Soccer

  • Leader Talk: In conversation with Baichung Bhutia, Michael Perschke September 1, 2013

    In this show we talk about leadership mantras with successful leaders from the world of sports and corporate India. ...
  • Slum soccer contest in Delhi December 17, 2012

    The Slum Soccer tournament is held only for the underprivileged youth from India with the best eight players in the tournament selected to represent India in the Homeless World Cup. ...
  • All eyes on Munich for Champions League final May 19, 2012

    Bayern Munich take on Chelsea in the Champions League final in Munich later on Saturday, with the Germans hoping to become European kings for the fifth time and the English attempting to reach the pinnacle of the game for the first time ever. ...
  • Gulf oil spill was the most tweeted in 2010 December 14, 2010

    Catch the top ten topics on Twitter in 2010. ...
  • India@9 with Veeraraghav and Anubha July 3, 2010

    The special show India@9 brings you the big news and big newsmakers of the day on CNN-IBN at 9.00 pm. ...
  • Watch India@9 with Rajdeep Sardesai June 28, 2010

    Take a look on the headlines at the top of the hour and big stories of the day on CNN-IBN at 9.00 pm. ...
  • Tennis ace Leander roots for Indian hockey March 27, 2010

    Bangalore: It's been four days since his triumph at the Australian Open mixed doubles but India still celebrates the genius that is Leander Paes. We have heard enough about the tennis, now it's time for Leander to unwind and talk about things close to his heart. ...
  • Watch: United Nations eleven puts up a soccer show May 5, 2009

    The players are UN ambassadors lead by secretary genera Ban Ki Moon. ...
  • Germany win, but no heartbreak for Turkish fans June 29, 2008

    Vienna: Mozart and Beethoven walked these streets. Now it's overrun by Turkish fans. Their team may be without players but the supporters try to make up for it in numbers. ...
  • Who needs Euro tickets when there's Fanzone? June 29, 2008

    Vienna: Braving rainstorms, CNN-IBN joined thousands of Spanish and Russian fans at Burgtheatre Fanzone in Vienna to witness the exciting semi-final clash. And in the midst of all that football frenzy, a phenomenon that has become a regular fixture for any major tournament - the Fanzone. ...
  • Spanish fans party in torrential downpour June 27, 2008

    The passion of football is seen both on the pitch and off it too. The fans add a new dimension to the word football-crazy. Spanish fans didn't stop partying despite a torrential downpour following their team's win the semi-final match over Russia. ...
  • Soccer fever in Srinagar, cops beat up people June 8, 2008

    The soccer fever is catching up in the valley too. Police in Srinagar have lathi charged crowds and media persons who had come to attend a Santosh Trophy match in the city. Police had to act after spectators ran on to the ground during the Punjab versus Jammu and Kashmir match...
  • Thierry Henry might lose his job July 4, 2007

    New Delhi: Thierry Henry, beware. The Robots are here to play the Beautiful Game. And going by the interest levels witnessed in Japan, it won't be long before you will also strain your vocal chords, rooting for your robot team. ...
  • Polish your skills with swamp soccer June 22, 2007

    New Delhi: This is the dirtiest game of football you will see all year. Get ready for Swamp Soccer - a very filthy tournament! ...
  • Liverpool face Milan for club supremacy June 19, 2007

    It is going to be Liverpool versus AC Milan in the Champions League final for the biggest prize in European club football. And the Indian hockey team take revenge for the loss at the Doha Asian Games, beating China 5-4 in the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament. ...
  • Sports 365: Headbutt and farewells June 20, 2007

    New Delhi: It was a year of the rise and fall of heroes, and new ones toppling the heroes of yore. The world of sports nonetheless, remained consummate with accomplishment, trauma and scandal all the same. ...
  • Looking back: Zidane lends a hand November 20, 2006

    When football's most famous bald head Zinedine Zidane graced Bangladesh with his presence, he not only championed the cause he had come for, but also enthralled the audience who wouldn't have imagined to see it from such close quarters. ...