Marcus Rashford’s Learning Sign Language To Judge A Poetry Contest For Deaf Children

A week after Ben Foster put the biggest smile on a leukemia patient’s face, Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford is now doing his part for the youth. The Man United man has been sidelined with a double stress fracture in his back since January, but with the extra time off trying to heal, Rashford has been doing some great things in his community.

Watch Watford Goalkeeper Ben Foster Give 12-Year-Old Leukemia Patient The Best Day Ever

In December, Ben Foster made a promise to 12-year-old Molly Hall that he was going to have her be one of the kid mascots for Watford when it hosted Liverpool. He kept that promise.

Molly has leukemia and gets around in a wheel chair, but that wasn’t going to stop Foster and Molly from coming out of the tunnel before kickoff. They even had a little joke about leaving tire marks on the pitch.

Make sure spare tissues are nearby for this amazing video showing the side of football we all simply love.

You Can Buy A Stunning Piece Of Tobin Heath’s Artwork While Supporting A Good Cause

Tobin Heath is one of the most badass footballers on the planet. The Nutmeg Queen will knock it through the wickets of friend and foe alike before scoring no-look goals that break the internet.

She’s an artist off the pitch as well.

The Worst Team In International Football Could Finally Get Its First Win

The beauty of the UEFA Nations League is that teams of similar skill level get to play one another. This ensures that the minnows of UEFA don’t have to routinely get clobbered by the big boys. After the latest draw, the worst team in football has another chance to win its first competitive game.

Gluttonous MLS Stadium Food Is More Than Enough Reason To Attend A Match

One of the best parts about attending a sporting event in the U.S. is the food. Unlike Europe, where they serve shit no one actually likes (prove I’m wrong), American stadiums are a Mecca of gluttonous foods and drinks. MLS stadium food is no different.

The best way to learn a city is through its food. One of the best ways to learn a city’s food is through the sporting arenas where thousands of fans gather every week. Nowhere is this more evident than at MLS stadiums, where food ranges from two-foot-long nachos in Texas to roasted cauliflower nachos in California. 

Netflix’s New Historical Drama Charts The Origins Of The Beautiful Game

In terms of historical dramas, Downton Abbey is one of the most critically acclaimed English-language TV shows of all time. The multiple award-winning series was created by Julian Fellowes, and his latest project — The English Game — is set to be released through Netflix on Friday, March 20 (the same day as the Ultras movie).

Sydney Leroux, Who Spends More On Childcare Than Her NWSL Salary, Obliterates Troll Who Tells Her To Find Another Career

There are few moms more badass than Sydney Leroux Dwyer

The World Is Your Oyster With These Life-Size Stat Cards

Oh christ, Valentine’s Day was weeks ago . . . did you completely forget about it up until this very moment? Is that the reason your significant other has been tirelessly working on a doll in your image, driving needles into it and reciting Necronomicon incantations under their breath? That could explain it.

Don’t worry, I’ve got just the thing to rekindle the old flame: FIFA Ultimate Team cards but in real life from CardsPlug (but obviously not marketed as FUT cards for legal reasons, I’d assume). 

The One Detail You May Have Missed From Kealia Ohai’s Stunning Wedding To JJ Watt

The 2019-20 NWSL offseason has been loaded with weddings, but the latest one may have upstaged them all based on the Kealia Ohai wedding pics plastered all over social media.

Orlando Pride teammates Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris were married at a lovely Miami wedding with many of their USWNT colleagues in attendance on Dec. 28. A week before that, Portland Thorns keeper Adrianna Franch married her partner, Emily Boscacci. 

This Alexandra Popp Free Kick Is A Nugget Of Joy With The Sauce To Match

While the men’s Champions League Round of 16 begins this week, the women’s competition doesn’t return until the end of March with the staging of the quarterfinals. The question — on the back of four straight titles — is can anyone disrupt Lyon’s recent hegemony of the competition?

One potential answer is Wolfsburg. 

The club won back-to-back European titles in 2013 and 2014, but in the five tournaments since, they’ve been bounced by Lyon four times (twice in the final, twice in the quarters). This season, the two clubs won’t possibly meet until the final.