Bruce Arena thinks 2026 will be when we "start talking about winning a World Cup." U.S. Soccer has been talking about winning a World Cup since 1998.
Nice of the United States to invite Canada and Mexico, I guess.
You could say it's the oldest trick in the book, but it doesn't really get old. That was delightful.
With the announcement last month that the tournament would expand to an extremely large 48 teams, it seems the countries wanted to show they could handle the bandwidth.
It's not like he needed to put that much mustard on. But this is Der Klassiker. Shit has to be that extra spicy, stone-ground type shit.
This is the new standard, and we won't accept your chump single-bicycle kick goals from here on out.
Schweinsteiger sent out a clear warning: an uncaged Schweinsteiger is a threat enough.
Somehow people keep messing up statues of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Icelandic Couples Made Thunder (Thigh) Clap After Beating England in Soccer Nine Months Ago, Now There Are Babies
According to a doctor in Iceland's largest hospital, they set a record for maternity epidurals 9 months after stunning England in the Euros.
FIFA handed Messi a four-match suspension for his comments to an assistant ref during Argentina's World Cup qualifier against Chile last week.