York Press: World Cup strip

Church screens World Cup final

York Press: Church screens World Cup final

9:23am Monday 12th July 2010

HOLLAND football fans Jacky Caley and Julian Holden, with students Katherine Hodgson, left, and Ollie Bailey who are taking part in the Summer Soul XL project at St Michael-le-Belfrey church in York.

Spanish eyes on world cup glory

York Press: Spanish eyes on world cup glory

9:16am Saturday 10th July 2010

LATINO passion looks set to bring a splash of colour to York tomorrow as Spanish football fans head in to town to cheer on their team.

Over and out

10:58am Monday 28th June 2010

THEY think it’s all over? It is now.

Defiant Fabio declares he will not quit

10:57am Monday 28th June 2010

FABIO Capello insists he has no intention of resigning from his position as England manager, but the Italian could yet have the decision taken out of his hands when he meets FA chairman Roger Burden in London next week, writes Scott Wilson.

Postcard from South Africa

11:03am Monday 28th June 2010

I'VE been to some bizarre tourist attractions in my time, and having been born and raised in County Durham's mining belt, I've also seen some pretty big holes. So when I arrived in Kimberley on Friday night to be greeted with a sign that read 'Kimberley – home of the Big Hole', my Saturday morning sightseeing was sorted straight away.

England crash out 4 - 1 to Germany in World Cup

6:12pm Sunday 27th June 2010

Thomas Mueller scored twice in three minutes to send England to a crushing defeat in the last 16 of the World Cup finals.

Foyle: England's game against Germany hinges on teams' defence

10:53am Saturday 26th June 2010

YORK City manager Martin Foyle believes England’s crunch World Cup clash with Germany tomorrow afternoon could be decided by which team defends the best.

Germans in York ready to support their team in World Cup

York Press: Sophia, five, Leon, five, and Max, seven, make English and German flags

9:56am Saturday 26th June 2010

NO OTHER football fixture has such a colourful history or is able to arouse as much passion as England versus Germany.

Café owner hits out over licensing wrangle

York Press: Ian Loftus

8:50am Saturday 26th June 2010

A businessman who lost thousands of pounds over a licensing wrangle has hit out at City of York Council.

World Cup alcohol crackdown

8:39am Saturday 26th June 2010

A NEW campaign has been launched to use the World Cup to curb underage drinking in North Yorkshire.

Blame me says Italy coach Marcello Lippi

10:29am Friday 25th June 2010

ENGLISH referee Howard Webb was at the centre of controversy as champions Italy crashed out of the World Cup at the group stage.

England to play with spirit

7:42am Friday 25th June 2010

FABIO Capello claims Wednesday's 1-0 victory over Slovenia marked a watershed in England's World Cup campaign.

Postcard from South Africa

7:37am Friday 25th June 2010

IT started on the evening after England played Slovenia. I was sitting next to a pool table in a bar when a black South African came over and asked me if I'd like to play.

Postcard from South Africa: Pride discovered

York Press: FOOTBALL FANATIC: The Northern Echo’s chief sports writer, Scott Wilson

9:55am Thursday 24th June 2010

SOMETIMES, when it comes to England in a World Cup finals, the best things happen by accident.

England fans celebrate win over Slovenia

York Press: Fans in the Quaker Wood celebrate England’s goal; inset above, a deserted York city centre during the match

9:32am Thursday 24th June 2010

FANS celebrated around York as Jermain Defoe slotted in the only goal of the match in England’s game against Slovenia.

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