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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Norway in a result that could be costly for the hosts in their bid to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, as they stayed two points behind their opponents and four behind Group G leaders the Netherlands.
LONDON (Reuters) - Qatar's 10-year deal with Formula One announced on Thursday will boost the balance sheet of a sport recovering from the hit of COVID-19 as well as further raising the profile of the Middle East in an increasingly global championship.
(Reuters) - Switzerland are seeking to break through new barriers at the European Championship, having become a consistent presence at major tournaments but still without having any major impact.
(Reuters) - Global soccer governing body FIFA said it held talks on Tuesday with a number of member associations and confederations to address concerns relating to workers' welfare and human rights in host nation Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup.
DUISBURG, Germany (Reuters) - North Macedonia scored an 85th-minute winner through Eljif Elmas to stun hosts Germany 2-1 in their World Cup Group J qualifier on Wednesday as the Balkan country celebrated their greatest international victory.
(Reuters) - Amnesty International said on Wednesday it hopes England will join other countries in protesting against the conditions of migrant labourers in Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup there.
(Reuters) - Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich said calls to boycott the 2022 World Cup in Qatar over the Gulf state's alleged treatment of migrant workers building stadiums have come "10 years too late".
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Steven Berghuis and Luuk de Jong scored either side of halftime as the Netherlands got their World Cup qualifying hopes back on track with a 2-0 home win over plucky Latvia on Saturday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German Football Association (DFB) is opposed to boycotting the 2022 World Cup but will get behind the national soccer team in pledging support for the rights of migrant workers in Qatar, the governing body's president Fritz Keller said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Belgium coach Roberto Martinez said it would be a mistake for teams to boycott the 2022 World Cup in Qatar over the Gulf state's alleged treatment of migrant workers building stadiums.