9 June 2014
Senegal set the tone from the off, but it was South Korea's miraculous run to the semi-finals that really caused a stir, writes Nick Harper...
9 June 2014
FourFourTwo magazine editor David Hall recalls an emotional pilgrimage to the Sapporo Dome on June 7th 2002...
9 June 2014
The Republic of Ireland's first World Cup appearance in eight years was a mere footnote to the explosive events which occured beforehand, as Miguel Delaney explains...
9 June 2014
The first co-hosted World Cup, not least making its debut in Asia, provided an unforgettable blend of political aggro, on-pitch scandal and shocks aplenty. Louis Massarella explains... 
9 June 2014
He has played and won major honors for club and country, chased down a thief and caught the eye of a few Premier League clubs, but who is Ogenyi Onazi? Sulaiman Folarin chats with Nigeria’s secret weapon for Brazil 2014…
9 June 2014
Nick Moore reels off the men who wowed, delighted and thrilled in Asia's first-ever World Cup...
8 June 2014
With England setting up shop for the 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro next week, Rich Edwards looks back to the Three Lions' often-unsuccessful base camps of yesteryear...
6 June 2014
Plucky South Americans will hope to make up for their lack of firepower with insatiable team spirit...
6 June 2014
Can the Central American outsiders succeed where they failed in 1982 and 2010?
6 June 2014
Ottmar Hitzfeld's young side can certainly get out of the group – but how much further? 
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