Last updateWed, 11 Jun 2014 1pm

The Guadalajara Reporter

  • Brazil’s troubled build up to El Mundial

    Brazilian President Dilma Vana Rousseff has promised a “spectacular and safe” World Cup but authorities are braced for widespread social unrest that threatens to cast a dark shadow over the event.

  • Mexico fired up for World Cup 2014

    It may not be hugely popular in the United States or Canada, but the rest of the world will hunker down for the next four weeks as El Mundial (World Cup 2014) explodes in Brazil on June 12, promising an orgy of jingoistic passion centered around 22 players running hell for leather trying to kick a round ball into a net.

  • Now that’s cool: School shuts down for World Cup

    The Jalisco Education Department (SEP) will allow teachers to bring televisions into their classrooms so students can watch Mexico’s World Cup games.

  • UDG ‘Lions’ back at top table

    Around 55,000 feverish supporters roared the Leones Negros (Black Lions) to victory Saturday in the Jalisco Stadium, thus ensuring that the University of Guadalajara’s pro soccer team will be competing in the top-flight Liga Mx next season.