There is not a country in the world that does not have a dark side to its history. Call it human nature, but the huge strides made by the human race in the past few centuries are rivaled only by its tragic missteps.
Soccer in the United States is exemplified best by one word: transition. If there really is World Cup winning glory in the future of the United States Men’s National Team, then the current era must be considered its awkward years. U.S. Soccer is getting there, but it is often painfully clear that, as far as the country has come, it has so much further to go.
Ronaldinho kicked balls at people's heads as they tried to run across his pool.
Ronaldinho signed a fan's jersey on the field and then scored an amazing free kick.
Liga MX is one of the most popular leagues in the world, only more so as the popularity of soccer rises around the world. But what do you do if you are suspicious your friends have only started to follow a Liga MX team in the name of glory hunting, or simply as a flavor-of-the-week? Well, you read this list, that’s what.
1. Saying, “Odiame Mas,” either makes them your best friend or worst enemy.
Back in May, we reported about CONMEBOL and CONCACAF creating a special tournament that will bring Copa America – and some of the best players in the world – to the United States.
Well, it's officially happening. The two governing bodies and FIFA announced Friday that the FIFA executive committee has voted in favor and officially added the Centennial Cup to the FIFA events calendar.
Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez was recently called up to the Mexican National Team for their upcoming October friendlies against Honduras and Panama.
Ronaldinho doesn't have "it" anymore. Can he ever get "it" back?
Cuauhtemoc Blanco is a soccer genius, only no one knows.
Here at The18, we believe in the sanctity of competition. So, when we look back on Saturday night’s demolition of Mexico by the USWNT, we are a little betrayed. Stoked for the USWNT, but betrayed nonetheless. That was not a game, it was an embarrassment.