We all know how thrilling and nerve wracking soccer matches are—especially when your favorite team goes head to head with your most hated team. Serious things can really go down. Either watching it live or through the television, you'll acquire the same feelings all throughout the game. Rage, joy, or even anxiety, soccer comes with so many mixed emotions, the sport is basically playing with everyone's heart. Yes, it's that serious. If you're not a fan of soccer, there's no way you can understand.
Basketball is pretty up there among the best sports in the world. As simple as the game is, it's much more complex than you think. Since there's so many rules and regulations within the game, that's what usually throws people off. Either watching or actually playing, basketball can get really frustrating. Not to mention that so many players start fights right in the midst of a game, and it turns into just one big mess. No surprise here.
Anyone who grew up playing soccer knows that there are a plenty of struggles when it comes to playing any sport, let alone one that involves a ton of running, weird tan lines, and suicide drills. But to combat this all, it also provides a built-in family.
Baseball is an old school sport that it started way back in America around the 1800s. The sport basically consists of two teams, a ball, a bat, and gloves. Yes, there is other equipment and gear other than those three, and this just goes to show that you need a lot to play baseball. Unfortunately, right? What sport can possibly consist of less equipment? Oh, I know—soccer! Only the best sport ever, because in order to actually play soccer, you need a ball... that's it. Hell yeah, that's it, because soccer is all about physical strength and skills, something that a sport is all about.
There's something magical about coaching young kids in a soccer team—kids who want to be the next Mia Hamm or Beckham. Soccer is a beautiful game, and when you're the one teaching kids the principles of that game, it's hard not to feel a bit honored.
Known as both soccer and football, soccer is an amazing, international sport that's loved by millions of adoring fans. As unique as this sport is, it comes with colorful and friendly fans, skillful players, and fair games that make it difficult not to love. Not to mention that soccer is an exciting game to watch both on the television and live in a giant stadium.
Ever since She's the Man, the world has started to take notice of girls who want to be taken seriously as soccer athletes. The truth is that women's soccer just doesn't get the same amount of attention and respect that regular old men's soccer does—and it can be very disheartening to be a girl in the game as a result.
2017 is coming to an end and with Boxing Day having just passed, it's time to look back on the year that was. In a year full of World Cup qualifiers and fantastic plays and moments throughout the year, here are the best soccer moments of 2017.
Growing up, my first memories of Spanish football and La Liga were in the 1996-97 season at the tender age of six years old, with my brother, watching the original Ronaldo wearing the ‘Blaugrana’ of Barcelona as he tore through defences at will.
It takes an incredible amount of skill to score some of the best penalty kicks in soccer history. As some of the most exciting and nail-biting moments in soccer matches, spot kicks are a rare treasure to fans. Depending on both the talents of the penalty taker and the goalie, the chances of 50/50.
Each Atletico Madrid vs FC Barcelona match is nothing close to boring. With fans on the edge of their seats, and some of the most intense energy in the stadium, we have narrowed down some of Barcelona's greatest La Liga memories.
As an ink filled needle pricked in to his ribs, Jamie Vardy had one thought on his mind and no, it wasn’t the tattoo. The news had got out around the country that Jamie Vardy was having a party that night.