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  • Andy Potts
    Published a day ago
    Falling from the heights

    Falling from the heights

    It used to be the highest football field in England. That’s the claim. The remote County Durham village of Wearhead, up in the North Pennines, was home to Wearhead United. For more than a century the team, resplendent in Red-and-White, competed on its memorably uneven pitch. The players rarely hit any great heights; this isn’t a tale of stirring cup runs and improbable title triumphs. But, at 1,017 feet above sea level, the team was proud of its geographical claim to fame.
  • Brian Wilson
    Published a day ago
    How to Start a Successful Fantasy Sports Business Like Dream11?

    How to Start a Successful Fantasy Sports Business Like Dream11?

    In recent years, the fantasy sports business has seen huge growth. Also, gained more prominence among the people across the globe. As we can see many people are using fantasy sports apps because of their lucrative benefits. Currently, there is an ever-increasing number of people using smartphones every day. Also, the market for the fantasy sports business continues to grow at an exceptional rate.
  • Robert Gregory
    Published a day ago
    All-Time Premier League: Introduction

    All-Time Premier League: Introduction

    “For alarmingly large chunks of an average day, I am a moron.” (Nick Hornby) If you’re a football fan, those words will probably hit home. Going about your own business, without warning you find your thoughts overtaken by the game and the team you love.
  • DE Brown
    Published 2 days ago
    Most Recognized Sports Logos

    Most Recognized Sports Logos

    At the heart of every good sports brand is the logo, which presents an attractive visual symbol that fans can instantly recognise regardless of where it is used.
  • Charlie Doukas
    Published 6 days ago
    MY FOOTBALL: my first team

    MY FOOTBALL: my first team

    In the summer of 2015 I signed up for my first Sunday League football team. This was probably by far the most exciting thing ever! I still vividly remember turning up to the training ground and signing the papers with my Dad. The ground looked absolutely fabulous and the seeing the big goals made me so excited!
  • Antony Silva
    Published 14 days ago
    Sports betting strategies and tips for you

    Sports betting strategies and tips for you

    As a sports gambler, you need to be well-informed on creative strategies and certified tips that guarantee successful outcomes. Many punters nowadays place their stakes based on shallow research. Though, this should not be the case.
Staff Picks
  • Andy Potts
    Published 5 months ago
    Socially distant soccer

    Socially distant soccer

    The training session came to an end and one of the triallists made his way over to say thanks for the opportunity. Instinctively, he offered his hand ... but right now in England, handshakes are off limits. As sport cautiously returns to action, everyone has plenty to learn.
  • Kayleigh Taylor
    Published 2 years ago
    The Future of Manchester United

    The Future of Manchester United

    Who is Solskjaer? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a name all football fans will recognise. Beyond his recent role of caretaker "Manager at Manchester United," Ole has a well-decorated past, to say the least.
  • Connor Brighton
    Published 2 years ago
    Meet FieldWiz: The Soccer Tracker That Helps Optimize Your Team's Performance

    Meet FieldWiz: The Soccer Tracker That Helps Optimize Your Team's Performance

    Over the past several years, the landscape of sports—both professionally and recreationally—has drastically changed. This can be attributed to two huge shifts in the culture: a new reliance upon analytics and data, and the corresponding technology that comes with it.
  • Brad Gould
    Published 2 years ago
    The Best Gear for Playing Soccer in the Cold

    The Best Gear for Playing Soccer in the Cold

    A sport that is played all around the world, soccer has been played in many weather conditions, be it under hot summer sun or in the elements of winter. In fact, many soccer players prefer to play in cold weather as opposed to really hot weather. Though difficult to breathe in the cold, hot weather can be much more dangerous when intense cardio is performed. When temperatures drop, however, it’s important to wear the correct gear for playing soccer in the cold. How to choose soccer shin guards may still be a personal preference, but in order to stay warm while running up and down the field, players need the correct head, hand, body, and foot gear. The top brands like Under Armour, Adidas, and Nike have created clothing tailored specifically for these cold weather conditions.
  • Connor Brighton
    Published 2 years ago
    The Ultimate Soccer Ball Guide

