The Best Goals Of Matchday 6 In UEFA Euro Championship

Matchday 6 has come to a close in UEFA’s European Qualifiers with only four more games left for each country. After the first week kicked-off in the later half of 2014, the 53 nations split into nine groups have developed distinct leaders who will enter into the play-off stages. As of now, the leaders of each group are: Iceland, Wales, Slovakia, Poland, England, Romania, Austria, Croatia, and Portugal. 

Mexico Have Shocked The Hosts Of The Copa America

After a lackluster display against Bolivia in their first match of the Copa Amerca, Mexico’s “B” team had little to be optimistic about coming into a tough match against host Chile. The Chileans, one of the favorites of the tournament, were also the favorites of the match between the two. La Roja had just come off a 2-0 win in their first match against Ecuador and are the host of the tournament.

The USWNT Struggles In Attack As It Draws Sweden 0-0

If you were left feeling hung out to dry as a soccer fan after watching the United States complete a nil-nil draw against Sweden, you were not alone. This game had almost everything going for it: the #2 ranked team in the world against the #5 ranked team in the world, legendary players on both sides, an absolute smattering of attacking talent across the U.S. team sheet, and a head coach dropping some cold hard truth about her former players in the lead up to the match. The logs were gathered, the kindling was flaming, and all we got was…smoke.  

FIFA, The World's Worst Organization, Has Put Out The World's Worst Movie

Normally when someone says a movie is the worst movie in the history of everything, you'd take a look at Tommy Wiseau's "The Room" and see that it can get worse. This isn't the case with the FIFA propaganda film "United Passions." It somehow manages to be worse than "The Room" and that's saying something.

Don't get me wrong, Tim Roth nails it--he always does--but literally every other part of the movie fails on literally every single level. No, I am not being hyperbolic.

Go Between The Posts With Tim Howard In The Goalkeepers' Union

Each week (or so), The18's Mike Smith takes a look at how football is portrayed and covered in the media and popular culture. This week, we review the documentary “Goalkeepers' Union"