Why We’re Watching Japan and South Korea at the World Cup
By Layne Vandenberg
Stadium Tragedy Exposes Indonesia’s Troubled Soccer History
By John Duerden
So What, It’s Not Cricket? India Joins the Football Craze
By Krzysztof Iwanek
Whither China’s National Football Team?
By Tyler Roney
Australia Wins Asian Cup, Discovers Soccer
By Helen Clark
Singapore Plans ASEAN Bid for 2030 World Cup
Singapore hopes to bring the first World Cup to Southeast Asia, to be shared among ASEAN members.
Asian Footballers Speak Out Against Racism
Racism in football is an ugly reality, but a growing number of Asian players are speaking out.
Is China's Football Boom Already Over?
Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba have left Shanghai Shenhua, raising questions about soccer in China.
Southeast Asia Football Rising?
Southeast Asia has a passion for football but few indigenous stars. Teerasil Dangda could help change that.
A Crushing Defeat For New Zealand Rugby
A tough loss spoils what was an amazing streak for New Zealand Rugby. Can they bounce back?
Qatar and the World Cup: The 'Heat' is On
Some are concerned that Qatar’s 2022 World Cup held in the summer with high temperatures could be a problem.
Iran Seeks World Cup Appearance
The national team, known as Team Melli, is vying for a spot at the 2014 tournament in Brazil.