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The Mexican squad never stood a chance against Germany's young guns.

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The semifinals are upon us. Here's what you need to know.

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Can La Roja knock out the Socceroos from the Conferderations Cup tournament? Read on to find out!

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Everything you need to know about the game.

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Both teams scored big in what will be a World Cup Preview.

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FIFA has fined football associations in five Latin American countries due to their fans chanting homophobic slurs during matches,

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The new FIFA world rankings have been released. Germany is no longer the No. 1 ranked team in the world, and four South American teams rank in the top 10.

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Brazil and Venezuela will play each other on Match Day 2 of the FIFA World Cup qualifiers. This should be a great game between two Latin American soccer countries who are fighting for the right to play in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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Mexico and Guatemala will square off in a crucial Gold Cup game with first place on the line. Latin Post previews the game, makes a prediction, and lets you vote on who will win in our fan poll.

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The new FIFA world soccer rankings have officially been released. Huge surprises, disappointments and moves are listed. Damon Salvadore takes an in depth look at some of the biggest snubs and surprises.

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Mexico was the favorite to win this year's CONCACAF Gold Cup, but a recent injury to Javier Hernandez has many worried. Here, Damon Salvadore lists five reasons why Mexico will win a record 7th Gold Cup championship.

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Neymar finished his season with Barcelona scoring 40 goals including tallies in the finals of the Copa del Rey and Champions League. He had the kind of year that is often considered legendary and seemed on his way to being a finalist for the 2015 Ballon d'Or.

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The 2015 Copa America has reached its playoff stage. Just eight teams remain for the chance to be named best national team in all of South America. Deserving teams remain, but only one can be crowned champion. Who do you think will win it all?

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The 2015 FIFA World Cup is set to begin this summer in Canada. The United States and Germany are the favorites, but Japan is the defending champions. Here is your complete fan guide for the upcoming soccer tournament.

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Seven Copa America champions have managed the feat of repeating their title. Uruguay managed to accomplish the feat twice in its history, taking home the 1916 title and the ensuing 1917 victory. The team then accomplished the feat in 1923 and 1924, but has not managed to do the same since. The 2015 edition of Uruguay enters in a rather unique situation with a chance to repeat if certain situations go their way. But is the team equipped for a deep run, especially after its poor showing at the 2014 World Cup?

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The National Football League is by far the most popular sport in the United States today. However, it's popularity is growing rapidly outside the US. The NFL could very well play games in numerous Latin American nations in the future.

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