Juric: We're rejuvenated
Tomi Juric says the Socceroos are enjoying their camp in Kazan and had a much needed rest day on Saturday.
Jedi: Mind tricks didn't faze me
Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak shrugged off worries that Danish keeper Kasper Schmeichel tried to psyche him out before the crucial spot kick that kept Australia's World Cup dream alive.
Total of 20 Flights to Deliver Fans for Egypt-Saudi Arabia Match in Volgograd - Airport
VOLGOGRAD, June 25 (Sputnik) - A total of 20 flights will deliver football fans to the southern Russian city of Volgograd for the World Cup match between Egypt and Saudi Arabia, the press service of the city's airport told Sputnik Monday.
Over 4,000 fans to arrive in Samara for Russia's Uruguay clash by free trains - Organisers
MOSCOW, June 25 (Sputnik) - Free trains will carry more than 4,000 fans to Samara for the FIFA World Cup match between Russia and Uruguay, Director General of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Transport Directorate Kirill Polyakov told Sputnik on Monday.
Brave minnows no longer!
It’s taken a couple of days to get to this article, with all the travelling, but that’s given me some time to think about our performance in the first match against France...
The Road to Russia - Brazil fan chat
Adrian Deans is slowly making his way to Russia. Along the way he is testing the mood of fans from some of the participating countries and the next instalment is Brazil – one of the tournament favourites. Adrian had a chance encounter with Paolo and Dominique from Goiania, who were surprisingly downbeat about their country’s chances.
Pic special: Colombia sweep past Poland in Kazan
The South American side kept their World Cup hopes alive after a convincing victory in Group H.
Kangaroo invades pitch in Canberra
It's not uncommon to see a kangaroo at a sports match in Australia but this cheeky one did delay the match between Belconnen United and Canberra FC.
Watch: We meet Matt Jurman's family in Russia
FourFourTwo's Clement Tito caught up with Socceroo Matt Jurman's mum and sister, Julie and Samantha, in Samara before Australia's game with Denmark.