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BBC Sport is the sports division of the BBC, providing national sports coverage for BBC television, radio and online. The BBC holds the television and radio UK broadcasting rights to several sports, broadcasting the sport live or alongside flagship analysis programmes such as Match of the Day, Test Match Special, Ski Sunday, Today at Wimbledon and previously Grandstand. Results, analysis and coverage is also added to the BBC Sport website and through the BBC Red Button interactive television service.
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Messi or Maradona? Zabaleta's Pundit Q&AFormer Argentina defender Pablo Zabaleta sits down with BBC Sport's Liam Loftus to answer your questions about the World Cup and his career.
Who is going home? Sutton's World Cup predictionsBBC Sport's football expert Chris Sutton gives his predictions for the final round of group games at the World Cup.
Iran v USA - The most politically-charged World Cup matchBBC Sport takes a look back at the "politically-charged" build-up to USA's match with Iran at the 1998 World Cup.
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Charles voted Wales' greatest male playerBBC Sport website users have voted John Charles as Wales' greatest male footballer, ahead of Gareth Bale and Ian Rush.
Germany group stage exit would be 'catastrophe'World Cup winner and BBC Sport pundit Jurgen Klinsmann sits down answers questions from our followers about the tournament, his career and his iconic celebration.
'Where there is Messi, there is hope for Argentina'BBC Sport's Phil McNulty reflects on a tense night for Argentina and Lionel Messi after their 2-0 victory over Mexico in their second group-stage match at the World Cup.
Why Scaloni's popularity can help Argentina recoverAs Argentina look to bounce back from Tuesday's shock defeat by Saudi Arabia, BBC Sport takes a closer at manager Lionel Scaloni.
'Does Gareth Southgate trust Harry Kane too much?'After a drab draw against the United States, BBC Sport pundits Jermaine Jenas and Ashley Williams debate whether England boss Gareth Southgate trusts striker Harry Kane too much.
'England turn clock back to dismal summer but are still on track'BBC Sport's Phil McNulty reflects on England's 0-0 draw with USA in the World Cup.
What do England and Wales need to do to qualify?BBC Sport looks at what England and Wales need to do to qualify for the last 16 at the World Cup in Qatar.
Remembering the 'untouchable' legacy of MaradonaTwo years on from his death BBC Sport remember the the 'untouchable' legacy of Argentina legend Diego Armando Maradona.
'Cancer hits you like a sledgehammer'Carlisle boss Paul Simpson tells BBC Sport about being diagnosed with kidney cancer after becoming only the second England manager to win a World Cup.
Why Richarlison is Brazil's golden boyRicharlison uses the World Cup stage to demonstrate why he is a first-choice for favourites Brazil at the 2022 World Cup, writes BBC Sport's Phil McNulty.
Emotional team talk fired up Brazil for 2002 finalWorld Cup winner Gilberto Silva tells BBC Sport how Luis Felipe Scolari inspired his side ahead of the 2002 final against Germany with videos of people back home in Brazil watching the tournament.
How many World Cup games can you get to in one day?BBC Sport's Nesta McGregor attempts to travel to as many matches as possible in one day at the World Cup in Qatar.
Ferdinand on how some England team-mates 'shrunk'BBC Sport's Rio Ferdinand says some of his superstar England team-mates 'shrunk' under the pressure of international football.
Manchester United up for sale - what happens now?With the Glazer family saying they are considering selling Manchester United, BBC Sport looks at what happens now at Old Trafford.
Will the 2022 World Cup be carbon neutral?BBC Sport looks at whether the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be carbon neutral, as pledged by football's world governing body Fifa.
Kylian Mbappe: How do you stop 'greatest player on planet'?BBC Sport's Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Didier Drogba and Vincent Kompany discuss Kylian Mbappe's brilliant performance against Australia and ask if there is any way defenders can stop "the greatest..
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'Saka's tale of redemption caps England's perfect day'BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty reflects on an almost perfect afternoon for England in their World Cup opener.
