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The hosts have announced their provisional squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, with coach Stanislav Cherchesov naming a 28-man selection, which will be whittled down to 23 in time for the tournament.

Forward Artem Dzyuba has made his return to the squad after more than 18 months since his last appearance for Sbornaya. Though he will be competing with the likes of uncapped standout performer Fedor Chalov, with the 20-year-old hitting seven for CSKA Moscow in the last month. Another fresh face in Dinamo Moscow’s Alexander Tashaev also makes the cut.

The full line-up will head to Novogorsk, accompanied by an additional seven players in reserve – including the likes of Denis Glushakov and Dmitry Kombarov, for their last training camp before kicking off against Saudi Arabia on 14 June.

All squads are provisional until the final list of 23 players is announced by FIFA, following their submission by participating teams, on 4 June.

Russia provisional squad

Goalkeepers: Igor Akinfeev (CSKA Moscow), Vladimir Gabulov (Club Brugge, Belgium), Soslan Dzhanaev (Rubin Kazan), Andrey Lunev (Zenit St Petersburg);

Defenders: Vladimir Granat, Ruslan Kambolov, Fedor Kudryashov (all Rubin Kazan), Ilya Kutepov (Spartak Moscow), Roman Neustadter (Fenerbahce, Turkey), Konstantin Rausch (Dynamo Moscow), Andrey Semenov (Akhmat Grozny), Igor Smolnikov (Zenit St Petersburg), Mario Fernandes (CSKA Moscow);

Midfielders: Yuri Gazinskiy (Krasnodar), Alexsandr Golovin, Alan Dzagoev (both CSKA Moscow), Alexsandr Erokhin, Yuri Zhirkov, Daler Kuzyaev (all Zenit St Petersburg), Roman Zobnin, Alexsandr Samedov (both Spartak Moscow), Anton Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moscow), Alexsandr Tashaev (Dynamo Moscow), Denis Cheryshev (Villarreal, Spain);

Forwards: Artem Dzyuba (Arsenal Tula), Aleksey Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moscow), Fedor Smolov (Krasnodar), Fedor Chalov (CSKA Moscow).

Additional seven: goalkeeper Marianato Guilherme (Lokomotiv Moscow); defenders Vladislav Ignatiev (Lokomotiv Moscow) and Dmitry Kombarov (Spartak Moscow); midfielders Denis Glushakov (Spartak Moscow) and Anton Shvets; forwards Anton Zabolotny and Dmitry Poloz (both Zenit St Petersburg).

Uncapped quartet in Polish selection

Poland coach Adam Nawalka has named a wide-ranging provisional squad of 35 ahead of Russia 2018, including four uncapped players ahead of slimming down to his final selection.

While the likes of 97-cap veteran Jakub Blaszczykowski returns to the squad after an injury-hit season, the inclusion of Damian Kadzior, Krzysztof Piatek, Sebastian Szymanski and Szymon Zurkowski, alongside a further five with just one cap, present a fresh-looking line-up.

Poland provisional squad

Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town, England), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City, Wales), Lukasz Skorupski (Roma, Italy), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus, Italy);

Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton, England), Bartosz Bereszynski (Sampdoria, Italy), Thiago Cionek (SPAL, Italy), Kamil Glik (Monaco, France), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Marcin Kaminski (Stuttgart, Germany), Tomasz Kedziora (Dynamo Kyiv, Ukraine), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund, Germany);

Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (Wolfsburg, Germany), Pawel Dawidowicz (Palermo, Italy), Przemyslaw Frankowski (Jagiellonia Bialystok), Jacek Goralski (Ludogorets Razgrad, Bulgaria), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City, England), Damian Kadzior (Gornik Zabrze), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion, England), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze), Karol Linetty (Sampdoria, Italy), Maciej Makuszewski (Lech Poznan), Krzysztof Maczynski (Legia Warsaw), Slawomir Peszko (Lechnia Gdansk), Maciej Rybus (Lokomotiv Moscow, Russia), Sebastian Szymanski (Legia Warsaw), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli, Italy), Szymon Zurkowski (Gornik Zabrze);

Forwards: Dawid Kownacki (Sampdoria, Italy), Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich, Germany), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli, Italy), Krzysztof Piatek (Cracovia), Lukasz Teodorczyk (Anderlecht, Belgium), Kamil Wilczek (Brondby, Denmark).

