Will Ferrell Tries To Provide Soccer Commentary, Interview Ted Lasso During LAFC Match

LAFC looks like it might miss the postseason for the first time in its four-year history. They can’t blame the efforts of part-owner Will Ferrell, who tried to conjure Ted Lasso vibes during Tuesday night’s disappointing 1-1 draw with Vancouver. Not even the humor of two former SNL standouts and Coach Beard could rally Bob Bradley’s struggling squad.

Ryan Reynolds Shows Intimate Understanding Of British Football After Attending Just One Match

Ryan Reynolds is fairly new to this soccer thing. The Canadian movie star recently bought one of the world’s oldest clubs, Wrexham AFC, with fellow funnyman Rob McElhenney. The two attended their first Wrexham game on Tuesday, an away match against Maidenhead United at York Road. Though still a novice, Reynolds showed an uncanny and deep understanding of what British soccer is all about after attending just one match.

First Ever NWSL Specific Stadium Set To Be Built In Kansas City

The first soccer stadium built for a National Women's Soccer League team will be constructed in Kansas City, Mo., the club announced Tuesday.

The owners of the future home of Kansas City NWSL will finance the estimated $70 million stadium, which will be built along the Berkley Riverfront in the city, near the Missouri River.

Newcastle Kindly Asks Fans To Not Cosplay As Arabs

Newcastle United have urged fans to refrain from wearing traditional Arabic attire or Middle East-inspired head coverings at games, the Premier League club said in a statement on Wednesday.

Newcastle were acquired by a Saudi Arabia-led consortium earlier this month.

A number of supporters turned up in robes and head coverings for the home clash against Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend, the first game since the takeover.

This Is The Newcastle Team That All The Ridiculous Transfer Rumors Have Built

After months of back-page rumors and legal challenges, Newcastle United's Saudi takeover was officially announced last week, much to the elation of Newcastle supporters.

Fans took to the streets outside of St. James' Park in celebration of the cash flow that they hope will be injected into the club, as they dreamed of Kylian Mbappé, Philippe Coutinho, and other high-price attackers suiting up in the Magpies' black and white stripes.

Newcastle Fans Are Partying At St. James’ Park After Confirmation Of $415M Takeover

LONDON - A Saudi-Arabian backed consortium completed its purchase of Premier League club Newcastle United on Thursday as a long-running takeover saga finally reached the conclusion the majority of the club's supporters desired.

Fourteen months after Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) withdrew a $415.07 million bid to buy the north-east club from owner Mike Ashley following the Premier League's failure to give regulatory approval, a deal was announced after a day of mounting excitement on Tyneside.

Wrexham’s Early Days Under Ryan Reynolds And Rob McElhenney Have Been Incredible

When actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney purchased fifth-tier Wrexham AFC back in February, they promised to turn the Welsh side into a global force, safeguard the club’s history (it’s the third oldest football team in the world), invest in the women’s squad and redevelop the 157-year-old Racecourse Stadium.

Everyone's Favorite Owner Will Not Be Back At It Again After Drawing 3-Year Ban From CONCACAF

We were treated to an all-time CONCACAF moment last week when Ronnie Brunswijk, the 60-year-old Vice President of Suriname, started and played 54 minutes in the round of 16 of the CONCACAF League.

Brunswijk suited up for Inter Moengotapoe (IMT), the club he owns, as they lost 6-0 to Honduran side Olimpia. Needless to say, he looked a little out of place:

Con 60 Años Y Uno De Sus 50 Hijos En Cancha, Ronnie Brunswijk Protagoniza La Noche Más Concacaf Del 2021

Pasaron tantas cosas en el duelo por la Concacaf League entre el Inter Moengotapoe de Surinam y el Olimpia de Honduras que no queda otra que describir la jornada vivida en el estadio Franklin Essed de Paramaribo   como la noche más Concacaf de todo el 2021.

Todo gracias a este hombre: Roonie Brunswijk.

Concacaf Just Hit New Weirdness Level With 60-Year-Old Vice President Of Suriname Starting Himself

You read that headline correctly. The Suriname Vice President, Ronnie Brunswijk, played for 54 minutes against Honduran club giant Olimpia on Tuesday night. The club he owns and captained that night, Inter Moengotapoe, lost 6-0.

Brunswijk is officially the oldest player in the world to play in an international club competition at the spry young age of 60. Inter and Olimpia were playing in the Concacaf League, which is essentially the UEFA Europa League equivalent.