Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein has withdrawn his bid to become FIFA's next president. This means incumbent Sepp Blatter retains the top job amid a major corruption scandal.
FIFA has again defied the wishes of football fans around the world and the most basic dictates of ethics and reason. DW's Jefferson Chase says that it's now up to football associations to put an end to the madness.
Although most Russians are not upset about the FIFA arrests in Zurich, leaders in Moscow suspect a US conspiracy. Development of World Cup sites in Russia is moving full steam ahead.
Roberto Di Matteo has handed in his resignation at Bundesliga club Schalke, after the Royal Blues ended their season in sixth. Meanwhile, in Frankfurt, a Bundesliga icon has also asked for his contract to be canceled.
This season Bayer Leverkusen's Karim Bellarabi set the record for the fastest goal ever scored in the history of the Bundesliga. DW talked to the 25-year-old forward about his breakthrough year.
As the season comes to a close, keep up to date here with the latest scores and the points table from Germany's top flight soccer league, the Bundesliga. Who will be relegated? Who will be heading to Europe next season?
The 2015 German Cup final will feature two exciting attacking sides, Wolfsburg and Dortmund. And, as if the Cup itself weren't prize enough, they both have extra emotional motivation.
Germany's women didn't have much luck at the French Open, but Maria Sharapova did prolong her title defense. And on the men's side Roger Federer moved into the fourth round as well.
Hamburg celebrated a late goal that avoided a major embarassment in the first leg of their playoff against second-tier Karlsruhe. But the 1-1 draw serves underdogs Karlsruhe much better.
Germany's under 20 side are looking to follow up their U19 success of last summer, when they take to the field in New Zealand over the coming days. The team boasts a host of Bundesliga young talent.
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