New analysis system will track each player's position, direction and velocity in real time. Continue reading →
The Minnesota Vikings' glass-filled football stadium raises concerns over bird strikes. So why do birds fly into windows?
Brazil’s humiliating exit from the World Cup is as close as it gets to a national trauma.
When you tote up the costs, in ways more than just financial, to a country that hosts the World Cup, it can make you wonder why any nation would want to. Trace examines the toll hosting the Cup can take on a country, and also who profits from it.
The earliest form of soccer is generally thought to be a Chinese game called cuju.
Fortunately for the six-man crew orbiting over 200 miles above our heads, NASA has an infrastructure in place that allows live and recorded terrestrial television to be beamed into low-Earth orbit. Continue reading →
Does the World Cup 2014 official ball put control back in the feet of the players?
From early pig bladders to high-tech wonders, the colorful sphere that makes soccer possible has seen plenty of changes over the course of centuries.
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