Se viene la Copa América, el torneo continental más antiguo y competitivo a nivel de selecciones del orbe. Destacados jugadores de renombre mundial representan a sus respectivas selecciones nacionales y confluyen en territorio brasileño para arrebatarle el cartel de eternos favoritos a los dueños de casa.
Idilio veraniego para todos nosotros los amantes del buen balompié y del equilibrio en el juego, en su justa medida, de todas las oncenas que acuden a tamaña exhibición deportiva.
If there's one takeaway from last night's CONCACAF Nations League final, it's that the USMNT vs. Mexico rivalry is alive and well.
The first competitive match between the North American rivals since the 2019 Gold Cup Final had everything: late equalizers, abundant yellow cards, penalties, missed penalties, VAR controversy, on-field scuffles and inexplicably long periods of injury.
It's been a pretty good couple of days for the social media team over at Glasgow-based soccer club Partick Thistle.
First, they made a brilliant signing-announcement video that combined the song "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by 90s one-hit-wonder Deep Blue Something along with a spliced message from manager Ian McCall, which went viral to the tune of 25,000 likes on Twitter.
With no due respect to the Concacaf Nations League, meaningful international soccer returns from a Covid-induced hiatus with Euro 2020, slated for June 11 to July 11. Hosted in 11 cities across Europe, the European Championship will mark the first major international tournament since the Covid-19 pandemic struck the planet. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Euro 2020 in the U.S., from TV to streaming.
“Ted Lasso” stole our hearts last year with a heartwarming comedy starring Jason Sudeikis as a clueless American football coach taking over a Premier League club. Now the show is coming for our wallets. While unofficial Ted Lasso merch has been popping up on sites like Amazon and Etsy, official merchandise will be coming soon.
As the world heals from the pandemic, pick-up matches are on their way back as well. Pick-up matches exemplify all the best parts of soccer: intense rivalries, healthy competition and the opportunity to sharpen your skills.
If FIFA gave out an award each year for the least-hated player, then N’Golo Kanté would win every year. The Chelsea midfielder simply has no haters due to how humble he is. With the man being so loved worldwide, it makes the Kanté birthday story even sadder.
Felipe Saad, one of Kanté’s former teammates on Ligue 2 side Caen, told Brazilian outlet Uol Sport a heart-tugging story about one of his interactions with the Frenchman.