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
South Korea 2002
18 June 2018
Senegal set the tone from the off, but it was South Korea's miraculous run to the final four that really caused a stir, writes Nick Harper
Ronaldo redemption 2002 World Cup
8 June 2018
A seizure denied Ronaldo the 1998 World Cup winner’s medal he and many others felt he deserved. Then a string of career-threatening injuries left him facing a long and painful battle against his own body
Roy Keane, Mick McCarthy
23 May 2018
The Republic of Ireland's first World Cup appearance in eight years was a mere footnote to the explosive events which occurred on this day 16 years ago, as Miguel Delaney explains
2 May 2018
Harry Kane has told FourFourTwo that England’s 1-0 win over Argentina in 2002 is his best memory of watching the Three Lions at World Cups
England 1-2 Brazil 2002
14 November 2017
As the Three Lions prepare to host the esteemed Seleção at Wembley on Tuesday night, we're quizzing you on a game over 15 years ago
Brazil 2002 World Cup
18 January 2017
Jack Lang looks back at the Seleção side that claimed the country's fifth Jules Rimet trophy in Japan and South Korea
Sven-Goran Eriksson
12 January 2017
When Sven-Goran Eriksson took over as England’s first foreign manager in February 2001, he faced a staggering 'welcome' from high-level officials and gutter-level tabloids. Fifteen years on from his arrival, Steve Anglesey explains why – and what happened next 
Matt Holland Cameroon
10 June 2014
The finest goals of 2002, selected by an eye-rubbing Nick Moore
Matt Holland
9 June 2014
The former midfielder talks to Andy Greeves about some stirring performances from the Republic of Ireland in Korea and Japan


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