FA Cup

Wayne Rooney with the Curler in the FA Cup

Some say he was offsides, but no matter the call, Wayne Rooney scored a delightful goal today against Derby. While playing away in the 4th round of the FA Cup, Rooney beat the Derby keeper with a curling ball from the left corner of the box. With a lackluster first half of the season, Rooney is a changed man in 2016. He has six goals for the new year and has been making under pressure manager, LVG very happy. With Rooney's curling effort, Manchester United would go on to beat Derby 3 - 1.

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January has arrived and with it the opening of the winter transfer window. The new economic realities of the Premier League television contracts mean that small English clubs have the financial muscle to meet and outbid offers from established European clubs.

Chelsea Wins Women's FA Cup In Front Of Record Crowd

In front of a record 30,710 fans, Chelsea defeated Notts County 1-0 in the women's FA Cup final.

South Korean international Ji So-Yun got the game's only goal in the first half.

Given the crowd was a record for a women's FA Cup final, women's soccer seems to be enjoying an extended rise in popularity in England following the national team's extended run in the World Cup. Attendance records have also been set for women's soccer in the U.S this year.

This was the first women's FA Cup final to be held at Wembley Stadium.


FA Community Shield Match Preview: Chelsea vs Arsenal

The English clubs are finishing their pre-season tours around America and the rest of the world all in preparation for another dramatic filled season that is just around the corner. The FA Community Shield is the first trophy up for grabs. 

Arsenal, the winners of last years FA Cup, will go head-to-head against their London rivals, Chelsea, winners of the Premier League. Any match that involves these two clubs brings spectators together from around the world, let alone the fact that they fill be fighting for a major trophy. It is sure to be a match not to miss.