The Players With The Most Career Goals In MLS History

Since Major League soccer began play in 1996, the United States and Canada has been home to some of the world’s finest attacking talent. The likes of David Villa and Sebastian Giovinco have been scoring at an unprecedented rate over the last few years, but there are those from the league’s humble beginnings that scored at an even more impressive clip.

These Hospital Gowns Made From Famous Players’ Jerseys Are The Best Thing You’ll See This Week

No one likes to have to go to the hospital. Whether it’s illness, injury or visiting a loved one, hospitals can be scary places, especially for kids.

But thanks to a new initiative from the Spanish football magazine Panenka and the creative agency We Are Xuxa, children are being given new strength at hospitals across Spain. 

Called Las Batas Más Fuertas, the inspiring collaboration is converting soccer jerseys into hospital gowns for children.  

German National Team Puts Out Cheekily Defiant Ad To Promote Women’s World Cup

The USWNT isn’t the only France-bound team to put out an inspiring Women's World Cup ad this year.

About a week after FOX put out an inspiring and gritty Women's World Cup ad with USWNT stars Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Becky Sauerbrunn, the German women’s national team put out its own inspirational commercial ahead of this summer’s tournament in France. 

‘G Is For Golazo’ More Than Just A Cool Children’s Book

Finding a good soccer children's book can be difficult for true fans of the beautiful game. You want something easily accessible for a youngster, but you don’t want something condescending or trifling.

Fortunately, there’s “G is for Golazo: The Ultimate Soccer Alphabet,” a kid’s picture book released Tuesday by Triumph Books. 

“G is for Golazo” is a follow-up to “B is for Baller,” a similar idea for basketball. In this soccer children's book, author James Littlejohn pulls into more than 100 years of soccer references to go through the English alphabet.

Cristian Roldan Can't Stop Scoring Insane Volleys

Cristian Roldan is not known for his scoring. And when he does score, it's typically nothing special; he's just in the right place at the right time.

That's what makes the past two weeks that much more amazing.

The Seattle Sounders and USMNT midfielder hit not one, but two world-class volleys over that period — the first coming against Minnesota United last week and the second against the Houston Dynamo last night.

Here's a look at Roldan's equalizer against the Loons on May 4.

Remembering The First Women’s Soccer Game: Mia Hamm Soccer 64

In 2015, EA Sports bragged to anyone and everyone who would listen about how FIFA 16 would be the first video game of its kind to feature women’s soccer players. 

Given the popularity of women’s soccer — especially in the U.S., where the women are actually successful compared to the men — it seemed an odd omission for the FIFA franchise to not have included women for so long. It took the 2015 Women’s World Cup (being played in Canada, where the FIFA series is developed), to spur EA into actually including women in its best-selling sports franchise. 

Revisiting The 1998 World Cup With Roger Bennett's "American Fiasco"

The growth of soccer in the United States has been incredible over the past decade. Not only have we seen growth domestically within Major League Soccer, but just walking down the street you can pick out multiple different soccer jerseys being casually worn. It has become one of the most popular sports in the country.

Stunning Videos Contrast Tottenham’s Ecstasy With Ajax’s Unbridled Agony

Last night in Amsterdam, Tottenham’s Lucas Moura scored the latest-ever match-winner in the history of Champions League regular time (90+6’) to transform the scene inside Johan Cruijff ArenA from that of full-fledged euphoria to utter devastation.

Alex Morgan Lands Solo Cover On 2019 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition

Sports Illustrated just released its 2019 Swimsuit edition and USWNT superstar Alex Morgan continues to prove that she can in fact do it all.

For the second time in history, three stunning females take over the cover as they show off their hard work, dedication and confidence, including soccer star Alex Morgan. 

“Alex Morgan stands for feminine strength and power — using her voice to fight for gender discrimination and equal pay,” SI Swimsuit editor MJ Day said.

Vincent Kompany Had His Michael Scott Moment Yesterday

Everything and everyone contrived against Vincent Kompany scoring the winner with a 30-yard bomb against Leicester City on Monday night. First off, the man’s own muscles, which have contrived to deprive him of less than 20 league starts in each of the last four campaigns. Monday marked his 12th appearance in an EPL starting 11 this term.