    The Ultimate Soccer Ball Guide

    Believe it or not, there are a lot of different kinds of soccer balls out there. Some soccer balls are designed for street or urban settings, while others are best on an indoor turf field. Some balls have more or less air retention, or differ between latex bladders and butyl bladders. That's why soccer ball guides are so important for your gamplay. In order to cover the basics of all the different types of ball, from when and where they're used to how they're made, you need to be informed so that you can choose which ball will work best for you.
  • Brad Gould
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Soccer Balls for Training

    Best Soccer Balls for Training

    Soccer, like any sport, has gone through an evolution over the years. The game has become faster, as have the players, and the soccer ball itself has evolved as well. The best soccer balls for training are the same ones that are the best for playing the game.
Celebrities
  • Aamir Kamal
    Published 16 days ago
    What Is The Religion Of Eden Hazard?

    What Is The Religion Of Eden Hazard?

    Most Muslims believe that Eden Hazard is a Muslim while others believe that he is a Christian. Eden Hazard's parents were Christians. We have done some great analysis to find out the religion of Eden Hazard using his social media accounts. Eden Hazard is a French footballer.
  • Mark Casey
    Published 26 days ago
    Why Soccer is the Most Beautiful Game

    Why Soccer is the Most Beautiful Game

    Soccer is the most creatively beautiful game in the world, with basketball and hockey being close seconds when speaking of team sports. Solo sports? MMA hands down, but that's for another conversation.
  • Judy
    Published 30 days ago
    Branded for mercy

    Branded for mercy

    Chapter One I open my eyes, as I look at a young girl and a woman kneeling beside the bed. “ who are you?” I could tell they were suprised. “ Oh good, you're awake” I sit up as I see her grab some newspapers out of her bag. I said, once more “ who are you?”. The woman smiled probaly thinking I was joking . Is she crazy? I looked over at the little girl hiding behind the woman, she had dark brown hair and was wearing a beautiful sunflower dress. The woman finally got the newspaper and handed me the head line.
Football
  • Andy Potts
    Published a day ago
    Falling from the heights

    Falling from the heights

    It used to be the highest football field in England. That’s the claim. The remote County Durham village of Wearhead, up in the North Pennines, was home to Wearhead United. For more than a century the team, resplendent in Red-and-White, competed on its memorably uneven pitch. The players rarely hit any great heights; this isn’t a tale of stirring cup runs and improbable title triumphs. But, at 1,017 feet above sea level, the team was proud of its geographical claim to fame.
  • Robert Gregory
    Published a day ago
    All-Time Premier League: Introduction

    All-Time Premier League: Introduction

    “For alarmingly large chunks of an average day, I am a moron.” (Nick Hornby) If you’re a football fan, those words will probably hit home. Going about your own business, without warning you find your thoughts overtaken by the game and the team you love.
  • Charlie Doukas
    Published 6 days ago
    MY FOOTBALL: my first team

    MY FOOTBALL: my first team

    In the summer of 2015 I signed up for my first Sunday League football team. This was probably by far the most exciting thing ever! I still vividly remember turning up to the training ground and signing the papers with my Dad. The ground looked absolutely fabulous and the seeing the big goals made me so excited!
Mls
  • Sam Hazelwood
    Published 3 months ago
    Promotion and Relegation?

    Promotion and Relegation?

    The great debate of North American soccer enthusiasts: Promotion versus Relegation. Arguably since the early days of pro soccer the idea within the North American soccer landscape has been an ongoing debate (I’m talking specifically in reference to USA/Canada). Yet, roughly 100 years later North American soccer still does not have promotion and relegation at any level. This is made all the more curious by the fact that the pro/rel system is a system of league organization that is widely used throughout the world. Further still the fact that it is not part of MLS league makeup makes MLS one of the few first-division professional soccer leagues in the world where clubs don't have to fear of getting dropped to a lower league. But the question is why the resistance? Sports after all feed on drama and what better way to add drama than to include a tried and true method to a league looking to attract more fans. The way I see it promotion and relegation is not some monumental hurdle that can’t be overcome but one that has too many excuses as to why it can’t be accomplished.
  • Peter D
    Published 5 months ago
    5 Americans in MLS who could move to Europe this summer.