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With Russia 2018 looming fast on the horizon, we now offer fans the opportunity to vote for the FIFA World Cup’s greatest team.

  • Vote for the World Cup’s Greatest Team on the FIFA World Cup Twitter account
  • FIFA World Cup Greatest Teams bracket voting starts on Saturday 12 May
  • Fans can vote for their favourite team each day, winner announced on 21 May

As we draw ever closer to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, it’s time for you to take another trip down memory lane with FIFA.​

Once again, we have dug deep into our archives, and now invite you to take part in the FIFA World Cup Greatest Teams bracket.

From midday CET on Saturday 12 May, we will be pitting the 20 previous winners, and 12 ‘wildcards’ against each other.

You can take part in voting for the Greatest Team in World Cup history on the official FIFA World Cup Twitter account.

Taking on board feedback from fans during our recent ‘Greatest Goals’ vote on the official FIFA World Cup Facebook page, we are now giving you 21 hours to cast your vote. Whatever timezone you are in, we’ll ensure you can have your say.

The bracket will move through a group stage, Round of 16, quarter-finals and semi-finals before we get down to the final two.

Which team will come out on top? There will be huge debate. But no trophy! We hope fans young and old will once again enjoy seeing some vintage archive World Cup content.

Remember; you, the fans, will decide our winner!

Visit the official FIFA World Cup Twitter account today.

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FIFA.com’s new Classic World Cup homepage transports users back in time, allowing you to revisit every previous tournament through Final highlights, iconic images and exclusive interviews from FIFA World Cup™ legends.

  • ​Relive historic World Cup moments with FIFA.com’s new Classic World Cup homepage
  • Packed with Final highlights, iconic images, exclusive interviews and more
  • Immerse yourself in all previous 20 global finals ahead of Russia 2018

From the Maracanazo to the Miracle of Berne, from the wonders of Pele to the marvels of Maradona, the FIFA World Cup™ has produced so many historic moments – and you can relive them all on FIFA.com!

Our newly-launched Classic World Cup homepage transports users back in time, allowing you to revisit every previous tournament through Final highlights, iconic images and exclusive interviews from World Cup legends.

Whether you want to watch the highlights of the first ever World Cup final in 1930 or take a detailed, interactive look at the prized Trophy, FIFA.com has you covered.

Is there a World Cup edition that resonates with you? Whether you’re mad about Mexico 1986 or want to know more about Sweden 1958, you can also visit our dedicated tournament pages.

Packed with intriguing video features, stunning photos and exclusive interviews, you can relive all previous 20 global finals to whet the appetite ahead of Russia 2018.

Fabio Cannavaro, Horst Eckel, Just Fontaine, Geoff Hurst, Mario Kempes, Diego Maradona, Lothar Matthaus, Gerd Muller, Pele, Carles Puyol, Romario, Ronaldo, Paolo Rossi – and many more – are among the legends sharing their World Cup memories with us.

We also had the immense privilege to chat with Alcides Ghiggia, the man who silenced the Maracana in 1950, and Francisco Varallo, who played in the first World Cup Final, shorty before they passed away aged 88 and 100 respectively.

Not only that, you can also experience iconic matches in full. Whether you want to see Paolo Rossi’s Italy take on Zico’s Brazil in 1982 or Cameroon shocking then-champions Argentina in 1990, you can take in the full 90 minutes. Or if you wanted to see Argentina-England from 1986 – the game which included Maradona’s controversial ‘Hand of God’ and a winning goal that was voted goal of the century by users of FIFA.com – why not watch it below?

