A rough and tumble woman on the train in St. Louis once told my cousin that nobody likes a showoff. That lady would have absolutely hated this soccer team in Africa. Watch as the team in blue, Ferroviario,
Fact: Britt McHenry makes ESPN an alright television destination. Fact: Britt McHenry is pleasant on the eyes. Fact: Britt McHenry played college soccer at Stetson University. Fact: You’ll want to watch Miss McHenry juggle this lucky basketball like
University of Detroit goalkeeper Nathan Steinwascher made a rather impressive save in overtime during a game against the University Michigan earlier this week that ended in tie. But the best part of this clip isn’t the save
I know what you’re thinking – didn’t soccer go back to the bed after the World Cup ended. Well, it did, for the most part. But this goal from Gustavo Ramirez of Mineros de Zacatecas four seconds into their
Raise your hand if you have heard of the Homeless World Cup Soccer Tournament before? Neither had I until hearing that Detroit will be represented in New York City this weekend for the North American Street Soccer Team regionals.
The United States Men’s National Team squares off against Belgium, who are ranked No. 11 in the world according to FIFA, Tuesday afternoon at 4PM Eastern time in the World Cup Round of 16. Tuesday morning, Team USA