    5 Americans in MLS who could move to Europe this summer.

    The transfer window is going to look different this year. There will still be a few big signings, (see Chelsea’s acquisition of Timo Werner) but all speculation is that the financial from impact of COVID-19 will lead to a more frugal summer across the board.
  • Sam Hazelwood
    Published 8 months ago
    USMNT: The Way Forward

    USMNT: The Way Forward

    Where to start? As I’m sure my readers know I have ranted and raved for years about the quality (and sometimes lack there of) of the United States National Soccer team. The far more glaring issue and the baseline of our woes is the lack of international caliber depth at our disposal. But that is only the tip of the iceberg of our present national teams ineffectiveness issues when competing against top ranked teams. The real issue has been replacing the old guard of the 2010 World Cup.
Movie Review
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 2 months ago
    Movie Review: 'The Keeper' Arrives at the Exact Wrong Time

    Movie Review: 'The Keeper' Arrives at the Exact Wrong Time

    Now is not the time for the movie The Keeper. A movie highlighting a story of reconciliation between victims of the Nazis and a Nazi soldier has no place in a world where Nazi propaganda and fascism is once again on the rise. Regardless of the good intentions at the heart of the movie and at the heart of the filmmakers, we need not demonstrate compassion or acceptance for people who fight on the side of Nazi ideology no matter how much they claim that they did so against their will.
  • Nancy D
    Published about a year ago
    The 10 Best Soccer Movies

    The 10 Best Soccer Movies

    Love soccer films? Me too! That's why I did my best include a variety of soccer films that show different aspects of the sport. A few of the films here are in tribute to some of the top players in history. This includes Pele AKA Edson Arantes Do Nascimento, who is known for scoring six goals in the 1958 World Cup. Zinedine Zidane, nicknamed "Zizou," is known for being 'one of the greatest players of all time' and way too many accomplishments to put into one sentence. David Becham, who is considered one of the greatest midfielders of all time... and is also still pretty damn good looking these days. I made sure to include a couple of movies following a strong female lead in order to be as inclusive as possible. After all, everyone can love soccer!
  • Blake O'Connor
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Soccer Movies Based on True Stories

    Best Soccer Movies Based on True Stories

    WARNING! This list does not contain the best fictional soccer movie ever made, Shaolin Soccer. However, this list does contain the greatest soccer movies based on true stories ever to grace the big screen. From Michael Caine helping a team of prisoners of war against a German team during WWII to the infamous 1958 Munich air disaster—this list can perform at Stoke on a cold rainy night.
Premier League
  • Jhosh Dooley
    Published 15 days ago
    Scottish Football players

