The 2022-23 Premier League Ball Is A Celebration Of The League’s History

We officially have the design for the 2022-23 Premier League ball. Nike on Thursday released its latest version of the Nike Flight ball, which will be put in use for the upcoming season. The design is a throwback to the league's inaugural year in 1992, and it looks sleek

All 2026 World Cup Stadiums In U.S., Mexico And Canada

From Mexico City to Vancouver, Los Angeles to New York, the men’s 2026 World Cup co-hosted by the United States, Mexico and Canada will be one of the greatest spectacles in the history of sport. It’s never too early to start looking ahead to the next World Cup, especially when it will be held in our backyard. Here’s a preview of all 2026 World Cup stadiums.

Con Laptop En Mano, Miguel Herrera Le Hace VAR Al VAR Tras Derrota De Tigres

Necaxa dio uno de los grandes golpes de la Jornada 15 de la Liga MX al derribar a Tigres, uno de los líderes del torneo, en el Estadio Victoria.

El triunfo 2-0 de los Rayos, como uno podrá imaginar, no tenía muy contento al DT felino, Miguel Herrera, quien ventiló todas sus frustraciones en la conferencia de prensa. El enojo particular del Piojo se centró en el primer gol del Necaxa, el cual – según él – debió ser anulado por el VAR ante una supuesta posición fuera de juego del delantero hidrocálido Rodrigo Aguirre.

After Years In The Making, Nike Finally Releases Air Zoom Ultra Soccer Cleats

The long-awaited Nike Air Zoom Ultra soccer cleats finally have a scheduled release date of March 21, but you'll have to act quickly as only 1,000 pairs of the limited-edition boot have been produced.

The final Mercurial Air Zoom Ultra SE product resembles the current-gen Mercurial boots, but the aesthetic has shifted to a white-and-black upper with some beautiful iridescent detailing and the Air Zoom logo on the heel.

Concacaf Will Keep Concacafing It, But Now With VAR Available In World Cup Qualifiers

Justice is coming to Concacaf. Finally. After several months in the Dark Ages, the soccer bosses of the continent are prepared to deploy VAR in the final stages of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

Yes, you can roll your eyes. And yes, you know what this means: Concacaf will keep concacafing it, but now with the mighty assistance of technology. What a time to be alive!

FIFA Approves Semi-Automated Offside Technology Trial; Here’s How It Works

World soccer's governing body FIFA will test its semi-automated offside technology at the Arab Cup 2021 which begins in Qatar on Tuesday, with Chief Refereeing Officer Pierluigi Collina saying the competition represented its most important trial so far.

The technology is based on limb tracking and provides the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) with information before the on-field official takes a final call.

Brazil-Argentina Referees Indefinitely Suspended For 'Serious And Manifest Errors’

The referee and the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) who officiated in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina have been suspended for "serious errors,” the South American soccer governing body CONMEBOL said.

An incident in the goalless draw where Argentine defender Nicolás Otamendi appeared to elbow Raphinha — which left the Brazilian winger with a bloody mouth — went unpunished and CONMEBOL said the use of his arm amounted to "violent conduct.”