From presidents to a goalkeeping howler to VAR and everything in between, we round up the best social media reaction to tonight's World Cup final.
France have beaten Croatia 4-2 in a breathless and thrilling World Cup final to win their second title, 20 years after their first.
England surpassed everyone’s expectations in the tournament and the personalised letters are a perfect example of Gareth Southgate’s attention to detail.
Jiang Zhongmin, a teacher of culinary skills in China, has been carving World Cup-inspired images on to watermelons. Can you guess which World Cup stars are depicted on his watermelons?
Days of anticipation has lead to tears and crushing despair for England players and fans. Despite the hopes of a nation wanting to ‘bring the World Cup home’, the Three Lions’ fell to a heartbreaking 2-1 extra time defeat to Croatia in the semi finals. READ MORE: England player ratings after heartbreaking
Croatia are facing an injury crisis with three defenders under an injury cloud, while Gareth Southgate has confirmed that England have no such problems.
Manchester United have invited the 12 boys who were trapped underground in a Thailand cave for 17 days to watch a match at Old Trafford this season.
France and Belgium qualified for the semi finals yesterday, and England famously beat Sweden today to take the third semi final spot. READ MORE: Russia v Croatia LIVE With one spot in the final four left up for grabs, who will square off against England at the Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday night? Will
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has set a new Gunners record in Unai Emery's first training session for the 2018/19 season.
In the end, England’s raft of changes for their final group game loss to Belgium didn’t harm the Three Lions at all. Gareth Southgate’s men beat Colombia 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out after both teams were still level at 1-1 after 120 minutes of football. For England Jordan Pickford and Eric Dier were shoot-out
After a day’s rest to let the group stage dust settle, the business end of the World Cup kicks off in earnest today. There’s no more talk of points, rest and rotation or fair play. The formula is simple for the 16 teams still here: win, or go home. The Round of 16 kicks off today and we start at 3pm
Gareth Southgate has defended his decision to rest a raft of first-choice players as England slipped to their first defeat of the 2018 World Cup.
England took on Belgium in their final Group G encounter knowing a win or a draw would have seen them top the group. But a 1-0 defeat to the Red Devils condemned England to second place and a tricky Last 16 match against Colombia AS IT UNFOLDED: England v Belgium in Kalingrad It’s not all bad for England
England are out in Russia for the World Cup and will be hoping their stay at the ForRestMix hotel isn’t a brief one. The 105-room venue is hosting Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions during their time in Russia as they look to win the trophy and bring it back home for the first time since 1966. There’s a
Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri both scored in Switzerland's 2-1 win over Serbia - before they each celebrated their goals with the same controversial gesture.
The female reporter who was sexually assaulted live on air at the Russian World Cup has spoken out for the first time since the incident.
Neymar has been slammed after a spectacular dive earned Brazil a penalty against Costa Rica, only for VAR to intervene and overturn the decision.
John Terry deleted his Instagram story in which he criticised the commentary team of Vicki Sparks and Martin Keown at the World Cup.
Tony Cottee says players in the current England squad will be talking about almost the same things he did in England squads in the 1980s.