Human Interest

Paris Police Attacked, 158 Arrested After PSG Champions League Final Defeat

Paris police were attacked, shops in the French capital were vandalized and 158 people were arrested after Paris Saint-Germain's loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League final, the interior minister and police said on Monday.

"The savagery of certain delinquents from last night: 16 members of the police forces injured, 12 shops attacked, around 15 cars vandalized," Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin wrote on Twitter.

American Abroad Krystyna Freda responde a nuestras preguntas sobre la Liga de Campeones Femenina

KF: Janine es fantástica. Ella es una líder dentro y fuera del campo y una gran adición al equipo. Desde el primer día que nos conocimos nos llevamos muy bien y tenemos mentalidades similares, así que es genial tenerla aquí.

The18: ¿Cómo terminaste con el Glasgow City (cuáles son los términos de tu préstamo de Apollon)? Jugaste y anotaste contra el City en los dieciseisavos de final de la temporada pasada, ¿eso te abrió la puerta a la jugada de alguna manera?

Club Uses UEFA Loophole To Loan Players From Rivals For Europa League Qualifier

Kosovan soccer club FC Prishtina have taken the unprecedented step of signing players on loan from rival teams for one match in order to contest a Europa League qualifier, the club and the national federation have confirmed.

Inside Puerto Rico’s Plan To Build Hurricane-Proof, Eco-Friendly Stadiums For Soccer, Community Shelters

Three years ago, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving the territory’s infrastructure in shambles. Soccer was an afterthought, with hundreds of thousands left without homes and millions left without power. 

This week, Puerto Rico revealed its road to recovery for soccer in the U.S. territory, with an ambitious plan to build green, eco-friendly stadiums that double as shelters during natural disasters — and a goal to qualify for the 2026 World Cup.

What Does The Women’s Transfer Market Look Like?

The summer transfer window is open and will stay open for the next few months. Huge signings and huge sums of money have been spent on the men's side, and I’m sure most of us know the ins and outs of the men's transfer market.

After A Decade Of Service, David Silva Will Have A Statue Outside The Etihad

Manchester City midfielder David Silva is departing the club after a decade of service. On Monday, City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak revealed the plan for a David Silva statue, as well as the dedication of a training pitch with a mosaic to the Spaniard.

Ciro Immobile Can’t Believe He ‘Interrupted The Leo-Cristiano Duet’ For Golden Shoe

It’s been over a week since Ciro Immobile’s 36th and final goal of the 2019-20 Serie A season earned him both the Capocannoniere (five goals more than Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo) and European Golden Shoe (two more than Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski), but the 30-year-old Lazio striker is still in disbelief, and one look at the last decade of Golden Shoe-winners tells you exactly why.

NCAA D-I Expected To Cancel Fall 2020 Season

There has been no word from the NCAA itself on whether or not all fall sports will be postponed, but NCAA D-II and D-III decided to cancel the fall championships on Wednesday, Aug. 5. This decision left many people puzzled: What would players be competing for if not for championships?

Frenkie De Jong’s Hand Bandage Was Hiding The Worst Bee Sting We’ve Ever Seen

Barcelona’s 3-1 victory over Napoli on Saturday was a throwback to Barça’s more controlled days with Ivan Rakitić deputizing smartly for the suspended Sergio Busquets and Frenkie de Jong going from strength to strength in midfield.

Napoli couldn’t get close to the 23-year-old Dutch maestro, who hardly put a foot wrong while completing 94% of his passes in the attacking third and going three-for-three in take-ons. He also had a would-be assist contemptuously chalked off after the ball grazed Lionel Messi’s upper arm.

Aberdeen Match Postponed After 8 Players Visit Bar And Contract COVID

Aberdeen's Scottish Premiership match away to St Johnstone on Saturday has been postponed after two of the club's players tested positive for COVID-19 and six more are self-isolating.

On Thursday, Aberdeen issued a statement saying the match would go ahead as planned but following a meeting on Friday between Scotland's Minister for Public Health, the Scottish FA and Scottish Professional Football League, the matter has been taken out of their hands.