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Get set for a world party

GERMANY, the country that gave the world Oktoberfest, will offer Fan Fest when they stage the Fifa World Cup Finals from June 9-July 9.

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Beckenbauer ends marathon World Cup tour

Germany icon Franz Beckenbauer concluded his marathon FIFA World Cup welcome tour on Wednesday when he arrived at Frankfurt airport following a 24-hour return flight from Australia.

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England striker dreams of lifting coveted trophy in Germany

Wayne Rooney kept his distance from the greatest prize in football on Thursday but is looking forward to reuniting with the World Cup trophy this summer.

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King gets good feel of the World Cup

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Syed Putra Jamalullail is the first king in the world to get a feel of the FIFA World Cup, which is on a Tour to 31 cities in 29 countries.

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World Cup trophy on display

The FIFA World Cup Trophy arrived in Malaysia yesterday on its inaugural journey to 31 cities in 29 countries ahead of the 2006 World Cup Finals in Germany from June 9-July 9.

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Tickets orders for Finals in Germany over-subscribed

Orders for 250,000 tickets for this year's World Cup in Germany on offer in the final sales window are set to be oversubscribed about 18 times, organisers said on Friday, two days before applications close.

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US team agree on payout for the players

The US team have ended the chance of a labour dispute in the build up to next year's World Cup by signing a new five-year collective bargaining agreement with the national soccer federation.

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Time for a ball in Germany

While the world awaits the World Cup draw, a new arrival will grace the stage at Leipzig.

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AFC president excited at Australia's coming of age

Australia's dramatic qualification for the World Cup Finals is a major boost for Asian football and will help improve its profile, Asian Football Confederation (AFC) chief Mohammed Bin Hammam said.

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More at stake for Aussies

The Australian players are on a bonus of more than A$100,000 (US$73,000) each to beat Uruguay here today and reach next year's World Cup Finals in Germany.