With each kit released for the 2020-21 season, I find myself shaking my head; it has become abundantly clear that kit designers have simply run out of ideas.
There has been a near world-wide moratorium on the playing of soccer in recent weeks because of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic. The last few weeks have been particularly devastating for football fans around the globe who have nothing to watch on weekends, forcing them to interact with family members with whom they forgot they lived. But out of hardship comes art, and thus we have found a treasure trove of soccer cat stock photos.
Here are some of the most famous celebrity soccer fans of these 18 coveted European clubs:
After months of research and sleepless nights filled with pacing and contemplation, I have finally been able to compile a comprehensive list ranking the top 10 kids of football stars.
Top 10 Football Players Kids
What are the most popular sports in the world?
Sports, tactical games that we have created and engaged in for centuries, have been one of the major driving forces of what makes and keeps us human. Whether it is the perfect spiral thrown 60 yards or the buoyant header that reaches the corner of the net, every single sport provides the same roller coaster of emotions, the same high-spirited crowd of fans and the same rush of adrenaline that comes along with the ultimate sense of competition.
The World Cup is coming to an end and with the final approaching, we have created a compilation of some of the players who will be playing in this monumental event.
With fewer players involved, it is important to focus on being able to quickly identify who the French and the Croatian players are. With France being back in the World Cup final for the first time since Zinedine Zidane's headbutt in 2006, this game might be one for the record books. Croatia too has an enormous historical weight on this tiny country's shoulders.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Megan Rapinoe and Crystal Dunn are the three soccer players in ESPN Body Issue 2018, the tenth edition of its kind. ESPN hadn't featured more than two soccer players since the first Body Issue back in 2009.
Liverpool fans came in numbers to the 2018 Champions League final in Kiev. There were also plenty of fans who couldn’t make the game and watched from Anfield. Come the full time whistle, no matter where they watched, Liverpool fans were understandably upset about the result. And many Liverpool fan reactions were caught on camera.