Nothing can stop the digital transformation, not even professional soccer. Even if you think that the game of soccer will stand as the last bastion against the storms of the digital transformation, the typical professional club, as the germination cell […]
PSG star Kylian Mbapee has been named the Golden Boy of the year, Italian newspaper Tuttosport confirmed on Monday. Mbappe won the award ahead of the likes of Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus, Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele, Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and AC Milan’s Gianluigi […]
Hertha played against Schalke at their home Olympiastadion in Berlin, but before the match started, the Hertha players linked their arms and took a knee in support of national anthem protests that has swept American sports. The players, staff and […]
Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday rewarded the home-based Black Stars team with a cash prize of 100,000 U.S. dollars for annexing the 2017 West African Football Union (WAFU) tournament.
Real Madrid will look to get back to winning ways in front of their fans when they open their defense of the Champions League with a home game against Apoel Nicosia on Wednesday night.
As the 25th Premier League season begins, it is a happy coincidence that it was Arsenal – home to the League’s first and largest official LGBT supporters group – who hosted the opening match.
Football in Australia should be on a high. The Matildas achieved stunning success at the Tournament of Nations, the Socceroos are about to embark on the final stage of qualifying for their fourth World Cup in succession, and data show participation in the sport to be at an all-time high.
Reigning Portuguese champions Benfica have signed highly rated Flamengo forward Daniel dos Anjos, according to the player’s representatives.
Manchester United signing Nemanja Matic and Chelsea buying Tiemoue Bakayoko would be perfect business for all parties.
United now need to agree a fee with Chelsea for the transfer to move forward, according to the Manchester Evening News
Former England and Russia head coach Fabio Capello booked his first win in Chinese professional soccer league when he led Jiangsu Suning to a 1-0 victory over Henan Jianye.
Like a lot of kids the great Martinican/Algerian revolutionary Frantz Fanon loved playing soccer as a youngster. Returning to Martinique in 1945 after fighting in Europe and North Africa in World War II.