    Scottish Football players

    Is Scottish players getting over looked in the premier league. There has been 6 Scottish players that have previously won the premier league one currently playing.The amount of talent that has came through Scotland in the 60s,70s and 80s. Andrew Robertson once a celtic youth before getting released, made his break through season at Queens Park before his move to Dundee United. At his first season at Dundee United He received the Scottish young player of the year award. Due to his success Andy got his move to Hull for 2.85 million. Andy done wonders for Hull which help get a dream move to English giant’s Liverpool for 8 million pounds. In Andys first game for the reds he was an instant fans favourite with a man of the match performance against Crystal Palace on his debut. Since then Andy has became a success as he has won a premier league, champions league, UEFA Super cup and also a club World Cup to add to his success. Kieran Tierney is loved by both celtic and arsenal fans as he plays like a warrior. A tough no nonsense left back or centre back who give 100% every game. Tierney came through the youth ranks at celtic as he signed when he was 7. Tierney became a fan favourite as he grew up being a celtic fan. With his time at celtic he became part of the invincible team that went on a 47 unbeaten run of games. He also won 3 back to back young player of the years in the Scottish league and also a celtic goal of the season award for a long range stunner against Kilmarnock. Tierney then signed for Arsenal becoming Scotland’s dearest ever player as well as the Scottish leagues dearest ever signing for 25 million. Tierney has won 10 major trophies already in a short career 2 being with arsenal, the FA Cup and the community shield. Another exciting Scottish player to watch in the premier league is Ryan Fraser. Originally starting the Aberdeen Fraser gained two back to back player of the month awards in the Scottish league. This then got him his move down south to AFC Bournemouth where he was for 7 years. In this time Fraser gained two promotions into the premier league. In the 2018-19 season was his best to date as he ended the campaign with 14 assists and 7 goals which sparked transfer rumours with Arsenal. He also picked up Bournemouth’s supporters player of the year as well as players player of the year. This has now gained him a move to Newcastle in 2020.John McGinn has been an inspiration since joining Aston Villa. However he started his career at St Mirren and in his time there he won the league cup while being the underdogs. John the youngest of 3 footballing brothers have all had a time when playing with St Mirren in their career.He then signed for Hibernian and progressed into one of the main players. He won the Scottish cup with hibs and also the Scottish championship. In his time at Scotland he also won Scottish championship player of the year 2016-17. This got him his move down south to villa where he win promotion to the premier league by winning the play offs with Aston Villa. As well as that he won Aston Villa’s player of the year award in the 2018-19 season. He has also won SFWA international player of the year in 2019-20. This is just a handful of Scottish talent however there is many more such as Billy Gilmour, Stuart Armstrong and John Fleck being vital stars for there team or future stars in the making.
  • Ted Prezelski
    Published 2 months ago
    Four goals and a beat down

    Four goals and a beat down

    The word “premier” in soccer means very different things in different places. In England, it’s the top flight of soccer. In the US, the word usually gets attached to amateur leagues. And by amateur, I mean both the quality of play and the way they are run. You’d think the English would sue over the damage to their reputation.
  • Roy Skillen
    Published 4 months ago
    Is The Premier League Bubble About To Burst?

    Is The Premier League Bubble About To Burst?

    Football finances have always been a little edgy. Clubs often live season to season on massive amounts of debt with their long term future in the hands of the footballing gods. It may seem like a crazy notion when you think of how much money the sport generates each year through sponsorships and astronomical TV deals. Unfortunately with every extra dollar that hits the Premier League coffers, there are always a hundred more ways to spend it, with the ever rising cost of players and their wages topping that list. Even the so called mega clubs like Manchester Utd, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham are financed through massive debt structures that on paper seem ludicrous. Everybody knows that Chelsea for instance are financed by Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovich. Since the world oil tycoon took over at Stamford Bridge the club has achieved much envied success with Premier League titles and a Champions League trophy to boot. But, even with these trophies in the bag and a growing world wide brand reports from the likes of forbes.com and English newspaper, The Times, Chelsea still owe their owner a whopping 1.13 billion GBP. This is money that Abramovich has personally put in to the club through loans and an amount that the club will be paying back in instalments, with interest. Of course Chelsea are not the only club run this way. Manchester City are set up in a similar fashion with super rich owners putting their own money on the line to achieve success, while the likes of Tottenham and Manchester Utd are run with debt from the banking institutes.
Product Review
  • Bazooka Teaches
    Published 11 months ago
    My Experience as A Knockerball USA Affiliate

    My Experience as A Knockerball USA Affiliate

    My experience with Knockerball USA as an affiliate was not very good. Yes, the idea of making the business of bubble soccer flourish sounds quite fun. However, the idea is not as ideal as the company sells it to be. It is a low budget business, as far as starting it, but it will drain your pockets if the person does not get on it right away.
  • om parkash
    Published about a year ago
    Buying Guide for Best Kids Soccer Cleats in 2019

