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All You Need To Know About The Upcoming UEFA Champions League

Liverpool won the prestigious trophy just about two months ago, but like every season in the Champions League, we go again. With the domestic season roaring back around for another go in many European countries, here is what you need to know about this year’s Champions League.

While technically the competition has already started, don’t worry, you aren’t missing out on much.

Why Do Clubs Have A Director Of Football?

Tuesday it was reported that Ed Woodward, Manchester United’s Chief Executive, will not be traveling to meet the squad while on preseason tour. This usually means Woodward will be dealing with important transfer business ahead of the upcoming Premier League season. Woodward is not Manchester United’s director of football, however he was brought in by the Glazer family to help the club increase its commercial outreach and revenue; a way of achieving that is through high-profile transfers.

Time For MLS To Get Beatdown By Liga MX In The Most Meaningless Competition Ever Created

As someone whose job is soccer all day, everyday, I like to think that I have a pretty good grip on what’s going on, why it’s going on and when it’s going on. In what I feel is a pretty damning indictment of the newfangled Leagues Cup competition, I haven't a goddamn clue on any of those fronts.

Let’s figure out what in the hell this thing is together.

Who Plays In The Leagues Cup?

Highest Attended Soccer Matches In U.S. History

Atlanta United set all sorts of Major League Soccer attendance records in its second year in the league, from highest average attendance to biggest MLS Cup crowd. It was impressive to see more fans at the 2018 MLS Cup final in December than the Super Bowl at the same stadium two months later. But how does Atlanta stack up to the highest attended soccer matches in U.S. history?

Antoine Griezmann’s Contract Moves Barcelona To The Top Of Europe’s Wage Bill

Following his $135 million transfer from Atlético Madrid to Barcelona, Antoine Griezmann became the fifth-most expensive footballer of all-time. The 28-year-old Frenchman immediately put pen to paper on a five-year contract at the Camp Nou that includes an astronomical release clause of $900 million.

Lionel Messi’s Staggering Income Only Topped By Taylor Swift, Kanye West And Kylie Jenner

According to the latest update from Forbes, Lionel Messi was the world’s fourth-highest paid entertainer in 2019 — only Kanye West, Kylie Jenner and Taylor Swift made more. So what is Lionel Messi’s net worth, how much does he make annually from his Barcelona contract and what does he earn from his lavish endorsement deals with adidas, Gatorade, Pepsi and others?

Lionel Messi Net Worth 2019

Lionel Messi Barcelona Contract And Salary

The 5 Biggest Soccer Events Of 2020

It’s with great sadness that our summer of soccer 2019 draws to a close. The USWNT lifted the World Cup, Brazil triumphed on home soil at the Copa América, Mexico reclaimed the Gold Cup and we’re into the final week of the Africa Cup of Nations. Unless you’re eagerly anticipating the ICC, our glorious summer is at an end.

Women's World Cup Final Referee One Of The Best There Is

FIFA announced the Women's World Cup final referee and fans of both sides should have no complaints with the choice.

Stéphanie Frappart of France will be the center referee for the USWNT’s match against the Netherlands on Sunday as Team USA seeks its second straight Women’s World Cup title and fourth overall.

USWNT Vs. The Netherlands: Women’s World Cup Final Preview And Prediction

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final date and time has been decided: On Sunday, July 7, the USWNT will take on the Netherlands at 11:00 a.m. ET on Fox, while Spanish-language coverage will be provided by Telemundo. The venue will be the 59,186-seat Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Lyon, the site of both semifinals. 

How To Watch Women's World Cup 2019 (TV, Streaming, Apps)

The Women’s World Cup is here. As the U.S. women’s national team begins its quest to repeat as world champion, there’s one thing on the mind of every soccer fan: How to watch Women's World Cup 2019?

The 2019 Women’s World Cup will be broadcast in the United States by FOX (English) and Telemundo (Spanish). But not every game will be on FOX or Telemundo, as both networks will spread the matches on its various networks.