Sergio Gonzalez

CBS Sports Staff

Real Madrid announce they will hire Spain national team manager Julen Lopetegui to take over following the World Cup

Lopegegui will take over and replace Zinedine Zidane when Spain's participation in Russia is over

Zidane quits as Real Madrid manager just days after winning third straight Champions League

The manager called a surprise press conference to announce his shocking decision

Liverpool vs. Real Madrid Champions League final sees stars Salah and Carvajal leave in tears due to injuries

The two star players now could be in doubt for the World Cup with their respective countries

Roma nearly own-goal themselves to death vs. Barcelona in the Champions League

Roma players scored three goals in Wednesday's game, but Barcelona won 4-1

LOOK: Steve Nash shows off soccer skills in practice with Spanish club

Mallorca welcomed Nash to the training ground this week.

WATCH: A team from Zimbabwe tries the Messi trick PK but fails

This isn't how to pull off the Messi trick PK.

Mexican TV ad uses Donald Trump speech to promote US-Mexico game

US-Mexico games usually don't need a lot of extra build up, but TV Azteca decided to throw a little extra fuel on the fire.

Cristiano Ronaldo tells the world there will be a movie made about him

The superstar soccer player announced on Wednesday that there will be a movie about his life.

Women's World Cup: Fastest hat-trick in history; Norway, Germany cruise

Norway beat World Cup debutants Thailand 4-0 before a historic rout by Germany over Ivory Coast that included two hat-tricks.

FIFA compliance official: Russia, Qatar could be stripped of World Cups

For the first time since the FIFA corruption scandal hit a head on May 27, a person tied to FIFA admits that the 2018 and 2022 World Cups could be moved.

Women's World Cup: Late PK winner for Canada, debut win for Netherlands

The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup got underway on Saturday with a late goal in favor of hosts Canada in front of over 53,000 in attendance and a must-see goal for a Netherlands debut victory.

Irish FA boss says FIFA paid them to drop Thierry Henry handball lawsuit

Irish FA boss John Delaney revealed in a radio interview that FIFA paid them off in order to avoid legal action after the infamous Thierry Henry handball decision that went against Ireland and kept them out of the 2010 World Cup.

Indicted FIFA official Jack Warner: I will reveal all despite fear for my life

The pressure on Sepp Blatter continues to grow as Jack Warner, a former FIFA VP threatened to reveal wrongdoings despite claiming to fear for his life.

Blazer guilty plea unsealed, includes admissions of World Cup bribes

The full transcript of former FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer's 2013 guilty plea was released on Wednesday, in which he admitted to accepting bribes in relation to World Cup bids.