Football's biggest stories of the week on the BBC.
Former Russia international Andrei Kanchelskis on his country's tactics
Reflections on Germany's World Cup exit , Japan's samurai spirit and Argentina's efforts
This week’s World Football comes from Moscow as we cover the beginning of the World Cup.
Interviews with Croatia's Davor Suker and Belgium's Kevin de Bruyne.
Iraq international Brwa Nouri talks about his struggles with drugs and alcohol
Former Australia coach Ange Postecoglou explains why he turned his back on the World Cup.
We speak to Syria coach Bernd Stange and Spain's David Villa.
An exclusive interview with the disgraced former President of FIFA, Sepp Blatter.
Featuring the Yemen coach Abraham Mebratu and Bangkok United's Mika Chunuonsee.
Mani Djazmi meets Peru's Renato Tapia and Australia's Trent Sainsbury.
Mexican striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez looks ahead to the World Cup.
AS Roma owner James Pallotta reflects on his team's astonishing win against Barcelona.
Goalkeeper Wouter Dronkers talks about his interest in medicine, astrophysics and aliens.
Nigeria’s Alex Iwobi, Poland's Lukasz Fabianski and World Cup winner Bixente Lizarazu
Was the Malta team that lost 12-1 to Spain in 1983 the victim of a doping scandal?
What can be done to fix Greek football after the league's latest suspension?
Russia’s anti-racism inspector says that gay fans shouldn’t fear going to the tournament.
We hear why German fans are staying home and being counted in protest over Monday games.
Former Newcastle United player Kieron Dyer talks about the sexual abuse he suffered.
Will Saudi Arabia's deal with La Liga backfire if their players don't get game time?
Bordeaux coach Gus Poyet talks about the pressures of management.
Nigerian defender Leon Balogun talks about the racist abuse he's suffered in Germany.
Nigeria's Taribo West talks about the pitfalls of being a footballer
A first-hand account from the first women allowed into football stadia in Saudi Arabia.
Argentina's Pablo Zabaleta talks about the heartbreak of losing a World Cup final.
On the show...Cameroon's Lauren, Liberian President George Weah & Nigeria's Odion Ighalo.
Relive the highs and lows on the road to Russia 2018.