
Bringing the World Cup home
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Atlanta's atmosphere is brought north D.C. soccer committee tries to create experience; Olympic
Japan 1, S. Korea 1 both won; Soccer diplomacy: World Cup forces bitter rivals to cooperate.
Its opponents are dealing boxing low blow
Staples joins women's national team
Africa gains 2 World Cup slots
U.S. Cup brimming with profits WORLD CUP 1994
Shootout shoots down title game
For Sweden, suddenly memorable
Refs face pressure of ban, too WORLD CUP 1994
Cup becoming American success story WORLD CUP
Under FIFA's control, football tourney hasn't always been a kick
Off-field troubles conquer Indomitable Lions
U.S. team is winner on field, and in television ratings
Momentum deserts Saudis in 2-1 defeat WORLD CUP 1994
Can Soccer Go Big League in the U.S.?
Soccer's goal: American enthusiasm WORLD CUP 1994
If glitz was goal, Final Draw scored big
U.S. plans outdoor league
World Cup tickets out of this world From $25 to $475, sales begin soon
Chicago site seen likely for FIFA Baltimore's hopes hinged on D.C. game
Foreman on the ropes for another title...
Walker wants to finish career with AtlantaHerschel...
World Cup ticket buyers can count on luck of Irish MSL notebook
Washington gets World Cup games Eight other cities will be hosts in '94
D.C. group to hear on World Cup bid
Now isn't time to press labor issue
MISLPA's complaint may not be in cards