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A new name will be engraved on the OFC Champions League with New Zealand’s Team Wellington and Fiji’s Lautoka lining-up for a shot at a maiden continental triumph over the coming two weekends. 

Auckland City’s elimination at the hands of their compatriots in the recent semi-final also means a new Oceania representative will feature at the FIFA Club World Cup, which will be held late this year in the United Arab Emirates. The Navy Blues saw their seven-year run come to an end, ending a period highlighted by consistent showings at the Club World Cup from the part-timers, most notably a third-place finish in 2014.

2018 OFC Champions League final  
First leg – Sunday 13 May

Team Wellington v Lautoka

David Farrington Park, Wellington

Kick-Off: 14:00 local time (4am CET)

Second leg – Sunday 20 May
Lautoka FC v Team Wellington
Churchill Park, Lautoka
Kick-Off: 14:00 local time (4am CET)

Team Wellington  
The side from the New Zealand capital will be warm favourites after featuring in the past three finals, before finally getting their revenge over the Navy Blues a fortnight ago in a gripping last-four encounter. Team Wellington have constantly been in and around the honours on the domestic stage for numerous years, finishing second on the league ladder in four of the past five seasons.

Team Wellington’s English coach Jose Figueira has experience to fall back upon despite his youth, having recently been appointed New Zealand under-17 coach as well as an assistant to the senior national side. Team Wellington will undoubtedly be looking to open brightly and build a strong buffer on home soil, ahead of a potentially challenging return encounter in Melanesia.

Lautoka  
There is a buzz about Fiji football again following the success of the nation’s U-20 and U-23 teams in recent years, and now Lautoka have laid down a marker at club level. Lautoka will become the first Fijian side to feature in a Champions League final since iconic local outfit Ba way back in 2007. The Fijians will be aiming to be the first non-New Zealand side to win the competition since Hekari United’s unexpected breakthrough in 2010.

Lautoka collected impressive away wins against Tahiti’s AS Dragon and Solomon Islands’ Marist in the knockout stage, but the opening tie in Wellington is likely to be a key factor in determining the eventual winner. Team Wellington secured two one-sided friendly wins over Lautoka last year, but the Fijians personnel has since changed. Solomon star Benjamin Totori has arrived, along with two players with experience of New Zealand’s national competition in Cory Chettleburgh and Brian Kaltack.

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  • BSC Young Boys win inaugural women’s title
  • Swiss side defeated Valencia CF 1-0 in the final
  • Ilona Guede Redondo voted player of the tournament

WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT REVIEW – The first-ever women’s tournament at the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup certainly had a worthy winner! BSC Young Boys emerged victorious after a tense final, defeating Spanish club Valencia CF 1-0. Striker Ilona Guede Redondo scored the winning goal after bagging a brace in the semi-final, meaning that she was responsible for three of her team’s five goals in Buchlern. And at the end of the two-day competition, she was fittingly chosen as player of the tournament.

The team from the Swiss capital built their success from the back, not conceding a goal in four matches. They came through Group A in second place, thanks to goalless draws against Inter Milan and Grasshoppers before clocking up a 4-0 win in the semi-finals over FC Zurich, who had cruised through their opening two group matches, scoring nine goals and conceding just one.

Hosts FC Blue Stars, unfortunately, managed no goals and no points after suffering defeats to both Zurich and Valencia in Group A. Curiously, there were no fewer than 12 goals scored in the three Group A games, while in Group B, the fans only had one goal to cheer. Claudia Budimir gave Grasshoppers a 1-0 victory over Inter Milan, securing top spot for her team in the process.

