Despite decades of strong results in both types of football, Washington state doesn’t always get adequately recognized, exemplified by the NFL now selling commemorative license plates with Washington DC’s NFL team logo.
LAFC is continuing its marketing push in the LA community, announcing a variety of ’NFL-type’ amenities for their upcoming stadium. This will include an elevated matchday experience with a Safe Standing Supporters' Section.
Matt Doyle takes a look at the storylines coming out of week 17, including San Jose’s managerial transition and Chicago and Toronto’s torrid pace through the Eastern Conference.
Fox Sports is continuing to look for their footing in the sports media landscape, and -with a video-only front page - their pivot away from written content is clear.
Calling a soccer match a friendly can often seem like an oxymoron, but the fans of Club America and Pumas took it to another level with a brawl during halftime of a charity match.
FIFA’s efforts to
hide cover up supress stem the reports around its in corruption are failing, with a German publication now sharing previously suppressed details related to the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids.
This comes in the midst of their ethics committee ruling (much to the chagrin of many officials) that FIFA’s voting integrity remains intact, despite potential ethics violations being present.
El Hadji Diouf has previously leveled criticism at his former Liverpool teammate Steven Gerrard, but is now targeting his international legacy, beyond club.
Mexico’s injury issues at the Confederations Cup aren’t getting any easier, with Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez now training for the semifinals away from his teammates, due to muscle fatigue.
With the Manchester United captain’s band up for grabs, Paul Pogba presents an intriguing argument for the captaincy.