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The Beijing Olympics are now a month away including the Under 23’s Olympic football tournament to be held at different venues in China. While many people may think otherwise, it is actually a tournament with a lot of history and with a lot of purpose. Firstly, what many people don’t know is that the Olympic tournament was the first international football tournament, the World Cup was created afterwards and was largely the result of the success of this Olympic tournament. Secondly, the Olympic tournament provides teams (and fans alike) with a good indication as to how teams are shaping up… Continue reading

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In a game of soccer, you might have come across the point where a whistle was blown and a player stopped from performing his action. This is because he was on the offside. You might wonder, what is this offside rule in soccer?

Well, offside is a point in the field where a player becomes too close to the opponent’s goal line. In fact, the player in the defender’s half of the field and comes much close to the goals line that the ball and the second last opponent. The purpose of the offside rule… Continue reading

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 01, 2012

The Leading Hotels of the World are renowned for their service and attention to the needs of sophisticated travelers, and these thoughtful expressions extend to even the youngest of guests, with special kids clubs and childrens programs.

Among the many Leading Hotels that have created special, value-rich packages, here are just a few:

Celebrating the 2012 Olympics, the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickenss birth, as well as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeths Jubilee, London is alive with attractions for the entire family. And as befits a hotel bearing the Royal Warrant, The… Continue reading

FIFA News

Retired sprinter Usain Bolt gives his thoughts on this year’s The Best FIFA Football Awards™ candidates, discusses his desire to start a career playing football and tells us what it takes to be the be [read]

Spain U-17 stars Nacho Diaz, Diego Pampin, and Marc Vidal reveal their daily study routine during the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 to FIFA.com. [read]

George Weah’s kid emulating a FIFA World Cup milestone-maker and a striker surpassing some of the sport’s greatest-ever teenagers feature in FIFA.com’s latest stats review, along with miss-kicks and s [read]

Algeria legend Rabah Madjer has been appointed as head coach of the Algerian national team following their unsuccessful bid to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. [read]

For many children, the matches at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India have been far more than just a 90-minute quest for victory. [read]

After Iceland made history by becoming the smallest nation to qualify for the FIFA World Cup, FIFA.com hears from Gylfi Sigurdsson about what it meant to the country, avenging the heartbreak of missin [read]

FIFA.com spoke exclusively with Angel Guillermo Hoyos, the man who coached Lionel Messi at Barcelona from 2000 to 2003 and the first person to compare him with Argentina legend Diego Maradona. [read]

The Team Liaison Officers (TLOs) at the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 have excellent language skills, but what about their knowledge of football? FIFA.com speaks to three TLOs to learn more. [read]

There are just four days left until we reveal the winners of The Best FIFA Football Awards™ at a glittering ceremony at the world famous London Palladium. [read]