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How The World Cup Works: A Guide For Everyone (Qatar 2022)

The FIFA men’s World Cup is the most popular tournament for the world’s most popular game. The 22nd edition kicks off in Doha, Qatar, on Nov. 20, 2022. You know it’s a big deal, but do you know how the World Cup works?

Team USA’s Olympic men’s soccer team won’t feature stars like Christian Pulisic, here’s why

If you’re a casual American soccer fan then you might be asking yourself, “Why is Pulisic not playing in Olympics? Where are the star players?”

This article is here to help. The 2024 Olympics will see some big-name countries like France, Argentina, Spain and the United States competing for gold. There will be a twist however as the recognizable names like Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Christian Pulisic won’t be playing.

Why is Pulisic not playing in Olympics along with other big names?

What does the USMNT need to qualify for Copa América knockout rounds? Here are all the scenarios

The U.S. men’s national team is in need of that signature win under Gregg Berhalter.

Thursday’s 2-1 loss against Panama in the second match day of the 2024 Copa América has put the USMNT into hot waters, leaving the national team’s hopes of qualifying to the next round in the dark.

USMNT announce three fall friendlies against lackluster opponents

The United States men’s national team announced three friendly matches and opponents for the Fall 2024 international window and fans weren’t thrilled. The upcoming USMNT fall friendlies will see the Americans host Canada, New Zealand and Panama.

USMNT fall friendlies

Here is every MLS player participating in the 2024 Copa América

The Copa América will have a taste of MLS this summer.

MLS is slowly, but surely becoming one of the most competitive leagues in North and South America, with players representing the league at some of the highest levels of play in the world.

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USL Super League announces it will stream all games of new U.S. women’s league on Peacock

The USL Super League is set to begin on Aug. 17 and announced on Thursday that all the inaugural season — 115 games including the playoffs — will be streamed on Peacock. The multi-year agreement is part of a larger deal between NBCUniversal and USL which will see other leagues like USL League Two on the men’s side find a streaming home.

Thursday’s media deal announcement is another key steppingstone as the new professional women’s league rapidly approaches its maiden season.

USL Super League Peacock announcement

Club América and Chivas to play official Liga MX match in the United States

This could be the start of something new for Liga MX fans in the states. It has never been done before.

Official Liga MX match between América and Chivas to be played in the United States

Liga MX matches

Club América are set to play an official Liga MX match in the United States, against none other than rivals Chivas in the Clásico Nacional.

EURO 2024 soccer tournament explained for beginners: Format, favorites and more

If you’re newer to the world of soccer and are looking for a Euro soccer tournament explained piece, then you’ve come to the right place.

You might be out in a bar or restaurant this summer and notice plenty of attention for the big soccer tournament taking place in Europe. This is the European Championship or Euro 2024 for short. 

In this article we will explain.

Road to the pros: Femi Awodesu shares his journey and recipe to make jump from college to pros

The jump from college soccer to the professional level is a steep challenge few players are capable of surmounting. 23-year-old aspiring defensive talent Femi Awodesu is a prime example of a determined player looking to rise his way to the top.

Awodesu is a star defender from Philadelphia who excelled in his four years at Penn State. He dominated in his final seasons in 2022 and 2023 being named the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year and one of the best in the college landscape.

Clubs With The Most Champions League Final Losses

Is it better to have loved and lost than never loved at all? That’s the question for these clubs, which sadly have the records for most Champions League final losses.

Would it have been better to be knocked out in the quarterfinals and save the agony of losing to a rival in the final? Was the journey worth the heartbreak of losing a 3-0 halftime lead in Istanbul? Should Benfica have paid its manager a little more in the 1960s?