Even though the 2026 World Cup is years away, Houston is knee-deep in planning. Nearly 35 FIFA officials were in the city for an official site visit.
The United States had three match points in its World Cup clash with Sweden on Sunday. It couldn't capitalize on any of them.
FOX 26 spoke with four Houston Dash World Cup players spoke about their pregame rituals.
FOX 26 virtual correspondent Riva Houston delivers the stories to look out for this week, July 17 to 23.
When EA Sports FC is released in September, gamers will be able to draft teams that include the best from men’s and women’s soccer together.
We're counting down until the Women's World Cup and so is the U.S. Women's National Team. The tournament kicks off on July 20 in Australia, but they've got one more game to get through before making the trek. FOX's Lamonica Peters has more on the team.
Ahead of the women's World Cup, one of America's greatest female athletes is getting a massive honor in the form of a statue. FOX's Tina Cervasio has more on the story.
Houston's mayor and member of city council were presented with FIFA World Cup 2026 commemorative scarves.
The FIFA World Cup 26 unveiled the Houston Official Host City Brand. The reveal brings the city one step closer to welcoming millions of fans to the city in 2026!
The FIFA World Cup 26 unveiled the Houston Official Host City Brand. The reveal brings the city one step closer to welcoming millions of fans to the city. With this new brand, Houston is looking forward to showcasing its diversity, rich history, and passion for soccer. (Video courtesy of FIFA World Cup 26/Harris County - Houston Sports Authority)
A logo reveal ceremony was held in LA as U.S., Canada and Mexico will all co-host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Doctors say Pelé’s health has worsened during his hospital stay to regulate his cancer medication.
Now that the dust has settled and La Albiceleste have arrived back home to glorious fanfare, it is time for an early look forward to 2026, when the World Cup festivities will take place in North America.
Argentina’s dramatic victory over France in penalty kicks in the World Cup final has become the most-watched soccer match of any kind in the United States.
Lionel Messi carried the World Cup as coach Lionel Scaloni put his arm around the captain when the two walked past a sign that read “Thank you, champions.”
A day after winning his first World Cup, Lionel Messi added another accomplishment to his legacy.
The Argentina superstar is finally a World Cup champion.
The United States, Mexico and Canada will stage soccer’s biggest event in less than 3½ years.
FIFA has a prize fund of $440 million to give out, with Sunday's champion slated to take home $42 million.
The runners-up from four years ago secured another medal by beating Morocco 2-1 in the third-place match.