    Buying Guide for Best Kids Soccer Cleats in 2019

    If you are trying to look for the best soccer cleats for kids for the next soccer season, you may be in the right place. It can be a minefield, and if you’re not careful, you can end up spending a whole day trying to discover what you want for your kid. Do not worry because we are here to tell you which cleats to buy and why they stand out in the market. As we all know, soccer cleats not only help improve performance on the ground but also provide the necessary protection. What do FG and SG mean? What kind of materials should I buy? These and many others are some questions that come to mind.
  • om parkash
    Published about a year ago
    Buying Guide for Women Soccer Cleats in 2019

    Buying Guide for Women Soccer Cleats in 2019

    If you are young or old, a new player in the game or an experienced professional, everyone will need help in choosing new cleats from time to time. There are many options on the market now, and it’s not really easy to make a decision. The only way to choose the best cleat is by looking at the buying guide for women soccer cleats.
Records
  • DE Brown
    Published 2 days ago
    Most Recognized Sports Logos

    Most Recognized Sports Logos

    At the heart of every good sports brand is the logo, which presents an attractive visual symbol that fans can instantly recognise regardless of where it is used.
  • Jus L'amore
    Published about a year ago
    The Best in the World! 10 Records Broken by the US Women's Soccer Team

    The Best in the World! 10 Records Broken by the US Women's Soccer Team

    Despite months having passed since the US Women's Soccer Team dominated and won the 2019 World Cup, fans across the world are still rejoicing in the kick-ass victory. What started for us in France at the opening match on June 11, the women of America were pit against Thailand, and utterly crushed them with a final score of 13-0. It was then that viewers, fans, and everyone else in the world witnessed the strength, talent, and determination that the US was bringing to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. Not to mention, it was during this game; led by Carli Lloyd, Becky Sauerbrunn, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, and Carli Lloyd (who you might remember from one of the most memorable Women's World Cup moments of all time; where the first of many world records were broken. From most goals scored in a single game to having the most World Cup Series won, every game brought us a moment to remember. So, why not recap? Here are the most recognizable records broken by the US Women's Soccer Team from the opening of the tournament to the final match.
  • Jesse Kinney
    Published 3 years ago
    Richest Female Soccer Players

    Richest Female Soccer Players

    There is always a lot of debate surrounding sport. None more than the most popular sport in the world, soccer. The most common debates involve questions like: who arethe best players in the world? Who are the fastest players in the world? What are the best teams in the world? One aspect that is not up for debate however, is the richest members of the soccer world. That is in black and white. Each player takes home a sum of money from their team, sponsors, endorsements, etc. Some of these players are more fortunate than others and earn enough to be considered the richest female soccer players in the world.
World Cup
  • Atica Sport Channel
    Published 5 months ago
    About The Young Super Star 2020

    About The Young Super Star 2020

    Sergio Ramos García ( born 30 March 1986) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for and captains both Real Madrid and the Spanish national team as a centre back. He has also played as a right back earlier in his career. Ramos is widely regarded as one of the best defenders of his generation, and has also received praise for his passing and goal scoring capabilities.
  • Hayden Fisher
    Published about a year ago
    Pride of the Country: USWNT

    Pride of the Country: USWNT

    The United States Women's National Team is coming into the 2019 FIFA World Cup as the defending champions from four years ago, and the clear favorites to hoist the cup again this year. The main leadership of this team is all returning with even more experience than last time. With the spotlight focused on them, now more than ever, will they be able to secure what they believe is rightfully theirs.
  • Reigning Women
    Published 2 years ago
    U.S. Women's Soccer Team Documents Equal Pay Struggles In New Book | Reigning Women

    U.S. Women's Soccer Team Documents Equal Pay Struggles In New Book | Reigning Women

    You know the team, you know the story, you even know their names. Names like Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan are no foreigners to the American household.