Soccer is a sport on the rise here in the US. The Men’s National Team’s victory over Mexico weeks ago in the CONCACAF Nations League Final was one of the most-watched events on television that week, beating out numerous NBA and NHL playoff games. Continue Reading →
Today, the New York City Soccer Initiative (NYCSI) partners—the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, NYC Parks, New York City Football Club (NYCFC), Continue Reading →
With a new matchday coming for most Leagues around Europe, we prepared some predictions and betting tips for those who wish to place their wagers on the competitions but don’t exactly know how to make analyses of the matches. Continue Reading →
As we cannot go and watch football live, a lot of us have spent time reliving football memories. Continue Reading →
As popular as football is, with the highest fan base and broadcasting presence worldwide, some people still debate its superiority. Continue Reading →
With soccer growing more and more every year in Harlem, it was news when Gerhard Struber left his two year deal with Barnsley in order to join the Red Bulls as head coach earlier this month. Continue Reading →
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