On the plane but not the pitch - the unused playersPicked for the World Cup, but not playing - BBC Sport examines what it is like to be an unused squad member at a major tournament.
The golden moments from a thrilling World CupAfter 61 matches over 35 days across three competitions the 2021 Rugby League World Cup is over. Here's BBC Sport's tournament recap.
'No escape from furnace or expectation for England'With England set to open their World Cup campaign against Iran on Monday, BBC Sport's Phil McNulty takes a closer look at what is at stake.
Pundits on Qatar controversies and 'bizarre' Infantino rantWatch as BBC Sport pundits Alan Shearer, Alex Scott and Ashely Williams have an important conversation surrounding the World Cup in Qatar.
Rio Ferdinand's World Cup Q&ABBC Sport pundit Rio Ferdinand answers questions from our followers about the World Cup, England and whether he's still got it.
Who will win the World Cup? Musicians have their sayWith the World Cup set to begin, BBC Sport asked musicians for their predictions and favourite moments from past tournaments.
Inside Qatar's £175-a-night World Cup fan villageBBC Sport's Nesta McGregor visits Qatar's £175-a-night tented fan village to find out what supporters think of the experience.
We believe as a team we can win - TrippierKieran Trippier talks to BBC Sport about England's World Cup chances in Qatar.
Inside Fifa’s elite World Cup referee trainingBBC Sport's Nesta McGregor takes a look at how World Cup referees are preparing for Qatar.
How do you beat this record-breaking Arsenal team?As Arsenal look to extend their winning run in the WSL to 15 matches, BBC Sport takes a look at the last teams to beat them.
10 amazing goals that defined the 2018 World CupBBC Sport relives 10 defining goals from the 2018 World Cup - featuring stunning strikes from Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo.
‘In my DNA’: Page and the valleys football factoryAs Robert Page prepares to lead Wales at their first World Cup in 64 years, BBC Sport goes back to where it all began for Page - and many other coaches - in the Rhondda valley.
How do LGBTQ+ fans feel about the Qatar World Cup?BBC Sport speaks to LGBTQ+ football fans in Manchester about how they feel about the 2022 World Cup being held in Qatar, where homosexuality is illegal.
Callum Wilson on keeping England call-up secretEngland striker Callum Wilson tells BBC Sport's Kelly Somers about his joy at making the England World Cup squad - and how he delivered the news to friends, family and team-mates.
Pochettino joins BBC TV team for World CupFormer Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is the latest name to join BBC Sport's team for television coverage of this year's World Cup.
What makes a World Cup Golden Boot winner?BBC Sport looks at the previous top goalscorers in football's biggest tournament and examines who might top the charts in Qatar.
Saint, Galactico, Welsh hero: Bale's evolutionWith Gareth Bale set to play in his first World Cup, BBC Sport examines the key stages of the Wales captain's evolution during his stellar career.
Inside a fan park for the Qatar World CupBBC Sport's Nesta McGregor takes a look around the Al Bidda Fan Park in Doha before the Qatar World Cup begins.
'I felt sick when the drop goal winner went over'In his BBC Sport column, England's George Williams relives the disappointment of golden point semi-final defeat by Samoa.
How gaming has helped my cystic fibrosisTeenager Izzy tells BBC Sport about how gaming helps her cystic fibrosis.
'My favourite photos from England's Euro 2022 win'England's team photographer at Euro 2022, Lynne Cameron, tells BBC Sport about her favourite memories and photos from the summer.
Ronaldo's rise, tears & redemption with Brazil in 2002In the fifth and final instalment of BBC Sport's World Cup icons series, we explore Ronaldo's Golden Boot-winning redemption with Brazil in 2002.
'I had to tell club about pregnancy before my mum'In an interview with BBC Sport, Toni Duggan discusses the challenges of becoming pregnant as a footballer in the Women's Super League.
How Premier League looks at World Cup breakAs the Premier League takes its World Cup break, BBC Sport looks at the state of play and who could come out flying on Boxing Day.
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