Becky Sauerbrunn Gives Advice That Everyone Needs To Hear In New Adidas Video

Becky Sauerbrunn is all-conquering. The 34-year-old is sitting on 174 caps and counting, she’s a two-time World Cup winner, an Olympic gold medalist and two-time NWSL champion. She’s been doing the damn thing for the USWNT for over a decade now, and she’s just joined forces with Christine Sinclair, Lindsey Horan and Tobin Heath on the Portland Thorns.

Chicharito Stars In Jimmy Kimmel Live Sketch

In his quest to replace Zlatan Ibrahimović at the LA Galaxy, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández certainly got off to a quieter start than the Swede. While Zlatan instantly endeared himself to America with a spectacular brace against LAFC in El Tráfico, Chicharito was held to just one shot in the Galaxy’s 2020 season opener against Houston

With Neymar Suspended, Kylian Mbappé’s Double Nutmeg Provides The Sauce Vs. Dijon

With Neymar out suspended, Kylian Mbappé had two goals and an assist in Paris Saint-Germain’s 4-0 thrashing of Dijon on Saturday. But it’ll be the back-to-back Mbappé nutmegs that torment the nightmares of Dijon defenders for years to come.

Neymar sat out the match after picking up two yellow cards in the Feb. 23 match with Girondins de Bourdeaux. Marco Verratti was also out suspended while Thiago Silva, Ander Herrera, Colin Dagba and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting were all injured. 

Gatorade’s New GOAT Camp Commercial Is A Whole Lot Of Lionel Messi

Do you ever wish that you could go to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry except instead of magic and getting attacked by Lord Voldemort every year it's a school for elite athletes? I know I don’t because I’d probably be an outcast, fail every single class and tear my hamstring, but that’s essentially the idea behind Gatorade’s new GOAT Camp advertisement. 

Netflix Releases Trailer For Upcoming ‘Ultras’ Movie

Here’s the official trailer for Ultras, which is scheduled for a release date of March 20 on Netflix. When any film or book tackles hooligan culture, the potential for cliché tropes and cringeworthy sentiments masquerading as passion is off the charts, but there’s a lot to like about this first look at Ultras.

Women’s Footballer Bashes Dislocated Kneecap Back Into Place, Plays On Like A Boss

Sadly, there still exists a population of humans who dismiss women’s football as being lesser than the men’s game. For all those numskulls in that camp, let us present Jane O’Toole.

The captain of St. Mirren WFC showed more toughness in a single Scottish Women’s Championship Cup than most men’s footballers will show in an entire season on Sunday against Inverness Caledonian Thistle. 

The Basement Of Benjamin Mendy’s House Is An Indoor Soccer Pitch

It’d be difficult to identify a player that’s had a worse time with injuries over the last three years than Benjamin Mendy. He showed that he could be one of the world’s best left backs during his incredible 2016-17 campaign with Monaco, but after moving to Manchester City for a princely fee of $67.7 million, his personal nightmare began after suffering a devastating knee injury on only his fifth appearance for the Citizens.

Over 20 Years Later, David Beckham Still Gets Emotional Talking About His Infamous Red Card

No one did a personal redemption story out on the pitch quite like David Beckham. He did it during his final season at Real Madrid, when he went from being dropped by Fabio Capello to proving instrumental in the club’s dramatic LaLiga triumph. He did it with the LA Galaxy when shifting his reputation from disinterred Hollywood celebrity to two-time MLS Cup champion.

‘Foosballers’ Is The Soccer Documentary You Didn’t Know You Needed

Foosball — or table soccer — was once the eighth-most popular sport in the United States. Professional footballers raked in huge winnings on a million-dollar tour with Porches given to champions. It was a glamorous time, with the sport appearing in major Hollywood films.

Trailer For New Andrés Iniesta Documentary Reveals Stunning Cast Of Contributors

No player better represents the artistry and meritocracy of football than Andrés Iniesta. His nickname El Ilusionista (The Illusionist) encapsulates it all. He had an unmatched ability to confound the opposition from the midfield position, be it his miraculous power to effortlessly escape a pack of chasing defenders or his fantastic capacity to contort the ball to his every desire.