Fox Soccer Report was Fox Soccer's flagship studio program. The show was produced by Fox Sports World, a Canadian international sports network owned by Shaw Media (parent of Global Television Network), from CKND-TV's studios in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The show, formerly called Fox Sports World Report and Global SportsLink, aired nightly on Fox Soccer in the United States and EuroWorld Sport (Canada) at 10 p.m. Eastern Time (or after a live prime-time match), with numerous re-airs, usually at 1 a.m. Eastern. The show also aired on Fox Soccer Plus nightly at 11 p.m. Eastern Time.
With the shutdown of Fox Sports World in April 2012, Fox Soccer Report continued to be produced until August 16, 2012, when it was replaced by Fox Soccer News, a new soccer news program produced by Rogers Media's Sportsnet in Toronto, the following day.
The program featured multiple sportscasters that alternated on different days of the week. Its final lineup was anchored by Michelle Lissel, Eoin O'Callaghan and Asa Rehman. Former Scottish amateur footballer Bobby McMahon was featured on Mondays and Fridays, providing analysis of the weekend's matches.