Thursday’s results
Semi-finals
FC Zurich 0-4 BSC Young Boys
Grasshoppers Club 0-1 Valencia CF

Match for 5th place
FC Blue Stars 0-5 Inter Milan

Match for 3rd place
FC Zurich 1-0 Grasshopper Club

Final
BSC Young Boys 1-0 Valencia CF

What they said
“It is unbelievable! The whole team couldn’t imagine after yesterday to win today. But we woke up in the morning and we said ‘we will win this competition’. And in the end, we did it! We came with our whole strong will to the tournament and it happened in the end.”
Alana Burkhart, BSC Young Boys

Women’s overall standings​​
Winners: BSC Young Boys
2nd place: Valencia CF
3rd place: Grasshopper Club
4th place: FC Zurich
5th place: Inter Milan
6th place: FC Blue Stars

The awards
adidas Golden Ball: Ilona Guede Redondo (BSC Young Boys)
adidas Golden Glove: Enith Salon Marcuello (Valencia CF)
FIFA Fair Play Award: Valencia CF

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BSC Young Boys Bern are the first ever winners of the women’s edition of the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup. After two busy days of matches on 9 and 10 May, the yellow-blacks defeated Valencia 1-0 in the final. FIFA.com caught up with one of their players Alana Burkhart, who was delighted to make history.

FIFA.com: How does it feel to win the first ever women’s Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup?
Alana Burkhart: It’s unbelievable! After yesterday, the whole team couldn’t believe that we could actually go on and win it. Then we got up this morning and said to ourselves that we were going to win this cup. And that’s exactly what we did! We brought all of our mental strength to the tournament this morning and it worked.

*What does the title mean to you?
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We’re delighted that we were invited here, and then to win the first women’s title is a unique experience!

*What was the atmosphere like at the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup?
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The atmosphere at the tournament was the best! As a women’s team we’ve never played in front of a crowd like that. The fans really got into it right from the warm-up – we’d never experienced anything like that before! I’m delighted that FIFA has now decided to have a tournament for women as well. We’re really grateful to have had the chance to be a part of it here.

Would you come back to the tournament?

You bet!

*What was the level of play like at the tournament?
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We had a lot of opponents that we play against in the league already but here it was totally different – you have to win every match. It’s a knock-out situation, making the tournament nothing like what we have in the league. And then you get to play against international teams who are of a high standard as well.

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10 Best Bromances In Football History! | Part 2 – Football Daily

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Fans across the world voted for their favourite FIFA World Cup matches, and the latest of those choices – Uruguay-Ghana – will be streamed ‘live’ on 11 May.

Fans voted for their favourite FIFA World Cup™ game from the past nine editions, and the eighth of those winning matches – Uruguay-Ghana from South Africa 2010 – will be streamed ‘live’ in its entirety on 11 May at 16:00 CET.

Uruguay enter the game having finished top of a difficult Group A that contained hosts South Africa before edging past Korea Republic. Ghana, meanwhile, became the third African side to reach the quarter-final stage of a World Cup having dispatched of USA in the Round of 16 after extra time following a second-place finish in Group D. This led to an epic quarter-final at Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg on 2 July 2010.

Fans can watch the whole match by heading to the World Cup Facebook page, or FIFA TV on YouTube on 11 May at 16:00 CET.

As with any big World Cup game, fans will be kept up to date with major updates of the ‘live’ action on Twitter on @FIFAWorldCup too, with plenty of pre-match stats, figures and videos to whet the fans’ appetite for the main event.

‘Matchday Live’ is the finale to a week of superb video content on the official World Cup Facebook page, with Thomas MullerAsamoah Gyan, and Diego Forlan among the stars from 2010 featured.

Make sure you don’t miss out on this unique experience to share and talk about a remarkable World Cup game with fans from across the globe. What are you waiting for? Hit like, and join us to discuss the big game!

Fans also voted to see the following game next:_
Brazil 2014: Brazil-Germany_

Keep your eyes peeled and join 40 millions fans on our official World Cup Facebook page for more chances to have your say: as we’ll also be asking you to vote for your greatest World Cup player and the greatest World Cup team.

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