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Ronaldinho’s Charity Match In Miami Had The Greatest Lineup Ever And The Highlights To Match

While most soccer leagues around the world eschew the idea of an all-star game, celebrity, legends and testimonial matches are one of the coolest aspects of the world’s game. I’m not sure we’ve ever seen a lineup as star-studded as the Roberto Carlos and Ronaldinho Miami friendly on Saturday. 

Denver Not Selected For 2026 World Cup, And It's Unclear If FIFA Ever Knew The City's Exact Location

The host cities for the 2026 World Cup in Canada, United States and Mexico were chosen on Thursday. A total of 16 cities were selected to be hosts from a field of 22 potential candidates. The 2026 World Cup host cities are as follows.

2026 World Cup Host Cities

Aussie Keeper Caught On Video Throwing Peru Goalie’s Water Bottle With PK Cheat Sheet Into Stands

Australia’s backup goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne made himself a legend on Monday with his bizarre antics during a penalty shootout against Peru to send his country to the World Cup. We’ve now learned that he’s not crazy after a Redmayne water bottle incident with Peru’s goalkeeper was caught on camera.

Redmayne isn’t some bearded goof; he’s a cold and calculated evil villain. Every good story needs a villain.

Hulk Smashes 70 MPH Free Kick Off The Post Like Only He Can

Despite turning 36 at the end of July, Brazilian legend Hulk still packs as much power as ever, particularly in his concussive left foot.

Although the nation of Brazil is free of weapons of mass destruction, it still possesses the key technologies needed to produce nuclear weapons — the science is all stored in Hulk's left.

Last-Second Jersey Delivery By Way Of Moped Allows Match In Brazil To Proceed

On Tuesday night in Brazil's second division, ninth-place Náutico was scheduled to host Vasco da Gama in Recife with kickoff set for 6:00 p.m. ET.

But 13 minutes past the scheduled hour, Náutico had still not emerged from its dressing room while Vasco da Gama and the referees had already taken the pitch.

Giant Sinkhole At Austria-Denmark Match Is A Bit Concerning

There's no time like the present to increase your audience by splicing together whatever it is your doing with the global Stranger Things: Season 4 phenomenon, and the national teams of Austria and Denmark tapped into that golden content on Monday during a Nations League match at Ernst Happel Stadion in Vienna.

It began with the flickering of lights — goddamn Vecna up in here — and a power outage that delayed kickoff by 90 minutes. Fans tried to illuminate the pitch with cellphones to get the action started, but after that failed they did the wave.

Concacaf Gets Crazy, May Add Greenland As Its Newest Member

Do you like the cold? How about snow days? Did you enjoy games this past year like the Canada-Mexico matchup in Edmonton and the USMNT fixture against Honduras in Saint Paul?

If you cherished the uniqueness of those freezing fixtures as much as I did, you'll love the latest news from Concacaf: Last week, the Football Association of Greenland (KAK) applied to become Concacaf's 42nd member.

Should Concacaf approve Greenland's request, it's an impressive commitment from a federation that has become synonymous with the zany and unpredictable.

Controversial, Soft Penalty Call Gives Hungary First Win Against England In 60 Years

BUDAPEST — A second-half penalty from Dominik Szoboszlai earned Hungary a shock 1-0 win over England in the Nations League on Saturday - their first victory against Gareth Southgate's side in 60 years.

The hosts kept coming and made their pressure count as Szoboszlai converted from the penalty spot in the 66th minute after Zsolt Nagy was fouled by Chelsea defender Reece James - a decision which incensed the England players.

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