The World Cup is officially under way after an understated opening ceremony at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.
Lionel Messi starts perhaps his last World Cup campaign against the smallest nation in the tournament, as Iceland make their bow.
Paris Saint-Germain splashed a reported €222 million to sign Neymar from Barcelona, but the Brazil ace says he is not worth that much.
Tim Cahill could join a select group if he finds the net for Australia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Hakim Ziyech has confidence Morocco can progress from Group B, as it gets set to face Iran in its World Cup opener.
Jean Michael Seri's agent has urged Serie A giants Napoli to lodge a bid for his client amid interest from two Premier League clubs.
The question of Mohamed Salah's fitness dominates the agenda ahead of Egypt's return to World Cup action against Uruguay.
Antoine Griezmann has promised to make a statement on his future, which has been welcomed by Barcelona's Gerard Pique.
Criticism of Ilkay Gundogan and Mesut Ozil's appearance with the Turkish president has not dampened Germany's spirits, says Toni Kroos.
World Cup winner Jurgen Kohler is worried about Germany's defence, but believes Joachim Low can solve any problems that arise.
Raphael Varane knows France will have to be at their best against Peru in Ekaterinburg on Thursday.
Michael Jakobsen believes Australia attacker and former Melbourne City team-mate Daniel Arzani has a big future.
It was tough and physical but Belgium managed to find the key to victory, which bodes well for Roberto Martinez’s men at the World Cup.
Frosinone have been promoted to Serie A for the second time in their history after a play-off final victory over Palermo, 3-2 on aggregate.
Dele Alli will have a scan on a thigh injury sustained against Tunisia as his team-mates recuperate from their thrilling World Cup victory.
VAR received attention during Australia's defeat to France, but Trent Sainsbury has sympathy with the referees over the technology.
Stoke City have been handed a boost after Joe Allen signed a new four-year contract despite their relegation from the Premier League.
Daniel Arzani, the youngest player at the World Cup, is ready to leave the A-League, with the Eredivisie seemingly an option.
The Socceroos remain optimistic they can reach the World Cup's last 16 ahead of Thursday’s clash with Denmark in Samara.
Harry Kane's World Cup campaign has more high points to come says Marcus Rashford, who hailed the England captain's leadership.