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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What price for victory? Honduras forced to rebook flights home

Honduras
Honduras advanced to the Olympic semifinals with shocking victories over Portugal and Argentina.

Can you put a price on victory?

CONCACAF side Honduras can.

The lone remaining men's team from the region were so sure they would lose in the group stage at the Rio Olympics that they had gone ahead and booked travel for the more than 30 players and staff back home for Friday -- at the end of the first round. 

It has turned out to be a $7,500 mistake. But what a happy one it was.

Los Catrachos upset strong sides Portugal and Argentina in the group stage and got past Korea Republic in the quarterfinals....

 By Tom Marshall

Honduras' new generation showing CONCACAF giants the way at Rio 2016

Honduras
Hondura will face host nation Brazil in the semifinals of the men's football Olympic tournament in Rio.

Reigning Olympic champion Mexico is still licking its wounds after a group stage exit at Rio 2016 and the United States never even got to pack its bags for the men's football tournament. Instead, it is Honduras that keeps the CONCACAF flag flying high, while the confederation's traditional giants wonder where it all went wrong.

Such negative thoughts are a long way away for a Honduran team that will look to make history on Wednesday with a shock victory over hosts Brazil in the semifinal at...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2016 Olympics men's football preview

Jesus Corona looks forward to defending Mexico's gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games.

The Olympic football tournament is almost set to kick off in Rio de Janeiro. Here is a preview of all 16 teams.

GROUP A

BRAZIL: The Brazilians are red-hot favourites to at last win the only title they are lacking, both because of the depleted competition and because they are taking it so seriously. For many Brazilians, the men's football tournament will be the most important part of the Games. Moreover, after years of disappointment, Brazil need something special to bring the fans back onside.

MANAGER:...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2016 Olympics men's football final squad lists for all 16 teams

Brazil star Neymar sits down for an exclusive chat with ESPN to discuss his side's gold medal chances after coming up short in 2012.

The Olympic football tournament is almost set to kick off in Rio de Janeiro. Here are all the final 18-man squads.

*- Overage player born before 1993.

ALGERIA:

Goalkeepers: Farid Chaal (El Harrach), Abdelkader Salhi (Chlef)

Defenders: Ayoub Abdellaoui (USM Alger), Abdelghani Demmou* (MC Alger), Houari Ferhani (Kabylie), Ryad Keniche (Setif), Miloud Rebiai (Setif)

Midfielders: Haris Belkebla (Tours), Sofiane Bendebka* (Hussein Dey), Abdelraouf Benguit (Paradou), Mohamed Benkhemassa (Alger), Zakaria...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico grind down Honduras to seal historic victory

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras -- Mexico's 50-year wait for a victory in San Pedro Sula and 22-year winless drought in Honduras are over.

Second-half strikes from young Mexico wingers Jesus "Tecatito" Corona and Jurgen Damm ended Honduras' hegemony over El Tri in a 2-0 victory in the fourth round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying on Tuesday at the Estadio Olimpico.

Here are three rapid takes from Mexico's historic win:

1. Corona, Damm sprinkle magic on Osorio's tinkering

During this current FIFA...

 By Tom Marshall

Honduras national team becoming a beacon of hope in San Pedro Sula

Honduras fans
Honduras fans cheer on their team at the CONCACAF Gold Cup last summer.

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras -- Rivera Hernandez, San Pedro Sula bears no resemblance to the French or Italian Riviera. A quick Google search clears that up. Violent photos, ugly news stories and tales of hardship pop up, not picturesque and quaint coastline.

But ahead of Honduras' World Cup qualifier against Mexico on Tuesday in the city with the highest homicide rate in the world, there is one football-related initiative attempting to both give a lift to a struggling national team and keep youngsters...