2015 Season

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2015 Schedule
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173dJohn Duerden

South Korea: All eyes on rising star Son

South Korea's goal will be to merely advance past the group stage, but a group including Sweden, Mexico and Germany will make that a tough task.

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296dMichael Church

Malaysia to learn from AFC U23 run - Ong

Coach Ong Kim Swee told his Malaysia players that they must learn from their run to the quarterfinals of the AFC U23 Championship in China.

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297dMichael Church

Malaysia pipped in AFC U23 quarterfinal

Malaysia equalised through N. Thanabalan, but conceded late to lose their AFC U23 quarterfinal 2-1 to South Korea in Kunshan, China on Saturday.

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298dMichael Church

AFC: Ong says Malaysia can match S Korea

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee says his team are capable of matching regional powerhouse South Korea in Saturday's AFC U23 quarterfinal in China.

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331dMichael Church

S Korea thrash Japan to win East Asian title

South Korea handed fellow 2018 World Cup finalists Japan a brutal 4-1 thrashing in Tokyo on Saturday night to win the 2017 East Asian Championships.

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335dAdriana Garcia

FIFA gives Colombia's Cardona 5-game ban

FIFA has banned Colombia midfielder Edwin Cardona for five matches for making a discriminatory gesture with his eyes towards a South Korean opponent.

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335dMichael Church

Shoji wonder goal fires Japan over China

Japan made it two wins out of two in the East Asian Championships after Gen Shoji's outrageous strike helped them to a 2-1 win over China on Tuesday.

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336dMichael Church

Japan experiment without Kagawa, Honda

Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic has set his sights on another two wins in the at the East Asian Championship, despite the absence of Europe-based stars.

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338dMichael Church

Ideguchi helps Japan edge North Korea

Japan scored a late 1-0 win over North Korea after China and South Korea played out a 2-2 draw on the opening day of the Esat Asian Championships.

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345dJohn Duerden

Mat Ryan with something to prove

Mat Ryan had a tough experience at the World Cup last time out and has something to prove, while Japan will be content with their 2018 draw.

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346dMichael Church

Iran boss Queiroz eyes Portugal WC clash

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz will need to take on his home nation Portugal and former player Cristiano Ronaldo after the draw for Russia 2018 on Friday.

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346dESPN staff

Osorio: Draw 'a very good one' for Mexico

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio called El Tri's World Cup draw "a very good one" despite being drawn with reigning champions Germany in Group F.

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346dESPN staff

Neuer glad as Germany draw familiar foes

Germany captain Manuel Neuer said he was glad to face some familiar opponents after the reigning champions were drawn with Mexico, Sweden and South Ko

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346dJames Horncastle

Germany won't fear anyone

Germany, Mexico, Sweden and South Korea make up World Cup Group F. Here's what to look for -- and you can vote for your winner.

Group F - Gomez: Not looking good for Mexico (3:31)
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348dMichael Church

Khrbin, Son win prizes at 2017 AFC awards

Syria's Omar Khrbin was named the AFC Player of the Year at the AFC's annual awards, with Tottenham's Son Heung-Min scooping the international award.

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350dJohn Duerden

Son to edge Mooy for top Asian award

Son Heung-Min is favourite to pip Aaron Mooy and Shinji Kagawa to win the 2017 AFC Asian International Player of the Year Award in Bangkok this week.

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358dAssociated Press

Mooy, Son, Kagawa lead Asia awards list

Mooy was a leading figure in Australia's qualification for the World Cup and Huddersfield's promotion to the Premier League last season.

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361dJohn Duerden

Ki, Son aim to avoid Brazil in WC draw

Captain Ki Sung-Yueng hopes South Korea will avoid Brazil, Spain and Germany in next month's draw for June's 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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367dAssociated Press

Cardona sorry for eye gesture vs. S Korea

Colombia's Edwin Cardona has apologised after sparking a racism controversy during his team's 2-0 loss to South Korea in Friday's friendly.

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371dJohn Duerden

Son: I'm still not as good as Park Ji-Sung

Spurs star Son Heung-Min says he still isn't as good as Park Ji-Sung, despite overtaking the Korean legend in terms of Premier League goals scored.

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377dJohn Duerden

Prem flop Lee dreams of 2018 World Cup

From Premier League flop to South Korean record-breaker, the career of Lee Dong-Gook, 38, has been full of ups and downs, writes John Duerden.

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384dJohn Duerden

Sir Alex, Hiddink are coaches, not me - Park

South Korea legend Park Ji-Sung has declared that coaching is not for him, but he still wants to play a major part in the future of Asian football.

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397dPaul Murphy

Vietnam target top 100, Asian Cup success

Vietnam head coach Park Hang-Seo is targeting a place in the world's top 100 as he gets to work with the Golden Stars this week.

2015 WWC Table

FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP - GROUPGPWDLGDP
Canada3120+15
China311104
Netherlands311104
New Zealand3021-12
FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP - GROUPGPWDLGDP
Germany3210+147
Norway3210+67
Thailand3102-73
Ivory Coast3003-130
FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP - GROUPGPWDLGDP
Japan3300+39
Cameroon3201+66
Switzerland3102+73
Ecuador3003-160
FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP - GROUPGPWDLGDP
United States3210+37
Australia311104
Sweden303003
Nigeria3012-31
FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP - GROUPGPWDLGDP
Brazil3300+49
South Korea3111-14
Costa Rica3021-12
Spain3012-21
FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP - GROUPGPWDLGDP
France3201+46
England3201+16
Colombia3111+14
Mexico3012-61

RankingsFIFA Women's World Cup

Goal Difference-420th
Goals Scored4Tied-11th
Assists5Tied-5th
Goals Conceded8Tied-18th