The Players With The Most Career Goals In Soccer History

This list for the players with the most career goals in the history of soccer stretches from players who played in the early 1900s to the present day. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi score at an unprecedented rate in today’s game, but there are those from history whose rate of scoring was even more impressive.

The Guinness World Record for the most goals scored in a specified period is 1,281 by the Brazilian great Pele, born Edson Arantes do Nascimento.

Father Of The Year: Despite Loss, Nemanja Matić Makes Sure His Son Gets Photo With Ronaldo

Portugal’s excellent 2019 continued yesterday with an impressive 4-2 away victory over Serbia in UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying. The future looks incredibly bright for the defending European champion with Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes, Gonçalo Guedes, Nélson Semedo, João Félix and João Cancelo (all 25 or under) all playing their part. 

But the main story, as always, was 34-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored what would prove to be the match-winner in the 80th minute. It was Ronaldo’s 159th international appearance and his 89th goal.    

This Adorable Giant Blaugrana Squirrel Has To Be A Messi Fan

Meet the Malabar giant squirrel, or Indian giant squirrel (Ratufa indica), the world’s cutest Barcelona fan.

Photos captured by wildlife photographer Kaushik Vijayan and posted to his Instagram page show a squirrel with blue and dark-red coloring that looks a bit like the blaugrana uniforms of famed football club Barcelona. 

Austrian Club Turns Pitch Into Forest — Literally

SK Austria Klagenfurt, a second-division Austrian club, has temporarily been kicked out of its 32,000-seat Wörthersee Stadion. 

This isn’t the case of a big rock band coming through or stadium renovations. Instead, Wörthersee Stadion has been turned into a temporary forest.

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Thiago Training Video Shows The Skills It Takes To Play For Spain

Spain may have made beating Romania look difficult Thursday, but before the match Thiago made playing soccer look easy. A video released by the Spainish national team of Thiago skills has gone viral among the soccer community. 

The video captures the Bayern midfielder making cross-field passes with another teammate; sounds simple enough right? Oh yeah, I forget to mention that he's juggling and passing the ball between teammates without the ball touching the ground.

A Look Inside 10 Of The World’s Most Expensive Training Grounds

Perhaps beginning with AC Milan’s historic Centro Sportivo Milanello and continuing to this day in previously undreamt of places like Atlanta and Utah, training facilities for the world’s most prestigious clubs have grown in importance as the most ambitious of organizations attempt to align the best in first-team training, sports science and academy development with a physical representation of an overarching ideology. 

N’Golo Kanté Makes Surprise Appearance At A Fan’s Wedding

After an injury in Chelsea’s recent draw had sidelined midfielder N'Golo Kanté, the star decided to make an appearance at a fan’s family wedding.

According to the Sun, superfan Frank Khalid met Kanté at one of Khalid’s restaurants. He initially invited the French star to his daughter's wedding but Kanté had to turn the offer down due to a French national-team game.

But now that he is sidelined, why not go have some fun, dance and check out the open bar?


Watch Kelley O’Hara Shotgun A Beer Naked For ESPN’s Body Issue

How does one celebrate winning a second Women’s World Cup? Shotgunning a beer naked, naturally. 

Kelley O’Hara helped the USWNT win the 2019 Women’s World Cup over the summer. Afterword, she was asked to pose for ESPN’s Body Issue, becoming the latest in a long line of footballers to appear in the annual issue.

O’Hara, however, had one stipulation for appearing naked: She wanted a celebratory shot. 

Reports Of MLS SuperDraft Death Might Be Greatly Exaggerated

From a USMNT perspective, a look at the MLS goalscoring charts isn’t a heartening experience. With 13 goals in 27 games — four of them coming in one match against a lifeless Chicago Fire — 36-year-old Chris Wondolowski is the top goalscoring American. In second is Gyasi Zardes, who has more than a half-century of caps and only one important goal in his international career. That was a tap-in from less than a yard out. 

Union Berlin Wins First-Ever Bundesliga Match Against Poor Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund suffered a shock defeat to Bundesliga newcomers Union Berlin on Saturday. Dortmund lined up with Julian Brandt, Marco Reus, Jadon Sancho and Paco Alcacer leading the attack; on paper, this match should be won by Dortmund every time.

But a win for Dortmund was not in the cards. Union struck first via Marius Bulter’s low strike. Alcacer equalized for Dortmund three minutes later to breathe some life back into the match.