Thousands of fans were left irate when FIFA and Qatar announced just days before the tournament that no beer would be sold at stadiums.
You know you’ve nailed your analysis when Rassie Erasmus himself says you understand the game.
The Rugby World Cup may have come and gone, but if you’re looking to put a little pep in your step today then give these videos a watch.
There has already been so much written and said about an iconic weekend in South African sporting history. Here are some gems from abroad.
Next time your significant other tells you to stop playing Fortnite, remind them that it’s turned teenagers into millionaires and has become a worldwide sensation.
The 2018 World Cup was an incredibly exciting tournament. With the dust having settled, let’s take a look at some of the standout photos.
It was one hell of a World Cup, but unfortunately, we’re at the point where the montage videos are rolled out. FIFA’s effort is quite a ride.
There were wild scenes of celebration around France yesterday. Sadly, however, some fans took things a little too far, and reports of fan deaths have now surfaced.
I don’t know what you have planned this weekend, but there’s a chance it involves football. May I suggest an easy way to win a bet?
On Sunday, football’s greatest showcase wraps up with the World Cup final. France takes on Croatia, and I would like a word with the neutrals.
Yuri Cortez is paid to capture all the on-field antics, but during Wednesday’s semi-final he unwittingly became part of the action himself.
English fans have become accustomed to seeing drinks tossed into the air when their team scores, but this was certainly not a celebratory effort.
England came within 22 minutes of a World Cup final, but in the end it was Croatia who came out on top. As you would imagine, there were tears.
England’s World Cup squad is full of players who earned their stripes in divisions lower than the Premier League. I’m not convinced the US team should follow that lead.
The World Cup’s meme game has been strong, and we’ve all had a good laugh at Neymar. Now it’s time for England to start dreaming big.
England’s win over Sweden sparked wild celebrations across the country. IKEA had a visit, and the streets were full of pissed up Poms going wild.
It looks like Putin has had a word with the Russian hooligans, because the World Cup has been incident-free, but right around Europe the war wages on.
These women are facing an onslaught of unwanted attention, harassment, and online vitriol by pervy football fans while reporting in Russia.
It’s been 32 years since Maradona fisted his way to World Cup glory, and his antics at this year’s tournament make it worth revisiting.
This World Cup has made me love football again, and it’s also made me despise Hyundai and Adam Levine. At least some companies are getting their adverts right.
Last night was a nailbiter of the highest order, with Colombia trying every trick in the book to oust the English from the World Cup. Nope, it’s still coming home.
Just when you think he’s reached peak bellend, the Brazilian superstar ups the ante. That Belgium game wasn’t too bad, either.
It was a weekend of high drama, with big names crashing out and spot kicks breaking hearts. Of course, there was also a spectacular dive or two.
English fans have good reason to be hopeful about their chances this year, but they are prone to the odd World Cup upset. This might be their most famous of all.
Yesterday was a pretty crummy day for Africa football-wise, but at least we can all chuckle at the misfortunes of Belgian Michy Batshuayi.