World Cup prize money rises

World Cup prize money rises

The 32 national teams competing at the 2018 World Cup will share $400 million (344 million euros) in prize money, a 12 percent increase from the 2014 tournament, Fifa said Friday.

Baxter picks squad to face Senegal

Baxter picks squad to face Senegal

South African coach Stuart Baxter has turned to Siphiwe Tshabalala, 33, in their bid to grab World Cup qualification at the expense of next month's opponents Senegal.

Russia increase World Cup budget

Russia increase World Cup budget

Russia has increased the budget for the 2018 World Cup by $600 million, according to a decree published on the government's official site on Tuesday.

Fifa reject Ghana complaint

Fifa reject Ghana complaint

FIFA says it will not act on Ghana's complaint about refereeing in a World Cup qualifying match last weekend.

Messi and Ronaldo show moves to Russia

Messi and Ronaldo show moves to Russia

The possibility of a World Cup without Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi turned out to be a false alarm, yet next year’s tournament will still have a major absentee after the United States’ extraordinary failure to qualify on Tuesday.

Who needs to do what to get to Russia

Who needs to do what to get to Russia

Who needs what to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, with 13 of the 32 nations already qualified:

Tunisia, Morocco and Senegal best placed to progress

Tunisia, Morocco and Senegal best placed to progress

Tunisia, Senegal and Morocco are well placed to complete in November the five-nation African line-up for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Egypt qualify after dramatic win

Egypt qualify after dramatic win

Mohamed Salah scored with a last-gasp penalty to book Egypt a place in the World Cup finals for the first time in 28 years as they edged Congo 2-1 in their dramatic Group E qualifier on Sunday.

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