It’s time to get excited.
After Peru qualified for the last spot in the tournament, the 2018 World Cup stage is set.
If this doesn’t force big changes for US Soccer and the USMNT, then nothing will.
Regardless of who wins the Confederations Cup, we’ve been given a solid primer ahead of the World Cup—particularly with Germany, Mexico, Portugal and Chile.
On Tuesday, Monaco’s wonderful Champions League run came to a screeching halt. It was fantastic for the club, but what comes next probably won’t be.
Juventus are closing in on their 6th straight Serie A title, and with little resistance. But winning their first UCL title since ’96? It’d mean the world.
Another wondrous UCL performance from Cristiano Ronaldo gave Real a big advantage over Atlético in leg one. Or in other words: It was the same old story.
We saw this last round—a club holding their ground at home while dismantling Barcelona. But unfortunately for the Spanish giants, Juventus is no PSG.
Tuesday afternoon, PSG took a much-needed step forward. Wednesday afternoon, Arsenal tried to follow suit. Instead, they crashed and burned. Again.
Since 2012, PSG have run Ligue 1. But along the way they’ve failed to take that next step in continental play—until Tuesday, when they battered Barcelona.
If Hope Solo is genuinely hoping to return to the USWNT, maybe criticizing the side’s current coach should wait. That said, she never seems to help herself.
18-year-old Monaco forward Kylian Mbappé is “the next Henry.” Two-plus years ago, 19-year-old Monaco forward Anthony Martial was too. Can we knock this off?
The 4th Round of the FA Cup produced just about the most magic it could have. The 5th Round, however, sets us up for an all-EPL quarterfinal. What gives?
With Peter Crouch hitting the 100 EPL goal milestone last week, we started thinking: who’s next? And, who else should be there within the next 2-3 years?
Many fans yearn for parity, or at least a somewhat competitive league year after year. For fans of German football, parity has arrived in the Bundesliga.
The UCL group stage has come and gone, and with it, a couple of surprises have looked our way. What does it mean going forward, and who drops into Europa?
So often, football is straightforward. It wasn’t last year with Leicester City, while this season, clubs like Nice and Leipzig are stirring things up.
We cannot talk about David Luiz without revisiting World Cup 2014, but his Deadline Day move to Chelsea gives the Blues some needed flexibility. What else?