Crystal Palace Will Need To Capitalize On Rare Chances To Win The FA Cup

The 135th FA Cup final will take place tomorrow, and the historical significance of the occasion will find its perfect match in the outdated, contrasting styles on the pitch. Manchester United have struggled to dazzle, or even go forward, all year. Crystal Palace have played their best while soaking up pressure and hitting on the counter.

Never Seen The Copa Sudamerica? The Final Is The Best Time To Start.

Copa Sudamericana is an international football tournament organized by the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol), which brings together more than 50 football clubs in South America. It is the second international competition developed in South American territory after most prestigious Copa Libertadores. It is held in the second half of each year.

The Copa Sudamericana Finals 2015, as in they did in 2014, face off one  team from Argentina against another from Colombia. This year features Huracán against Santa Fe.

NWSL Final Preview: Seattle Reign vs FC Kansas City at 9:30 PM EST on FS1

The Seattle Reign and FC Kansas City are about to face off in the final of the National Women’s Soccer League playoffs tonight at 9:30 PM EST on Fox Sports 1. If you didn’t know that, you are not only not alone, but you have come to the right place

NWSL 2015 Playoff Preview: Chicago Red Stars Host FC Kansas City

Ladies and Gentlemen, here we are: The 2015 NWSL playoffs. This Sunday, the best four teams from the regular season (The Seattle Reign, Chicago Red Stars, FC Kansas City, and Washington Spirit), will battle it out for a place in the final, and you will be able to catch it all on Fox Sports 1. 

You’re probably asking yourself, “but I don’t know anything about the NWSL? Why should I care when the Chicago Red Stars host FC Kansas City on Sunday, the 13th at 1:30 PM EST?”

Roma And Juventus Meet In A Serie A Clash Of Titans

This Sunday great emotions will return to Serie A, a league that is trying to recover its world-class status after being displaced by La Liga, the Bundesliga and the Premier League. Roma host Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico.

Juventus has won the last four Serie A titles (Scudettos), and lost to Barcelona in the Champions League final last June.

Unfortunately for Juventus, this summer they lost Arturo Vidal, Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez.

Five Reasons Why The 2015/16 Bundesliga Will Be The Best One Yet

Good news Bundesliga fans, the season opener between Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV is only one day away and the entire year is accessible to watch in America for the first time on FOX. We have compiled the top five reasons of why this 2015/16 Bundesliga season will be one of the most thrilling, exciting years filled with highs and lows, and plenty of glory.

1. Bayern Munich’s World-Class Signings 

Tigres Challenge River Plate In Copa Libertadores: No More Ties

Copa Libertadores – started in 1960 as “Copa de Campeones de América” but, since 1965, played under its current name – comes this Wednesday to its conclusion. Tigres de Mexico and River Plate of Argentina will face off in the Monumental de Buenos Aires.

The first leg, played on the Tigres home turf, saw a 0-0 draw. This is not entirely surprising, given the fact that these rivals have met two other times so far in 2015 and there has never been a winner. The three games total, including the first leg of the final, have all ended in draws: 1-1, 2-2 and 0-0 respectively.

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. 

2015 Gold Cup Group Stage Preview: How To Watch The Opening Round

America is on one of their biggest soccer highs ever after watching its women take home the World Cup from Canada 2015, and now hopefully that momentum is being shifted over to the men as they prepare to take on Honduras in the Gold Cup opener. 

The tournament lasts from July 7th to July 26th, with the group stage taking place over eight days in which each nation will play three games. The USA have an emphatic 28-1-2 record since the inaugural match in 1991, and look to extend that record even further in order to become the team to fear in July. 

Know thy Enemy: Nigeria

After its first two matches in this year’s World Cup, the U.S. Women’s National Team finds itself atop the Group of Death with 4 points thanks to a 0-0 draw with Sweden on Friday evening. The U.S. must win in order to clinch first place in the group, but a win or draw will be enough to secure a spot in the knockout round. The Lady Yanks’ final match of the group stage is against Nigeria this evening at 8 p.m. EST. What is there to know about the Nigerians?