Netflix Is Releasing A Documentary On The Most Infamous Transfer In Football History

Like a severed pig's head flying through the air and landing near the corner flag, a Netflix documentary surrounding Luis Figo's infamous transfer from Barcelona to Real Madrid is dramatically arriving Thursday, Aug. 25.

Titled "El Caso Figo" ("The Figo Affair"), the documentary promises in-depth testimonies from Figo, Pep Guardiola, former Barça president Joan Gaspart and — the man making a supremely dramatic entrance in the final 10 seconds of the trailer — Florentino Pérez himself.    

Paramount+ (Champions League, NWSL, Serie A) Now Has A Super Convenient Bundle

There’s a new bundle in the streaming world, and it might be one of the best deals yet. Paramount+ and Walmart+ are joining forces to make it more affordable to watch the Champions League, NWSL and Serie A, among other soccer and non-soccer offerings on CBS’s streaming platform.

Game Of Thrones Prequel: Will There Be Soccer?

I just found out the Game of Thrones prequel, “House of the Dragon,” premieres this weekend as HBO looks to capitalize on its one good show of the last decade by making a spinoff series. That got me thinking: Is there any soccer in it? 

Lately, most of my TV viewing has been soccer related. The European leagues are now in full swing, the U-20 Women’s World Cup is taking place in Costa Rica and I’ve been devouring “All Or Nothing: Arsenal.” 

Two USMNT Docuseries In The Works Ahead Of World Cup

As if November couldn’t come fast enough as the U.S. returns to the men’s World Cup for the first time in eight years, now fans have two more things to look forward to this fall: a pair of USMNT docuseries. 

A few days after Prime Video announced a series detailing the USMNT’s rivalry with Mexico, Deadline reported the existence of another USMNT docuseries in the works ahead of the 2022 World Cup, which kicks off in November. 

Telemundo Revela Su Equipo De Expertos Para El Mundial 2022

Durante la transmisión del clásico tapatío entre Chivas y Atlas, la cadena Telemundo anunció la lista de comentaristas que tendrá durante el desarrollo del Mundial de Catar 2022.

La compañía – y su servicio de pago Universo – tiene los derechos exclusivos de emisión para audiencias en español dentro de los Estados Unidos, mientras que Fox lo hará en inglés.

Your Complete Guide To Opening Weekend In Italy's Serie A

This weekend, Serie A kicks off following a transfer window that changed the dynamic of the entire league. Former favorites have failed to impress while good investments have helped others emerge as contenders. 

A relatively unassuming first weekend of games gives way to a title fight that has the potential to include as many as five clubs. Relegation will be a trap door that many will need to be aware of, including some relatively big teams. 

How To Watch The U.S. And México In The Women's U-20 World Cup?

We all know you can't wait until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but while you wait, you should know that it is not the only FIFA WC being played this year. In fact, this Wednesday, Aug. 10, we will be witnesses to a new big-stage tournament: the Women's U-20 World Cup.

Yep. New stars, new dreams and all that is happening inside the Concacaf neighborhood. Costa Rica hosts the event, while another three teams from the region – Canada, Mexico and United States – are among the 16 countries seeking the glory.

MLS All-Star Game Rosters, Preview And How To Watch On Wednesday Night

It's strange, contrived and entirely meaningless, but it's also a lot of fun. 2022 marks the 26th edition of the annual MLS All-Star Game with its current format effectively inviting the 52 best footballers currently residing in North America to get together and showcase their stuff for a night. 

¿Cómo Ver La Temporada 2022-23 De LaLiga En Estados Unidos?

LaLiga vuelve el próximo viernes 12 de agosto con tal vez una de las temporadas más anticipadas desde la salida de Cristiano Ronaldo y/o Lionel Messi.

Pulisic Deals With Pressure Of Being ‘LeBron James Of Soccer’ In Volkswagen Ad

Christian Pulisic is no stranger to pressure. 

He put the USMNT on his back as a teenager during the failed 2018 qualifying cycle, played in and won a German Cup final at 18, took on the burden of a $70 million price tag at Chelsea, played in and won a Champions League final there and has continued to handle the strain of being the national team's game-changer in the final third with incredible consistency, like Landon Donovan before him but without the emergence of a Clint Dempsey to work with.