1. Real Madrid 2009/10: €257.4m│ 2. Juventus FC 2001/02: €177.4m│ 3. Chelsea 2003/04: €158.2m│ 4. Chelsea 2004/05: €149.9m│ 5. AC Milan 2001/02: €146.5m│ Source: transfermarkt.de
Hooligans and Iranian women heading to the stadium, Maradona and Pelé showcasing their skills: To get in the mood ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, here are 11 of our favorite soccer movies.
Just two weeks after Zinedine Zidane stepped down, Julen Lopetegui has been named as his Real Madrid replacement. The current Spain coach will join the Champions League winners after the upcoming World Cup.
They enter the World Cup with low expectations and a low FIFA ranking, but Russia's players are determined to prove their critics wrong. The hosts' opener could prove critical to their hopes of making World Cup history.
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