1. Another Summer to Remember? For Germany: So Far, So Great. Foreign, Yesterday

    A 5-1 thrashing of Scotland in the opening game of Euro 2024 was a good omen for a host nation in search of one.

  2. The Most Important Man in Germany This Month Is Its Soccer Coach Foreign, Yesterday

    Julian Nagelsmann was hired to win a European Championship on home soil. Can he restore a divided nation’s self-esteem at the same time?

  3. Team Ownership Rules Complicate a Soccer Star’s Next Move Sports, June 7

    The rise of multiclub networks introduced a web of conflicts to European soccer, and could block a young Brazilian’s heralded transfer to Manchester City.

  4. A Premier League Fight Intrudes on Euro 2024 Sports, June 7

    The European Championship starts in a week. So why are the headlines about Manchester City?

  5. The Champions League’s Most Bitter Rivalry May Be Off the Field Foreign, June 1

    No club has won European soccer’s richest prize more than Real Madrid, but its recent dominance has been accompanied by a bruising fight over the tournament’s future.

  6. German Soccer Team’s Deal With a Weapons Maker Prompts Some Boos Business, June 1

    For some fans of Borussia Dortmund, an advertising deal with Rheinmetall, a major arms manufacturer, has overshadowed the run-up to the Champions League final on Saturday.

  7. Borussia Dortmund and the Idea That Anything Is Possible Foreign, May 31

    Can an underdog still have its day in the Champions League? The sport should hope so.

  8. Why We Should Have Nice Things Foreign, May 24

    Modern soccer shouldn’t be set up to rob fans of their joy.

  9. The Capital of Women’s Soccer Foreign, May 24

    The success of Barcelona’s team has made Catalonia a laboratory for finding out what happens when the women’s game has prominence similar to the men’s.

  10. Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool, a Love Affair in Street Art and Silverware Foreign, May 19

    A coach’s soccer legacy is often reduced to titles and trophies. In Liverpool, a beloved manager will endure in murals, music and shared memories.

  11. Taking Games Abroad Won’t Save Your League. Better Title Races Might. Sports, May 17

    Soccer’s leaders have landed on the wrong solution. Again.

  12. Soccer’s Governing Body Delays Vote on Palestinian Call to Bar Israel Foreign, May 17

    FIFA said it would solicit legal advice before taking up a motion from the Palestinian Football Association to suspend Israel over its actions in Gaza and the West Bank.

  13. The Premier League’s Asterisk Season Foreign, May 17

    As it concludes an epic title race, soccer’s richest competition is a picture of health on the field. Away from it, the league faces lawsuits, infighting and the threat of government regulation.

  14. Un escándalo impulsó reformas al fútbol. Sus líderes ahora las revierten En español, May 16

    Una crisis de corrupción llevó a la FIFA a proponer reformas para reducir la estructura y fragmentar el poder. La directiva actual, que defendió los cambios, ahora intenta restaurar el antiguo orden.

  15. Today’s Top News: A New Role for Kamala Harris in the 2024 Campaign, and More Podcasts, August 7

    Exclusively from New York Times Audio, our new app.

  16. Grant Wahl Was a Loving Husband. I Will Always Protect His Legacy. Op Ed, January 8

    Anti-vaccine harassment cannot stand.

  17. Your Wednesday Briefing: A Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough N Y T Now, December 13

    Plus Argentina beat Croatia to advance to the World Cup finals.

  18. Your Monday Briefing: The World Cup Semifinals Loom N Y T Now, December 11

    Plus, China’s sluggish economy and the arrest of the Lockerbie bombing suspect.

  19. Your Wednesday Briefing: The U.S. Beats Iran N Y T Now, November 29

    Plus China cracks down on protests and the U.S. pledges more aid to Ukraine.

  20. Your Tuesday Briefing: Anxiety in China N Y T Now, November 28

    Plus Ukraine updates, a U.S.-Iran World Cup preview and a “She Said” interview.

  21. Your Wednesday Briefing: Indonesia’s Death Toll Climbs N Y T Now, November 22

    Plus Saudi Arabia defeats Argentina, Australia loses to France and lockdowns spread across China.

  22. Your Tuesday Briefing: Indonesia’s Deadly Earthquake N Y T Now, November 21

    Plus Iranian players protest at the World Cup and “Neighbours” will start filming again.

  23. Hello, World. It’s Been a While. Styles, August 1

    On the pleasures and pains of joining up with other people after a long, quiet time in the Covid doldrums.

  24. The Sounders Qualified for the Club World Cup. No One Knows When It Is. Sports, May 5

    One prize for Seattle’s Concacaf Champions League title was a chance to face some of the world’s best clubs. When are those games? “No clue,” one FIFA official said.