Good to be back.
It’s time to get excited.
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.
The debate over implementing safe standing spaces at matches has raged on for years. But now, it’s looking like more of a reality across England.
It’s not Portugal’s fault for taking advantage of every break that’s gone their way at the Euro. All that matters are results, and they keep getting them.
We’re almost there, aren’t we? Two big matchups—Portugal v. Wales, Germany v. France—will produce our Euro 2016 Final. What can we expect?
After going 5-3 in our Euro 2016 Round of 16 predictions, it’s time to breakdown the four matches making up the quarterfinals. Which countries will advance?
Too often we forget soccer is a team sport when it’s convenient for us. As far as Messi goes with Argentina, he can do whatever he wants. It’s not up to us.
Where did the Euro group stages get us? Where do we go from here? It’s prediction time with the Round of 16 kicking off.
All this talk of dilution because of the Euro expanding, and yet, it’s been the bigger nations that haven’t been so convincing.
Is it Die Mannschaft and everyone else as we turn our attention to Group C? Not exactly. The Germans should top their group, but Poland won’t roll over.
Looking back at the Women’s World Cup group stage and what to expect in the knockout rounds.
The U.S. men’s national team just experienced one of their best stretches, winning games against two European powers.
Breaking down all of the major story lines ahead of Women’s World Cup in Canada.
The glorified popularity contest has lost its meaning.
Can a goalkeeper win the Ballon d’Or?
The World Champions have begun qualification for Euro 2016 slower than expected, but there is no reason to panic just yet.
With both the newly expanded field and strong starts from countries like Iceland and Wales, the minnows’ Euro 2016 chances might not be so far upstream.