Just when you thought Real Madrid couldn’t get any better, they sign Falcao.
Moti, a soccer defender, was forced to play goalie during his team’s Champions League game…he saved two penalties.
Mario Balotelli is heading back to the English Premiere League after Liverpool struck a transfer deal with A.C. Milan for the Italian striker.
The soccer legend has said that 2014 season will be his last in soccer.
The controversial VP of FIFA was 82.
Raimundo Tevez, the father of Argentine soccer God, Carlos Tevez, was kidnapped in Moron, Argentina, on July 29.
Maccabi Haifa’s players were attacked by rampaging Pro-Palestine fans during a “friendly” game against Lille of France in Switzerland.
Sweeney and Alder were en route to New Zealand to watch their beloved Newcastle United play in a pre-season tour.
Mike Magee definitely has a second career waiting for him when he quits soccer. This Ferris Bueller’s Day Off parody is priceless.
World Cup 2014 may just have ended, but it’s already time to look forward to the 2018 tournament in Russia, where soccer plays you.
Germany’s Mario Gotze scored the first goal of the game for Germany in the 112th minute of the World Cup final against Argentina to put them up 1-0.
Pablo Zabaleta is a starting midfielder for Argentina and contributed to their extraordinary run to the World Cup final.
Soccer never looked so good.
Germany’s Christoph Kramer took a hard hit to the face by Argentina’s Eziquiel Garay in the first 31 minutes of the World Cup final.
Germany’s young substitute Christoph Kramer was in for Sami Khedira when he got elbowed in the head and taken off in the first 31 minutes of the final game.