The Belgium-based Facebook invite has 26,000 people "interested" in the Belgium vs. Brazil-based event. People gonna get fucked up.
There have long been stereotypes that some cultures are OK with diving and other more controversial bits of gamesmanship, but that may not actually be the case.
After a dramatic 6-5 win over PSG in Champions League action, Neymar trolled PSG's Adrien Rabiot on Instagram.
Barca scored three goals in the final two minutes plus stoppage time to make it happen.
It seems that not a week goes by without an argument over a footballer’s ‘world class’ status. Here, we call out that frame of reference for being completely fucking pointless.
It's the kind of story that takes you out of the context of the sport, and, in the words of former Chapecoense player Gabriel, makes you want to not "leave for tomorrow what you can do today."
Don't be surprised if you discover soon that Valencia fans have been penalized for the incident.
This has got to be a joke. For Neymar's sake, for our sake. Please.
Brazil's 19-year-old Gabriel Jesus put on a show against Ecuador last night.
Our writer watched the men's soccer gold medal match in a neighborhood in Rio, where three older women talked to him about Brazilian pride, love and life.