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Cayman Islands’ hopes of securing a victory in this year’s FIFA World Cup qualifiers were dashed on Tuesday night, after Bermuda’s Kole Hall scored an equalising goal.
The Cayman Islands played their third World Cup qualifying match Wednesday evening, 2 June, at the IMG Soccer Stadium in Florida against Aruba, where...
Cayman Islands Football Association president Alfredo Whittaker says the recent decision to push back regional World Cup qualifying tournaments will benefit Cayman’s men’s national football team.
The most inspiring World Cup story this month doesn’t involve the players of the U.S. women’s national team, despite their many triumphs.
Cayman’s cricketers are getting in shape as they prepare for the next step on the road to the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.
Kylian Mbappe and France put on a thrilling show in winning the World Cup title.
Jubilation at an early goal for England in the World Cup semifinal against Croatia turned to disappointment for supporters Wednesday when Croatia equalized and then scored a second goal in the 109th minute.
Is it coming home? Legions of British football fans will fill the pubs on Grand Cayman Wednesday afternoon as England seeks to move one step closer to a World Cup championship.
The telecommunications company C3 has stopped airing World Cup games after a brief legal dispute with Logic, the company that owns the exclusive rights to broadcast the tournament in Cayman.
SAMARA, Russia (AP) — England reached the semifinals of the World Cup after Harry Maguire and Dele Alli scored with headers in a 2-0 win over Sweden on Saturday, earning England's youthful team a match against either Croatia or host nation Russia for a place in the final on July 15.
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More football fans will be able to watch the World Cup in their own homes after broadcast rights holder Logic struck a deal with cable television rival Flow to allow it to carry coverage of the tournament.
Rival cable companies will be forced to black out television channels carrying coverage of the World Cup football tournament, which starts next week, broadcast rights holder Logic has confirmed.
The bulk of the coverage of the football World Cup – one of the most viewed sporting events in the world – will not be available to almost half of the Cayman Islands population after cable company Logic secured exclusive rights to the competition.
Former Trinidad politician and high-ranking FIFA official Jack Warner “showered England’s bid team with inappropriate requests” during the selection process for the 2018 World Cup tournament, according to a review.