I’m Not Crying, You Are — Pulisic Gifts Debut Goal To Childhood Friend

Before last night, casual U.S. soccer fans may not have had any idea who Haji Wright is. After last night's impressive 3-0 win against Morocco, that changed. Wright came on as a halftime substitute and immediately impressed, with a series of clever flick-on passes in build-up play and surging runs into the box that showcased his attacking threat. It was his 64th-minute penalty conversion, however, that Wright and USMNT fans alike will never forget. 

Scottish Fans Join In Singing Ukraine National Anthem In Incredible Moment Of Unity

Soccer, football, calcio, whatever you call it, it is one of the most uniting sports on the planet. That was as evident as ever on Wednesday before the World Cup qualifying game between Scotland and Ukraine. As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, there was an extraordinary moment of solidarity before the game. Watch as Scotland fans sing Ukraine’s national anthem.

Bianca Sierra Y Stephany Mayor, La Primera Pareja Casada En La Liga MX Femenil

Bianca Sierra y Stephany Mayor son la pareja más emblemática dentro del fútbol mexicano. Y su largo noviazgo acaba de recibir un upgrade: a través de sus redes sociales ambas jugadoras de Tigres Femenil informaron de su reciente boda.

Bianca Sierra y Stephany Mayor están casadas

Los detalles específicos de la ceremonia no fueron compartidos, pero la decisión de anunciar el nuevo estatus de su relación en el inicio del mes del orgullo LGBTQIA es sumamente simbólica.

Marcelo Confirms Real Madrid Exit And Signs Off In Style

After announcing that Real Madrid's 1-0 victory over Liverpool in the Champions League final was his last match for the club, Marcelo was fittingly the star of the show during Sunday's trophy parade.

Marcelo joined from boyhood club Fluminense in 2007 and spent 16 seasons at the Santiago Bernabéu. He finishes his Real Madrid career as the most decorated player in the club's illustrious history with 25 trophies, including five Champions League triumphs, six LaLiga titles and two Copa del Rey crowns. 

Pueblo Natal De Luis Díaz Armó Una Tremenda Fiesta Para Ver La Final De La Champions League

Una pantalla gigante, el hipnótico sonido del vallenato y un grito constante: "¡Lucho, Lucho, Lucho!". Barrancas, el pueblo natal de Luis Díaz, está completamente revolucionado con la presencia de su hijo ilustre en la final de la Champions League entre Liverpool y Real Madrid.

Familiares, amigos, conocidos y vecinos del pequeño municipio de 38 mil habitantes llenaron un gimnasio local, vestidos con camisetas de los Reds, esperando que Díaz se convierta en el héroe de la jornada. 

Video Of Grandson Taking Granddad With Dementia To Man City Match Wins The Internet

Move aside Gallagher brothers, Barry Carr might just be Manchester City’s most famous fan right now. A video of the Man City granddad attending the club’s final match of the season has gone viral with nearly five million views on TikTok and hundreds of thousands of upvotes on Reddit. 

Meet Union Omaha, The Last Remaining Third-Division Side In The U.S. Open Cup

After two long years without the U.S. Open Cup because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was the game that made us fall in love with this glorious competition all over again.     

Third-division Union Omaha — contesting just its second-ever Open Cup match — travelled to 60,000-seat Soldier Field on April 19 to take on four-time champion Chicago Fire and twice came from a goal down, including an equalizer in the 122nd-minute, to prevail in a penalty shootout.

Macario, Horan And Lyon Slay Mighty Barcelona With Dominant Showing And Insane 30-Yard Golazo

American stars Catarina Macario and Lindsey Horan became the fourth and fifth USWNT players to win the UEFA Champions League as Lyon defeated the seemingly unstoppable Barcelona 3-1 on Saturday in Turin.

Macario and Horan played the entire game and the 22-year-old phenom made history as the first American to score in the final

HISTORY! USWNT Phenom Macario Becomes First American To Score In A Champions League Final

Catarina Macario made history on Saturday when she became the first American to score in a UEFA Champions League final. Macario and her club Lyon faced Spanish powerhouse and defending champions Barcelona in Turin, Italy, and had a sensational first half.

With Lyon leading 2-0, Macario netted the third goal in the 33rd minute with a poacher’s finish at the far post. Lyon went on to win 3-1.

Everything You Need To Know About The Women's Champions League Final

The 2021-22 UEFA Women's Champions League has been a watermark edition of the competition.