from India Insight:

Fans rush to HMT as watchmaker marks time

September 19, 2014

Vikram Narula walked into an HMT showroom in Delhi's central business district this week to get his hands on an iconic mechanical "Pilot" watch. But the watches were sold out.

from Photographers' Blog:

Faces of football

June 26, 2012

By Kacper Pempel

Three weeks of the Euro 2012 adventure are already behind us. Three weeks of hard work, meeting thousands of people, driving thousands of miles and shooting thousands of pictures.

from Photographers' Blog:

Russia’s hooligans

May 30, 2012

By Maxim Shemetov

Photographing a soccer match for the first time, I realized that shooting the fans can be more interesting than covering the game itself.

from Photographers' Blog:

Saving the Canon 400mm f2.8

May 16, 2012

By Murad Sezer

All photographers make plans to deal with possible clashes. They are ready to protect themselves and their equipment when covering a potential riot (or a May Day demonstration as I did a few days earlier). But you don’t expect to be doing that before a soccer match, or any other sports events.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

No, wait! I wanted the FUN seats!

July 21, 2011

Blog Guy, I'm a faithful reader of your blog and I'm hoping you can use your influence to get me tickets to the Copa America soccer matches now underway in Argentina.

from Reuters Soccer Blog:

Soccer Break Monday

March 28, 2011

SOCCER-FRIENDLY/Welcome back to another week of digesting the global game, and where better to start than with a look at the Lionel Messi effect on the sport.

from The Great Debate (India):

India v Pakistan: Who will win?

By Reuters Staff
March 27, 2011

Nothing gets bigger in this part of the globe than a cricket match featuring India and Pakistan. The rivalry would be renewed in Wednesday's World Cup semi-final in Mohali in Punjab.

from Reuters Soccer Blog:

Marvellous Marseille fans keep singing through the pain

February 24, 2011

SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/I had been told the Stade Velodrome had a great atmosphere and after the constant noise the Marseille fans made in Wednesday's 0-0 Champions league draw with Manchester United, I have one question -- what would it be like if the stands had roofs?

from Entrepreneurial:

What does 10 million Facebook fans mean?

By Reuters Staff
July 27, 2010

Bryant Simon is a professor of American history and culture at Temple University and the author of "Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks." The views expressed here are his own.

from Our Take on Your Take:

The difference between winning and losing

July 16, 2010

Netherlands fans react as they watch the 2010 World Cup final between the Netherlands and Spain on a large screen TV on the streets of the Netherlands July 11, 2010. Your View/Niels de Vries

Spanish supporters flood the streets of Toronto on July 11, 2010, shutting down traffic as they celebrate Spain's win over the Netherlands in the World Cup final. Your View/Susan Kordalewski

Last Sunday's World Cup final between the Netherlands and Spain galvanized fans on either side. Your View contributors Niels de Vries (top) and Susan Kordalewski captured their very different emotions at the outcome.